- Boulder County Flood Recovery information and resources.
The Transportation Department issues permits that regulate activities in the right-of-way. These permits help maintain the integrity of Boulder County’s road system and protect the health, safety and welfare of the traveling public.
- Special Events – a special event permit is required whenever an event uses a road in unincorporated Boulder County.
- Access Permits (TAP) – For permitting access to and associated improvements for private access to county roads (driveways, bridges, and culverts).
- Roadway Construction Permits – Improvements in the county right-of-way that will be maintained by the county; includes plans
- Right-of-Way Requests– Boulder County, by state statue, regulates utility and other construction in the right-of-way to maintain access to utilities, ensure the integrity of roads, and to ensure safety and traffic flow.
- Storm Drainage Criteria Manual
- Road Service Requests – For making requests for repairs or maintenance of county roads and infrastructure
- Road Maintenance Agreement – To conduct work in non-maintained county right-of-way. Provides parameters on what can be done; includes plans
- Grading Permit and Stormwater Quality Application
- Oversize/Overweight Permit– Regulates the use of the right-of-way by vehicles and equipment that exceeds state or local size and weight limits.
- Utility Construction Permit – For regulated and non-regulated public and private utilities; includes plans
- Floodplain Development