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When do I need an encroachment permit?
A permit is required whenever work is proposed within the public right-of-way or easement. Typical examples of work include trenching for installation of water, sewer, storm drain, or other utilities, and construction of curb, gutter and sidewalk.
Is my property in a flood zone?
The City can help you determine if your property is located in the vicinity of a Special Flood Hazard Area (flood zone). The Flood Insurance Rate Maps (FIRMs) created by FEMA are available for your review at City Hall, the Pleasant Hill Library, and on this website at the link below. More detailed information can be obtained online from the
by entering your property address.
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Can we have a Stop sign installed to help with speeding cars?
A Stop sign is intended to determine which driver has the right of way at an intersection. Studies have proven that Stop signs do a very poor job when it comes to slowing people down. Their effect is usually limited to within 100 feet of an intersection. Afterward drivers tend to speed up, sometimes to speeds greater than what was being witnessed before the signs went in. When appropriate, the City will install Stop signs based on its adopted Stop sign warrant policy.
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