Plan your driveway
During the application process you will need to upload a site drawing showing new or expanded driveway. Include the exact locations and dimensions of all of these features:
- Property lines
- The proposed location of the driveway
- The amount of ground cover (unpaved area) in the yard
Review the requirements
If your driveway permit is approved, all work in the right-of-way, including curb, gutter, driveway approach/apron, and sidewalk must be performed by a City licensed Sidewalk contractor. Sidewalk contractor will be required to obtain a Right-of-Way/Sidewalk permit to work in the right-of-way AFTER your driveway permit has been approved.
If your driveway work will be part of a larger development project requiring a Land Use (LUDS) permit, this Driveway Permit Application is not required. However, any work in the right-of-way will require a Right-of-Way/Sidewalk Permit.
Complete the application
Download, print, and fill out the printed application
Download the Application
Bring your completed application to our office
We accept printed mechanical permit applications by mail or in person. We can't accept emailed or faxed driveway permit applications. If you're a homeowner, visit our office to submit or complete the application. You can find our address in the Contact Us section of this page.
If you're mailing your application, the $22 payment must be by check. If you're submitting in person, you can pay with cash, check, money order or credit/debit (Visa, MasterCard or Discover).
If you can't make it to our office, apply online using Citizen Access.
We'll review your application
Expect to hear from us within 1-2 business days of receipt of a mailed application. We'll email you to confirm receipt of your application. Keep in mind that you might need to revise your application or attachments if we notice any missing or incorrect information.