To extend a residential driveway to the public right-of-way you must first obtain a Right-of-Way Permit for a driveway cut. This requirement applies to property where there is a dwelling or a proposed dwelling.
A Right-of-Way Permit is not needed for a driveway that does not extend to the right-of-way.
Approvals or Permits Issued
- Right-of-Way Permit
Expected Processing Time
- Reviews of driveway cuts are part of the Standard Residential Review for new construction, which takes eight business days
- Reviews of driveway cuts for existing dwellings or parcels typically take one day