Why would I need a Right-of-Way Encroachment Permit?

Any utility work, encroachments into a public right-of-way or easement (other than mail boxes meeting the requirements of this Development Code), pavement cuts and associated road or lane closures must be reviewed, approved and permitted by the Director of Public Works.  

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1. Why would I need a Driveway permit?
2. Why would I need a Right-of-Way Encroachment Permit?
3. Once I have the permit, who pays for the culvert pipe?
4. Does the Public Works Department clean out driveway pipes?
5. Will the County allow me to pipe my roadside ditch?
6. Does the county maintain ditches on State Right-of-Way?
7. What do I do if my driveway culvert needs to be replaced?
8. How can I protect my driveway and culvert?
9. I live on a private road; do I need a driveway permit?
10. I already have an existing driveway, I am installing an accessory in my back yard: do I need a permit?