Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Where to I get a Utility Permit?
A: Contact the Region Utility Engineer or Utility Permit Coordinator in the CDOT Region where the utility facilities will be installed (use Contact Us link).

Q: What is required for a Utility Permit?
A: See Utility Permit Application Form

Q: How much does a utility permit cost (fee)?
A: There is no fee for a CDOT utility permit.

Q: How long does it take to get a Utility Permit?
A: Depending upon the Region and the work load, about a two week turn-around.

Q: How long is the permit good for?
A: Ninety days is the standard issue time, but additional time up to one year is possible upon request.