WORKING IN THE PUBLIC RIGHT-OF-WAY
Why do I need a permit to work in the public right-of-way? When should I obtain a permit? How can I obtain a permit? The Department of Public Works Office of Transportation issues various permits for working in or blocking the public right-of-way. Examples of such work may include installing or making repairs to a driveway apron or sidewalk; building a structure that requires a driveway apron; or tapping into an existing sewer/sanitary line.
Any disturbance to the public right of way requires a permit issued by the Office of Transportation. Right-of-Way Permits are required for lane and road closures as well as other activities in the public right of way. Applicants may be referred for this type of permit through the Office of Transportation.
The details for working in the City of Atlanta's public right-of-way, outlined in this document, must be followed for all permitted work. For additional information, please contact 404-330-6501.
ROW Dining Permit
The City of Atlanta has a permit process for eating and drinking establishments to be able to create sidewalk dining spaces within the city's public right-of-way. If you are a licensed business operating in the city and interested in creating a sidewalk dining area, please review the documents below and submit an application to ROWDining@AtlantaGA.gov.
Thế giới cáHave you recently had a good experience with our team? Do you have concerns about a permit you recently obtained? We are continually seeking ways to improve our contractor relations and improve the permitting process. Please speak to a supervisor to voice any concerns or questions you may have. We value your comments in assisting us with providing exceptional service to you!