A permit is required any time you want to add to your existing driveway, change or alter the approach. The approach is the portion of the driveway located at the street that crosses the utility easement, usually the first 10 feet of your driveway.
Commercial Driveway Alterations or Approaches may required a site plan amendment. Please contact: email@example.com for more info regarding Commercial Driveway Approaches.
Please apply online for a driveway permit at www.mygovernmentonline.org with the following information merged into a single PDF file:
- A plot plan complete with all structures, building lines, and public utility (PUE) and drainage easements (DE) shown
- An indication on the plot plan of what the proposed changes or additions are
- A drawing or “detail” of steel reinforcement
- Click here for the Approach Construction Requirements.
Once the application and all required documentation is accepted, the City Engineer will review the proposed driveway. Please allow up to ten to fifteen business days for review.
The following inspections must be performed:
- Pre-pour Inspection – This inspection must be done before concrete is poured at the site, to ensure all Approach Construction Requirements are met.
- Final Inspection – This inspection verifies that the project has been completed properly.
All driveways must comply with the City of Georgetown Subdivision Regulations with regard to the number and location of curb cuts on various street designations and the location of drives within building setback areas. In some instances driveways may not be allowed as proposed.
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General Permitting Questions:
For any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org