CONTRACTORS: ENGINEERING PERMITS REQUIRED FOR ALL WORK IN THE CITY RIGHT-OF-WAY!
|Engineering Permits are required for all excavation, paving or other improvements being performed in the City Right-of-Way. They are also required on large developments, and on all city-owned properties.|
Work in the City-Right-of-Way being performed WITHOUT an Engineering Permit is subject to a fine.
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Important Information for Contractors:
All work within the City Right-of-Way requires inspections throughout the process of the job. For this reason, it is crucial that the contractor maintain good communication with the inspector from the time the permit is issued until the final inspection has been passed.
The primary purpose of our inspectors is to promote jobsite safety for both the contractors and the public, protect city infrastructure, as well as ensure quality workmanship and materials going into our utility pipelines, our sidewalks, gutters and streets.
"Do it Right, Do it Once"
Work is inspected according to Ogden City's Engineering Standards for Public Improvements, which meets and occasionally exceeds APWA Standards Specifications. By focusing on the quality of work and materials, we are able to reduce the need to redo the job or repair substandard work in the future.
For more information on Inspections in the City Right-of-Way, please visit the Engineering Inspections page.