Right of Way Permit
Beginning on April 1, 2019, individuals and companies intending to use the public Right of Way (ROW) can apply for a permit by marking the location and describing the project on an interactive, mobile friendly map. A link to the interactive map will replace the form that is currently at the bottom of this page.
Right of Way Use
Any use of the public ROW requires a permit. Some examples that require a ROW permit are:
- Replacement or modifications to driveways;
- Placement of temporary fencing in the right of way;
- Temporary placement of industrial disposal bins and storage containers;
- Parking moving vans or other vehicles in restricted parking areas.
If permit requirements are not adhered to, the City can remove anything deemed hazardous from the ROW and recover the cost from offending parties. Bylaw 7200 enables the enforcement and issuing of fines for non-compliance.
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