Larimer County Offices, Courts, District Attorney, and Landfill are closed on May 29, 2017 in observance of the Memorial Day Holiday. Critical services at Larimer County are not disrupted by closures.
(Effective November 1, 1997)
|Base Fee:||Permit Applicants will be assessed a $100.00 fee for review and processing of the permit and associated documents. This will apply to each permit submitted.|
|Service Installation:||Service installations which do not disturb asphalt, concrete,or treated gravel surfaces and do not exceed a distance of ten (10) linear feet within the right-of-way, will not be assessed in addition to the Base Fee. This would apply to service installations on the same side of the roadway, or for a single road bore to provide individual utility service. Overhead power, telephone, or cable television installations will not be assessed in addition to the Base Fee (a permit will be required for all overhead installations).|
|Linear Installation:||Installations parallel to the roadway and within the right-of-way will be assessed at a rate of $0.10 per linear foot plus the Base Fee. This rate will apply to underground installations only.|
A flat fee of $200.00 will be assessed for cutting asphalt or chip/seal roadway surfaces. If the asphalt to be cut is less than twelve (12) months old, a fee of $5.00 per square foot will be charged in place of the flat fee (if the $5.00 per square foot fee is less than $200.00, the $200.00 fee will apply).
A flat fee of $100.00 will be assessed for cutting treated gravel roadway surfaces. This fee applies to roadways that have been treated with calcium chloride, magnesium chloride, or lignin sulfonate within the previous twelve (12) month period.
A flat fee of $50.00 will be assessed for cutting gravel, or native material roadways.
Note: These fees in no way release the Applicant from restoring roadways to original or better condition. The street cut fees are in addition to the Base Fee and Linear Footage Fees. All fees are cumulative.
Fees will not be charged for utility relocations due to Capital Improvement Projects.