Right-of-Way Use Permit
The Right-of-Way Use Permit is a tool to help regulate unauthorized obstructions of, excavations in, and use of the County’s rights-of-way and easements by utilities and line providers by requiring permits for ALL construction activities within the Weld County rights-of-way, whether gravel or paved, and including all public drainage easements. A Right-of-Way Use Permit grants a permit holder permission to occupy, excavate, survey, perform locations, or construct facilities within the County rights-of-way or easement, and provide for the subsequent restoration upon completion.
To view the permit requirements and construction provisions, click the Right-of-Way Use Permit to the right.
For more information, please refer to Weld County Code, Article IV, Sections 12-4-10 through 12-4-90.
Special Transport Permit
When a Special Transport Permit is issued by Weld County, the permit is subject to the conditions described with the understanding that no liability is assumed by Weld County by reason of its issuance. In regards to conditions of roads or capacity of culverts and bridges, the applicant is charged to make necessary examination and inspection as to the adequacy of roads and bridges and to care for traffic movement.
In case of an emergency, an authorized Weld County employee or an authorized agent may suspend the permit until emergency conditions have passed.
Land use, natural resources recovery, general utilities and development have impacts on County roads. This policy recognizes that the efficiency and safety of County roads depends, to a large extent, upon minimizing roadside interference and its detrimental effect upon the movement of traffic. This policy describes the minimum requirements for the design, construction, and maintenance of accesses.
A memorial sign must be requested by the victim’s family or other sponsor with the consent of the victim’s family, utilizing the form set forth in the Weld County Code, Appendix 8-L. Upon submittal of a Roadside Memorial Sign Application with fee to the Weld County Public Works Department, Weld County shall review the application for acceptance.
Call Before You Dig (811)
Knowing where underground utility lines are buried before each digging project begins helps to prevent injury, expense and penalties. The depth of utility lines may vary and multiple utility lines may exist in one area. Simple digging jobs can damage utility lines and can disrupt vital services to an entire neighborhood, harm those who dig and result in expensive fines and repair costs. Marked lines show those who dig the approximate location of underground lines and help prevent undesired consequences.
One easy phone call to 811 quickly begins the process of getting underground utility lines marked. 811 personnel will then notify affected utility companies, who will send crews to mark underground lines for free.
For simple home improvement projects and even on private property, calling 811 will save you time and hassle.
For further information, visit www.call811.com.