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Do I need a permit for a large trash container or construction bin?
Large trash containers and construction bins that will be placed in the street must be properly permitted.  An Encroachment Permit must be obtained from the Public Works Department office on the 3rd floor of City Hall, located at One Manchester Blvd.  The fee is $25 per week.  For encroachment at meters, the fee is $7 per meter per day in addition to the weekly encroachment fee.  Large trash containers must be obtained from Waste Management, (310) 677-6500.  They are the only authorized solid waste hauler in the City of Inglewood.

How do I get a set of Standard Drawings?
Standard Drawings are available at the Public Works Department, located at One Manchester Blvd, 3rd Floor of City Hall at One Manchester Blvd.

What is a Construction Permit?
A Construction Permit is necessary for activities such as cutting, removing, or reconstructing curbs, curb and gutter, parkway drains, driveways, and/or sidewalks. The purpose of the permit is to enable the City to monitor work and activities performed within the public right-of-way. Issuing permits assures that plans comply with the Public Works Standard Specifications.  A copy of Contractor’s License and proof of liability insurance is required before permit is issued.

Construction Permit Application Form

What is a Moving Permit?
A Moving Permit is necessary for transporting an over-sized load through the City of Inglewood.  Liability insurance must be filed with the City before permit is issued.  There is a $16 fee per day or an annual fee of $90.  For further information, please contact the Permit Section at (310) 412-5333.

 Moving Permit Application Form

What is an Encroachment Permit?
An encroachment permit is necessary if you will be using any part of the public right of way for storing materials, placing a construction bin, detouring traffic or parking equipment in the street over night. Encroachment permits are issued for temporary and long-term placements.

What is an Excavation Permit?
Excavation Permits are necessary when any portion of the public right of way is trenched or excavated.  For more information, contact the Permit Section at (310) 412-5333.  A copy of Contractor’s License and proof of liability insurance is required before permit is issued.

Excavation Permit Application Form

When do I need a permit for working in the public right-of-way?
Three types of permits are necessary for any work within the public right-of-way. Construction permits are necessary for the construction of driveways, curb drains, sidewalks, curbs and gutters and other types of surface construction. Excavation permits are necessary when digging within the public right-of-way, which often includes the portion of land beyond the curb and all the way to the sidewalk. Encroachment permits are necessary when you wish to place anything in the public right-of-way temporarily or long term. The purpose of the permit is to enable the City to monitor work and activities performed within the public right-of-way.

Construction Permit Application Form

Excavation Permit Application Form

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