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If you will be using any part of a public street right-of-way for storing materials (such as large dumpster), parking equipment, or conducting any work.
A public right-of-way is defined as any street, road, highway, sidewalk, or easement that is owned, leased, or controlled by the City.
Private developers, licensed contractors, and utility companies. Residents and HOAs may only apply for dumpster, refuse bin, and temporary moving pod permits.
Yes. Any work on public right-of-way requires an encroachment permit.
You only need to obtain an Encroachment permit if removing the tree requires using any part of a public right-of-way, including the sidewalk, to have the tree removed.
No. An encroachment permit is not required for a moving pod placed on private property.
Yes. An encroachment permit is required for placing a dumpster on a street. An encroachment permit is not required if the container is placed on private property.
No. The City has a franchise agreement with CR&R, therefore, only dumpster containers from CR&R are authorized on public streets.
Encroachment permits can be obtained online by clicking on the link to eTRAKiT.
For additional information, please call (949) 362-4337 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please allow 48 hours to process the payment and issue the Encroachment permit.
A typical Encroachment permit will cost $150.00 per working day. This covers administrative costs of the permit as well as any required inspections.
The placement of a dumpster, refuse bin, or temporary moving pod is $75.00.
Please find a complete list of Encroachment permit fees and any required deposits on the General Fee Schedule for Public Works Encroachment permits.
Yes. Submitting an online application via eTRAKiT is preferred, although in person applications are also accepted at the Public Works Department located on the 2nd floor of City Hall.
Yes. Payments for permit fees are processed online via eTRAKiT. Please note that a credit card service fee of 2.35% will be applied to process payments.
Encroachment permit application reviews may take up to 10 working days. Any requests for an emergency encroachment permit will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis.
The application and all supporting documents:
Once the application and supporting documents are approved by Public Works, fees and/or deposits must be submitted to the Public Works Department via eTRAKiT prior to issuance of the permit.
Upon receipt of the payment for the required fees and/or deposits, the Public Works Department will issue the encroachment permit to the Applicant.
Upon issuance of the approved Encroachment permit, please submit the Inspection Request via eTRAKiT to Public Works at least 48 Hours (2 Working Days) prior to commencing the permitted work.
The City prefers that you submit your inspection requests online via eTRAKIT, however, inspections may also be submitted by phone.