What are the Steps in Applying for an Encroachment Permit?
There are currently six basic steps in obtaining an Encroachment Permit though the City’s Public Works Department. The process begins by submitting an application to the Public Works Department and ends after the one-year warranty period of the installed improvements (if any). Typically the warranty period begins after the Public Works Inspector has signed off the permit and accepted the improvements. The six steps are summarized below:
Special Events Encroachment Permit & Requirements:
All Special Events that will be held on a public facility or that will encroach on public right-of-way (i.e., Parks, City buildings, Sidewalks, or Streets) must obtain an Encroachment Permit from the City. All event holders will be required to sign off on the Encroachment Permit Requirements and Conditions and comply with all Environmental Program Regulations (F.O.G., Stormwater, Water Conservation, Recycling, and Cross-Connection), which are included in the Special Events Application Package (The event holder must also provide adequate liability insurance, and pay the current Encroachment Permit Fee. All Special Events are coordinated through the City’s Recreation Department. For Further information visit www.specialevents.@ci.patterson.ca.us or call (209) 895-8080.
|Type of Service||Current Fee|
|Swimming Pool Installation||$71.31|
|Curb, Gutter, or Sidewalk Replacement||$98.82|
|Excavations, Street cuts, Trenching (Utility Companies)||$71.31|
|Additional Inspections (1 Hour Minimum)||$78.70|