Permits & Applications

To track your application and permit online, sign up for a Citizen Access Portal (CAP) Account using the link below. Email engineering@draper.ut.us once your registration has been submitted so we can finish the registration process.

CAP Login: Citizen Access Portal

As a reference to fees mentioned in the permit applications, view the Draper City Consolidated Fee Schedule.

Permits & Applications

Click on a permit you are interested in to learn more about the application process.


Evacuation / Encroachment Permit Application

Applying for an Encroachment Permit

Completed applications and associated documents need to be submitted through the Draper City CAP system under the permit type: ENCROACHMENT.

If you have not registered for the online system, you will need to do so BEFORE submitting a permit application. Email engineering@draper.ut.us when you have completed the registration. Do not try to log into the system until you receive an account approval email from the city.

Documents required at the time of application submission

  • Encroachment Permit Application
  • A traffic control plan (MUTCD)
  • Diagram or map showing the location of work, and type of work to be performed
  • Work Area & Best Management Practices (BMP) Map
  • Current copy of State Contractor's Business License
  • Current certificate of Worker's Compensation & Liability Insurance
  • Road Closure Permit - Contact Engineering at (801) 576-6585.

Incomplete applications will not be placed in our review queue. Once a completed encroachment permit application is submitted, please allow at least five (5) working days for our review. If the portal will not allow you to submit for an encroachment permit, contact engineering@draper.ut.us.

Municipal Code

View the municipal code pertaining to Encroachment Permit, Applications, Fees, Bonds, and Inspection: Chapter 11 Excavation Permits (PDF)

Security Deposits

Winter fees apply to encroachment permit cash securities (double). Winter rates are in effect from October 15 Through April 15. Cash security agreement forms must be signed and notarized. We will accept one check for the total amount of the permit (bond amount plus excavation fee) Make checks out to Draper City. Encroachment permit security deposits are held for one year from completion of work and released pending the approval of the inspector.

Additional Materials

Encroachment permit applications that show a road closure need to contact Engineering at 801-576-6586.

Download Encroachment Permit Application

Submit Application

Land Disturbance Permit

Applying for a Land Disturbance Permit

Completed applications can be submitted online via email to engineering@draper.ut.us along with all required documentation. Incomplete applications will not be placed in our review queue. Once a completed Land Disturbance permit application is submitted, it can take least five (5) working days for a first review to be completed.

Documents required at the time of application submission

  • Land Disturbance (PDF)
  • Refer to the second page of the Land Disturbance Permit for a list of all items required to be submitted with the permit.

Municipal Code

View the municipal code pertaining to Land Disturbance, Applications, Fees, Bonds, and Inspection: Title 18 Land Disturbance (PDF)

Bonds and Security Deposits

Bonds and fees will be assessed after the Land Disturbance Permit is reviewed and approved by a Draper City engineer. All security (bond) agreement forms must be signed and notarized. With the original document given to Draper Engineering. We cannot accept copies of agreements. Bonds and fees can be paid on one check for the total amount of the permit (bond amount plus Land Disturbance Permit Fee.) All checks need to be made out to Draper City. Security deposits (bonds) are held under a warranty status for 12-18 months after the work has been completed. Bonds are released pending the approval of the completed work by the inspector, engineer, and city engineer.

Additional Materials

For more information on applications, bonds, fees, engineering inspections or to submit an application, contact engineering@draper.ut.us or call 801-576-6585.

Land Disturbance Permit

Submit Application

Road Closure Permit

Contact Draper Engineering at 801-576-6585.

NOI – Utah Division of Water Quality (greater than 1 acre)

To obtain a Utah Storm Water Construction Permit and SWPPP that disturbs one acre or greater will need to apply for a permit through the Utah Department of Environmental Quality’s Division of Water Quality.

View instructions

NOI – Draper City (less than 1 acre)

A Notice of Intent (NOI) for storm water discharges associated with construction activity less than one acre will need to go through Draper City. A SWPPP is required to be on hand prior to the NOI submittal. Fill out the below form and submit it to engineering@draper.ut.us.

Download application

Wireless Facility Application

Applying for a Wireless Facility Within Public Rights of Way Application for Permit

Completed applications should be submitted by email to engineering@draper.ut.us, along with all other required documents listed below.

Each required document should be a separate file, and each file name showing the following information: Company name, the address of the proposed wireless facility site, and type of submittal. (ie. Draper City _ 1020 E Pioneer Rd _ Traffic Control Plan)

Once a completed Wireless Facility Application is received, we will review for completeness. Incomplete applications will not be accepted. Once an application is accepted with all documents submitted, each individual site listed on the application will be processed as their own permit.

Application fees will be assessed after the application is reviewed and approved. Any additional wireless facility permit fees, encroachment (excavation) permit fees, and security deposits will be assessed prior to the permit being approved for issuance.

All Wireless Facility applicants are required to have a Small Cell Master License Agreement with Draper City.

Documents required at the time of application submission

  • Application for Wireless Facility within Public Rights of Way
  • Plans with the following information; scaled site plan, scaled elevation view, overall site dimensions, ADA standards, site distances from streets, and site distances from subdivisions
  • Traffic Control Plan (TCP)
  • Work Area and Best Management Practices (BMPS) See page 7 of the application
  • Pole load analysis if using a city-owned pole
  • Current copy of State Contractor's Business License (One Per Application)
  • Current certificate of Worker's Compensation & Liability Insurance (One Per Application)
  • Encroachment Permit information filled out per site. (Added to the application under each wireless site for ease)
  • If Applicable: Proof of Franchise Agreement
  • If Applicable: Letter giving 3rd party approval

Municipal Code

View the municipal code pertaining to Wireless Facilities: Municipal Code pertaining to Excavation Permits Chapter 11 (PDF)

Additional Information

A Wireless Facility Application can have up to 25 (twenty-five) Wireless Facility sites listed IF the contractor and owner information is to remain the same on all 25 (twenty-five) sites. To submit more than four sites per application, please use the linked document below in addition to the application. If possible, please fill out all pages on the application digitally, and combine all pages of the application and additional application pages into one file. Wireless Facility Application Pg.2 (fill out a copy of this page for each site.)

Security Deposits

Wireless Facility within Public Rights of Way and Encroachment Permit Application and Agreement security deposits are held for one year from completion of work and released pending the approval of the inspector. All cash security agreement forms must be signed and notarized. We will accept one cashier's check for the total amount of the permit (Bond amount plus Wireless Facility Fees and any applicable Excavation/ Encroachment Permit fees). Please make the cashier's check out to Draper City.

Fees

Application Fees (fees are assessed per site list)

Collate on Existing Pole - $100

New or Replacement Pole - $250

Discretionary Site Approval - $1,000

Encroachment Fees - See Consolidated Fee Schedule

Row Site License Fees (fees will be assessed each year per site)

3.5% of Gross Revenue Related to Applicant's use of right of way, OR

$250.00 Annual Fee, AND

$50.00 Annual fee for City Pole Collocation (if applicable)

Submit Application



Blank Bond Agreements

To obtain Bonds/Security Agreements, contact Engineering at 801-576-6585 or engineering@draper.ut.us.