The purpose of the Public Right of Way (PROW) Permit is to review and permit occupying the public right-of-way (or easements) for construction or staging in accordance with Town of Jackson Municipal Code Section 12.08.040.
When is a Public Right of Way Permit Required?
Public Right of Way Permits are required:
To construct public infrastructure improvements such as, but not limited to, sidewalk, boardwalk, curbs, gutters, telecommunication facilities, utilities, and/or street paving within any street;
To dig up, break, excavate, tunnel, undermine, or in any manner break up any street;
To make or cause to be made any excavation in or under the surface of any street for any purpose;
To place, deposit, or leave upon any street any earth or other excavated material, construction supplies, equipment, dumpsters or materials obstructing or tending to interfere with the free use of the street;
To move an existing house, building, or structure on or over any street;
To occupy any street, sidewalk, or any parking space for the purposes of construction, excavation, tunneling, tree removal/care, snow removal from structures, or storage of materials or for activities which would facilitate such.