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Yes, a Right-of-Way Permit (PDF) must be applied for on a sewer spot repair. If staying outside of the City's Right-of-Way the only fee required will be the application/inspection fee.
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A list of available Capital Improvement Projects around South Salt Lake can be found at the Utah Public Procurement Place, along with many other biddable projects throughout Utah.
Contact the Public Works Inspector at 801-412-3211 if you notice an issue with a road or building that could present a serious danger to the residents of SSL. You can also reach out to The Streets and Sidewalks Division for problems with streets or signage. Please contact Code Enforcement at 801-464-6712 if you notice any clear violations of building code.
Normal construction activity in the public right-of-way, including obstruction of the public right-of-way requires a permit (PDF) from our Engineering Department with the city of South Salt Lake. Work in the public right-of-way includes replacement or new construction of streets, sidewalks, curb and gutter, drive approaches, and utility excavations. Landscaping does not require a public right-of-way permit unless heavy equipment is used to move material. Planning approval may be required, please contact the community development department 801-483-6063.
If you need to close a city-owned street or sidewalk for any length of time, you will be required to obtain a right-of-way permit and include a Traffic Control Plan.
Do you need a dumpster or moving containers curbside? Here’s what you’ll need: