Work or events involving government streets or driveways often require a permit.
City Controlled Property
City Controlled Property Permit
Street Cut Permit â€“ required when work, above or below ground, on City-owned or leased property, rights-of-way, and public easement that causes an impact to vehicle or pedestrian traffic or safety, or causes temporary or long term liability for the City. This does not include unaccepted subdivisions, state-controlled property, federally-controlled property, and privately owned property rights.
State Highway Access Management
Permit for an Access Facility on State of Texas Highway Right-of-Way within the extraterritorial jurisdiction of the City of Round Rock, Texas â€“ required for each access point to, from or across Texas controlled rights-of-way. This includes installation, modification, removal, change in land usage, traffic volume, and type of vehicle being served by, and change in ownership of, a temporary construction, periodic/season, restricted or full usage residential or commercial access. The Texas Department of Transportation and the City of Round Rock have a formal agreement for the City to assume exclusive responsibility for issuing state highway access facility permits within the extraterritorial jurisdiction under an approved local access management plan.
City of Round Rock Access Management Plan for State Highways
Permit for an Access Facility on State of Texas Highway Right-of-Way within the Extraterritorial Jurisdiction of the City of Round Rock
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