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Policies and procedures regarding the temporary use of the public right-of-way of the 16th Street Pedestrian Mall
Handbills are illegal in the City & County of Denver
It is unlawful to post, paint or attach, or to directly or indirectly cause to be posted, painted or attached in any manner, any handbill, poster, advertisement or notice of any kind upon public property except by permission of the manager of public works pursuant to established rules and regulations, or on private property except by permission of the owner or authorized agent of the owner of such property.
Block Party permits are issued to residents only, for residential street/alley closures; all other closures are issued permits by Denver DOTI as Special Events. See application requirements
All CONTAINERS — Dumpsters, Roll-offs and other Containers — require a permit.
Arterial & Collector/Residential One-Time Permits
See requirements, application and Billing Information
Right of Way (ROW) is public property specifically dedicated as public thoroughfare and includes streets, alleys, sidewalks. When there is a need to locate privately owned improvements in the ROW, certain conditions must be met. Review the Rules and Regulations for Encroachments in the Public Right of Way (PDF).
Applying for an Enroachment in the Public Right of Way also requires completion of a Street Occupancy Request Form; see more details about Street Occupancy permitting.
Information on the requirements for issuing a permit & placement of these items on the City of Denver right-of-way.
Submittal requirements for applications to the Colorado Public Utilities Commission (PUC) for modification/creation of crossings to existing rail lines within the City and County of Denver.
Events that occupy public streets including parking lanes, bike lanes, alleys, sidewalks and tree lawns shall require a Revocable Street Occupancy Permit and/or meter bagging permit. See requirements for Right of Way Special Event Permit Requests
Information on the various permit types and the requirements for street furniture, tables, chairs & railings. Read more....
Street occupancy forms include instructions for submittal and the minimum required processing time.
Effective January 1, 2019 all right-of way street cut, street occupancy and ROW construction permits must be submitted online through E-Permits.
Additional Street Occupancy Information
Handbills are illegal in the City & County of Denver: It is unlawful to post, paint or attach, or to directly or indirectly cause to be posted, painted or attached in any manner, any handbill, poster, advertisement or notice of any kind upon public property except by permission of the manager of public works pursuant to established rules and regulations, or on private property except by permission of the owner or authorized agent of the owner of such property.
The City & County of Denver must be insured for liability whenever the public right-of-way is closed for block parties and similar events. The TULIP insurance is offered as a convenient way to comply with this requirement.
Denver is piloting a Dockless Mobility Permit Program that allows for new amenities at transit and bus stops.
Residential or Area Parking Permits for residents in designated areas
DOTI Document Center: Parking Permits
Requirements for other parking permits, including:
Honorary and Official Street Naming
Street and Alley Vacations
All projects (capital projects & private development) located in the regulatory floodplain are required to obtain a floodplain permit.
Applications and submittals go through the SUDP process and must be submitted electronically. Submission information can be found at the Development Services SUDP page.
Single Family Residence Storm Water Problems
Submittal requirements and instructions for Uninspected Building Sewer Line Connection.
NOTE : It is the intention of the Department of Public Works that all building sewer lines and connections are installed new for new structures, and reuse of existing building sewer lines and connections is highly discouraged. Applicants should understand that very few applications are approved, as it is in the best interest of current and future property owners to install all new facilities. Applicants should understand that the City is in no way obligated to grant these requests
Sewer stub-In permits are requested in special circumstances such as when the contractor needs to install part of a building sewer service and the Sewer Use and Drainage permit for the building has not been issued.