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An Access Permit will be required if all of the determining criteria has been established. This criteria includes if the structure is a carport, is larger than 200 square feet, has an opening of 8-feet or more, has a width of 10-feet or more, and a length of 16-feet or more.
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An access permit is required when a driveway is constructed to connect private property to a public roadway. The work shall be performed by a licensed and insured contractor. More information can be found at: https://www.pueblowestmetro.com/200/Commercial-Residential-Roadway-Access-Pe
An Access Permit can be obtained at the following link: Access Permit
A ROW Use Permit is required when working in public right-of-way. The work shall be performed by a licensed and insured contractor. More information can be found at: https://www.pueblowestmetro.com/201/Right-of-Way-Use-Permits
A Right-of-Way Permit can be obtained at the following link: Right-of-Way Permit
The Contractor is required to be licensed and insured to obtain an Access Permit or Right-of-way Use Permit.
If you need to schedule an inspection for permitted work please call our Engineering Administrative Assistant at 719-547-9801 or contact us at the following email@example.com.
The development process can be found at the following link: https://www.pueblowestmetro.com/513/Application-Process
You may report a drainage problem by utilizing the "My Pueblo West" smart phone application or online tool, by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, or by calling 719/547-9801.