An encroachment permit is required for any work to be performed in the public right of way. Examples of work requiring an encroachment permit would include (but are not limited to) trenching in the street for a new utility or repair and/or replacement, replacement of sidewalk, installation of a drain through the curb, and construction or widening of a driveway approach, and dumpsters and/or portable outdoor storage units. On most streets, the public right of way extends approximately 10 feet from the face of curb but vary throughout the City.
For more information on any of these permits and which permits are applicable to any new construction project, please contact the Engineering Services Department at (925) 973-2670, or please utilize the City’s Permit Center to coordinate new project activities with Engineering, Planning, Building, and the San Ramon Valley Fire Protection District at one location.
|Eric Ramos, Engineering Specialistfirstname.lastname@example.org||(925) 973-2698|
|Theresa Peterson, Associate Engineeremail@example.com||(925) 973-2685|
|Rick Hanson, Construction Supervisorfirstname.lastname@example.org||(925) 973-2694|
|Debbie Hince, Office Specialist||(925) 973-2670|