Permits

Contractors working in City of Ashland right-of-way must be prequalified and have current City of Ashland Business and Oregon Contractors Board Licenses.

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A Public Works permit provides the authorization for an individual or agency to perform work within the public right-of-way.

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Dust Suppressant Permit is issued for the application of a dust suppressant on an unpaved city street or alley.

Driveway Painting Permit is granted for the purpose of painting a yellow “No Parking Zone” at the entrance to a home or business driveway to assist with visibility and access.

Encroachment Permitis issued for the private long-term use of public right-of-way and easements including, but not limited to, landscaping, parking, accesses, etc.

Excavation Permitcovers the cutting and excavations of streets and alleys within the City of Ashland.

Miscellaneous Concrete Permitcovers the construction of sidewalks, driveway approaches, curbs and gutters within the public right-of-way.

Publication Box Permit covers placement of publications by media distributors in the City of Ashland free publication boxes, located at seven sites within the downtown area.

Residential Block Party Permit is issued to allow a temporary closure of a residential street or alley for the purpose of entertainment to benefit the immediate neighborhood.

Right-of-Way Closure Permit covers the temporary closure of sidewalks, streets, alleys, parking spaces and paths within the City of Ashland public right-of-way.

Sidewalk Cafe Permit is issued upon approval to a business requesting placement of tables and chairs in the city sidewalk right-of-way.

Special Event Permit for parades, races, festivals, etc.

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