A right-of-way permit is required for all work on public property; for example, repairs to sidewalks, curbs and gutters, driveway aprons, parkways (the area between the sidewalk and the curb), etc.; or to place equipment in the public right-of-way, for example, a crane placed in the street to transport materials to a second story. Minor work such as low-level planting and minor maintenance (e.g., replacing a sprinkler head in the parkway) is excluded. If in doubt as to what constitutes "minor work," please call the Engineering & Project Development Department at (619) 522-7383.
Right-of-way permits can be issued only to contractors licensed by the State of California for the type of work being performed; the license must be current and in good standing. Contractors must have a current City business license (obtainable from the City Clerk's office Get a Business License page) and provide a certificate of insurance with $1,000,000 in general liability coverage. The certificate must list the City of Coronado as an Additional Insured and the Additional Insured Endorsement must be attached to the certificate. (Reference: Coronado Municipal Code 52.10.030.) Click here for a fee schedule.
If you are applying for a right-of-way permit to underground dry utilities (electrical, gas, etc.), please attach a copy of the utility company's right-of-way permit to your City permit application.
If your project will involve digging or excavation, please notify Underground Service Alert (Digalert) at least two working days before starting work. Contact them at www.digalert.org or dial 811.
APPROVED MATERIALS & METHODS
FOR WORK IN
THE CITY OF CORONADO'S PUBLIC RIGHT-OF-WAY
The City of Coronado has adopted the "Greenbook" Standard Specifications for Public Works Construction, 2009 edition; the San Diego Regional Standard Drawings (SDRSD) 2006 Update; and the City-annotated SDRSD Drawings 2007, as the referenced standard specifications and drawings for public works projects.
These criteria are required to be used for all work in the public right-of-way such as sidewalks, curbs and gutters, roads, sewers, storm drains, etc.
Right-of-way permit forms can be filled out online up to the signature section. (A "wet" signature is required.)
San Diego Regional Standard Drawings:
Coronado Annotations to the San Diego Regional Standard Drawings
Elevation Benchmarks. See Standards & Specifications page.
Note: Building permits are issued by the Community Development Department. For information about building permits click here.