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How Do I?
Contractors and others planning to work in the city right-of-way must:
Apply for a
right-of-way encroachment permit
Be licensed to work in the City of Lafayette. Contact the Building Department to verify
Post a $5,000 street cut bond before the permit can be approved, submitted to the Finance Department
Right-of-way encroachment permits must be approved by the Public Works Department before work can begin.
All construction projects which disturb an acre or more of soil or less than an acre, but are part of a larger common plan of development require:
Building permit. To complete the application for a permit, the applicant must provide:
A copy of the construction certification to discharge issued by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment
A grading and erosion control plan
A narrative description of the Storm Water Management Plan for the project;
Cash escrow or an LOC for 125% of the cost to comply with this plan.
Grading and erosion control permit
from the City of Lafayette
A signed permit will be issued upon the City's approval of your application.
Need to schedule a locate? Call 8-1-1.
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