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Supporting Documentation

PWPT-114.0 - ROW Street Cut Street Occupancy

Applicant Resources

  1. Public Works ROW Permit Application - 2016 (MS Excel) – Please complete this form and submit it with your traffic control plan(s).
  2. Parking Meter Requests — Applications to bag meters can now be managed through the Online Meter Bagging Permit System.
  3. Special Event Calendar – This is a calendar of events in Denver's public right-of-way. Check to see if your request may conflict with an event.
  4. Construction Inspector Area Map (PDF; updated June 2017) – Review this map to contact the assigned right-of-way inspector for questions about projects in their area.
  5. PW Standard Details – These are the City and Country of Denver Public Works' current standards and details.
  6. Denver 2014 Approved Concrete Mix Designs (PDF)
    For questions, please contact Dave Potter, 303-446-3421, dave.potter@denvergov.org 
  7. PW Street Moratorium List (PDF; updated July 2017) – This is a list of all roadways that currently have special repair requirements on them.

Traffic Control Plans

City Approved Plans — Links to PDF forms; right-click to download.

For Work in Central Business District (Downtown Denver)

You must attend a bi-weekly meeting and coordinate your closure with other contractors.

Downtown Coordination Meeting Notes (PDF) — weekly list of work currently taking place in Downtown Denver.
(Updated 11-14-18)
The next meeting will be held Wednesday, January 9, 2019.

2018 Downtown Coordination Meeting Schedule (PDF)


Memos, Moratoriums, and Announcements

 
E-PERMITS

Some permits are now available to apply and pay online.

  • Street Occupancy and construction in the right of way
  • Addressing
  • Street Furniture (TCR)
  • Vending Cart

Log in or register now

Register for an account, add your contractor's license, check permit status and pay fees online. Report any issues to pwpermits@denvergov.org

Rules and Regulations

Find  various documents related to right of way rules and regulations including street cuts and standard utility cross sections.


Event Closures

For street/alley closures related to special events (not construction), see the Public Works Special Event Permit Requirements »