For the status of your Right-of-Way Permits, please click here :

  1.  Under "Permit Search," choose either "Address" or "Permit #" next to the "Search by" pull down menu.
  2.  Enter the Permit # or Address of the application.
  3.  View status
  4. For additional information, sign in with your log-in information.

ONLY A CLASS D PUBLIC WAY CONTRACTOR CAN APPLY FOR A RIGHT OF WAY (ROW) PERMIT. Guidance on how to apply for a CLASS D PUBLIC WAY CONTRACTOR'S LICENSE is below. Guidance on how to apply for a ROW PERMIT will follow.



All work performed on public rights of way require a permit to be issued to a licensed contractor. 

This work includes, but is not limited to, the construction, reconstruction and remodeling of storm drains, irrigation ditches, fire lines, sewer and water lines, sewer and water mains, curb and gutters, sidewalks, streets, potholing, boring, traffic-control devices and similar improvements which are constructed on public ROW, easements and other public property, and utility services on private property between the property line and the building
This permit requirement is enforced by the Westminster Municipal Code Section 9-2-1 .


All permits will receive a review by the Engineering Division under the direction of the City Engineer. Permit applications and supporting documents including traffic control plans, are required to be uploaded into our Online Permit Manager. Emails or hard copies will be not be processed.

eTrakit - Applying for ROW permits

SOP - Paying Fees


The Colorado 811 locate confirmation number must be entered on all applications.

All utilities must be identified through the locate process prior to excavation of soil, including boring, can take place. In the event, that a City Utility cannot be located within the specified boundaries of the request area; the contractor/excavator will be notified by e-mail and/or phone of a mandatory on-site meeting to discuss alternate measures for protecting the utility. No excavation of soil, including boring, is permitted until the on-site meet has taken place and all utilities have been located. Failure to comply will be deemed unreasonable action by the contractor/excavator and may result in the contractor/excavator assuming all liability for damages to such utilities.

Red - Electric power lines, cables, conduit, and lighting cables

Blue - Drinking water

Orange - Telecommunication, alarm or signal lines, cables, or conduit

Purple - Reclaimed water, irrigation, and slurry lines

Yellow - Natural gas, oil, steam, petroleum, or other gaseous, or flammable material

Pink - Temporary survey markings, unknown/unidentified facilities

Green - Sewers and drain lines

White - Proposed excavation limits or route



Hotline: 303-706-3041