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Infrastructure Construction Plans

Last updated Mar. 06, 2017 - 9:26 am

The Infrastructure Construction Plans review process is for applicants who want to install public or private infrastructure improvements associated with a development project. City staff reviews the plans for compliance with the City Code and regulations related to stormwater, public utilities, transportation, fire, urban forestry, planning and zoning.

Prerequisites

  • Approved Preliminary Development Plan (site or subdivision) if applicable.
  • Off-site sewer easements must be recorded through Development Services Department prior to submitting Infrastructure Construction Plans

Approvals or Permits Issued

  • Right-of-way
  • Water and Sewer
  • Driveway

Submittal Requirements

TypeDescription
Required for Submittal
Required for Some Projects

Additional Information

Expected Processing Time

  • Each Blue Line review cycle takes ten business days
  • Each Mylar review cycle takes ten business days
  • Concurrent Review with Final Site Review or Building Review will be ten business days for each cycle

Fees

  • Payment types include cash, MasterCard, Visa or check made payable to the City of Raleigh
  • See Development Fee Schedule for specific fees

Next Steps

Preliminary plat submittal or building permit submittal, whichever is applicable.

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