How do I obtain an excavation permit to work in the city's right of way?
Excavation or Street Cut permits are available online (see link below) and at the Montrose Public Works building, located on the north side of San Juan Avenue, just east of Townsend Avenue. Applicants will be required to supply specific information about the work that is planned, traffic control measures, scheduling, etc. Street cut permits require a $70 application fee and a charge of $2.00/sq. ft. for asphalt, $0.25/sq. ft. for earth, $2.00/sq. ft. for concrete and $1.00/lineal foot for bores. A $200 deposit is also required prior to issuance of the permit. Call Public Works at 240-1480 for further information. Excavation Permit

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