What types of inspection do I need for my right-of-way project?

Each project is different, so City staff will provide information about what inspections are required for each permit. These inspection requirements are noted on the approved permit. Most projects need a pre-and post- (final) inspection.  All inspection requests require a minimum of 24 hours in advance of the desired time. If a project is removing any hardscape such as a sidewalk or a portion of a driveway, a pre-pour and final inspection for the concrete or asphalt will need to be scheduled. Approved construction plans (including traffic plans) and issued permits must be available on-site and accessible to an inspector upon request during an inspection.  Please have the permit number, location, and contact information available when requesting to schedule an inspection. 

To schedule an inspection please call the Community Development Division at 847-506-6030

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1. What is a Right-of-Way?
2. What are parkways?
3. What projects require a right-of-way permit?
4. What are typical right-of-way projects?
5. What types of work in the right-of-way require building permits?
6. Why do I need a right-of-way permit?
7. What do I need to apply for a right-of-way permit?
8. How do I know if my right-of-way project is in the City's jurisdiction?
9. How do I submit for a right-of-way permit now that I have what I need?
10. How long it my right-of-way permit good for?
11. What types of inspection do I need for my right-of-way project?
12. What if I need to work near or under a parkway tree?
13. What about right-of-way work during the winter?
14. Do I need a contractor's license for a right-of-way project?
15. Do I need insurance or a bond for my project?