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Permits

Right-of-Way Use Permit

Please see New Updates for 2021 (Notice Letter)

The Right-of-Way Use Permit is a tool to help regulate unauthorized obstructions of, excavations in, and use of the County’s rights-of-way and easements by utilities and line providers by requiring permits for ALL construction activities within the Weld County rights-of-way, whether gravel or paved, and including all public drainage easements. A Right-of-Way Use Permit grants a permit holder permission to occupy, excavate, survey, perform locations, or construct facilities within the County rights-of-way or easement, and provide for the subsequent restoration upon completion.

County Code - Right-of-Way Use Permit Policy
Right-of-Way Use Permit Application, Fee Schedule & Provisions

For more information, contact Amy Mutchie at 970-400-3764 or amutchie@weldgov.com.


Transport Permit

Please see New Updates for 2021 (Notice Letter)

The Transport Permit shall be used when vehicles using the County Road network are overweight or oversized or both based on the Guidelines for legal limitations and definitions found in the Rules and Regulations section of the Colorado Department of Transportation 2 C.C.R. 601-4 and in Chapter 8, Article XV of the Weld County Code. This permit is intended to implement safe traveling conditions for the permit holder, as well as, the traveling public on Weld County roads, and is issued in addition to all other State, City, or neighboring County permits.

Standard and Special Permits are issued for a single one-way trip.

Mobile homes moving from a location in Weld County must include a copy of the tax authentication (see Treasurer) with application (this does not apply to new mobile home delivery from the factory). Annual permits are subject to approval.

Oil rig permits are issued each time a rig changes locations and utilizes County roads. All vehicles/loads associated with a specific rig move are included in the approved permit.  Workover rigs may apply for Annual permits if applicable.

For additional Permit Conditions and/or restrictions that may apply to these vehicles, please see the Transport Permit Application form and Checklist. There is a minimum of 24 hours for processing and approval from the time applications are received.  Applications received after 1:30 p.m. MST will go onto the next business day.

2021 Transport Permit

For more information, contact Amy Mutchie at 970-400-3764 or amutchie@weldgov.com.


Access Permit

Land use, natural resources recovery, general utilities and development have impacts on County roads. The Road Access Policy in the Weld County Code recognizes that the efficiency and safety of County roads depend, to a large extent, upon minimizing roadside interference and its detrimental effect upon the movement of traffic.

Access Permit Application
Access Permit Instructions
Typical Traffic Control plan

For more information, contact Tiffnee Lamb at 970-400-3718.
Please also see Access Control Plans.


Grading Permit

Land disturbance of an area greater than one acre requires a Grading Permit.  If located within an state-permitted MS4 area, additional requirements may apply.
Grading Permit Application
Grading Permit Checklist
Grading Permit Early Release Request
As-Built Drawing Requirements
MS4 Pollution Prevention Plan (Checklist and Manual)

For more information, please also see Development Review.


To search for issued permits, please visit Weld County's e-permit webpage.


Memorial Signs

A memorial sign must be requested by the victim’s family or other sponsor with the consent of the victim’s family, utilizing the form set forth in the Weld County Code, Appendix 8-L. Upon submittal of a Roadside Memorial Sign Application with fee to the Weld County Public Works Department, Weld County shall review the application for acceptance.

Weld County Code
Memorial Sign Sample
Memorial Signs Application


Call Before You Dig (811)

Call811.comKnowing where underground utility lines are buried before each digging project begins helps to prevent injury, expense and penalties. The depth of utility lines may vary and multiple utility lines may exist in one area. Simple digging jobs can damage utility lines and can disrupt vital services to an entire neighborhood, harm those who dig and result in expensive fines and repair costs. Marked lines show those who dig the approximate location of underground lines and help prevent undesired consequences.

One easy phone call to 811 quickly begins the process of getting underground utility lines marked. 811 personnel will then notify affected utility companies, who will send crews to mark underground lines for free.

For simple home improvement projects and even on private property, calling 811 will save you time and hassle.

For further information, visit www.call811.com.

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CONTACT INFORMATION

Public Works Department

1111 H Street, Greeley
Phone: (970) 400-3750
Fax: (970) 304-6497

Mailing address:
P.O. Box 758
Greeley, CO 80632