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No, but it is recommended that you confirm with the Engineering Department if you hare unsure whether it's public or private.
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Contact the Department when work is complete by emailing email@example.com. Reference, see please see page 3 of your application "Permit Conditions" :
"Upon completion of the work, the applicant will request that the City make an inspection to determine if the work has been completed and that the City facilities have been restored and no damage has occurred."
Follow this link : https://paygov.us/
Please call 206.780.8591 to pay over the phone. To complete your payment you must provide the correct payment code and fee. If you are unsure of your code please email : firstname.lastname@example.org to request the code associated with your specific permit.
State law requires that underground utilities be located in advance of ANY digging within the public right of way via contacting 811. This is to protect public health and safety as well as to prevent any disruption of vital underground utility services.
The lines may be for planning purposes to identify possible areas for new utility installation or for maintenance purposes.
See color codes for the specific types of utility.
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