Engineering Permits

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Civil Engineering Permit

This permit authorizes work in the City's Right-of-Way meaning all real property owned or held by the city in fee, or by way of easement, or dedicated to the public and located within the city, and used or intended for use as a street, alley, sidewalk, public way or easement for public or private utilities, whether developed or undeveloped. (KMC 12.14.030)

Civil Engineering Permit Application

Civil Engineering Permit Application - PDF

Civil Engineering Permit Application - PDF Form

Stormwater Requirements

Stormwater Thresholds Handout

Full
Abbreviated

*Grading Permit Worksheet (to determine land disturbing project requirements)

What are the costs that could be associated with a Civil Engineering permit?

Master Fee Schedule

Construction of Public Improvements Procedure for Permit Projects by Private Contract

Where public improvements are to be constructed within public right-of-way (including public easements), the Owner/Developer may elect to construct the public improvements by public contract (City) or by private contract. Whenever the Owner/Developer wishes to have the costs for public improvements assessed to the benefited property via an LID/ULID, the projects will be administered by the City and the improvements will be constructed by City Contract. (KMC 12.10)

 

Questions?

If you have any questions regarding Right-of-Way permits please contact our Engineering Department anytime Monday - Friday 9:00 am - 5:00 pm by calling (360) 423-6590 or by email:  engineering@kelso.gov