Developments and Projects over 1 acre require:
DOTI Wastewater Management crews have been supporting Street Maintenance by raising and lowering manholes for their paving operations program. We are requesting that all City and County of Denver Project Managers either in Design or during the submittal process modify the maximum riser height according to the redlined STD DTL S- 501.1 & S-701. This applies to areas that are within the City and County of Denver right-of- way.
The modification will minimize the need for the Wastewater Management crews to plasma cut the ring to lower the manhole and they will be able to simply remove the two risers to obtain the depth required for milling operations. This also eliminates the need to haul additional equipment and has a significant effect on reducing the time it takes to prepare the road for Street Maintenance paving operation.
References for capital construction involving storm or sanitary infrastructure within the City and County of Denver
The Wastewater Capital Projects Management (WCPM) Standard Construction Specifications are revised periodically and are intended for reference only.
All bidders on Wastewater Capital Projects are bound to the WCPM Standard Construction Specifications, as well as Measurement and Payment descriptions included within the specific set of bid documents they are responding to.
Denver's Erosion Control Guide for formatting and minimum plan design criteria, standards and requirements used to regulate stormwater plan preparation, permitting, field implementation, and enforcement of the City and County of Denver (Denver or City) Stormwater Criteria for Construction Activities.
NOTE: Formally titled Erosion Control Permits
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.