Encroachment Permits are for bonded contractors to perform any construction activity within the UDOT right-of-way.
*Create a UDOT Permit account (“New User”) if you do not already have an account.
What administrative rule governs encroachment permits?
When is an encroachment permit required?
What is the encroachment permit process?
- Enter into a Statewide Utility License Agreement (SULA) if installing or maintaining utility facilities
- Provide a detailed plan of work in a PDF format
- Provide certified Traffic Control Plans
- Provide a certificate of liability insurance
- Provide a Performance and Warranty Bond
- Provide a signed MS4 Compliance Plan
- Pay the required fee
- Accept the limitations of the permit
What documents and forms do I need?
- Detailed plan of work in PDF format
- If constructing for an approved Conditional Access Permit (CAP), provide the CAP letter and the watermarked “UDOT Approved” plans along with any further information obtained.
- Certified Traffic Control Plans
- Certificate of liability insurance
- $1 Million per occurrence and $2 Million in aggregate with UDOT listed as the certificate holder (see below):
Utah Department of Transportation
4501 S 2700 W
PO Box 148460
Salt Lake City, UT 84114
- Performance and Warranty Bonds:
- Storm Water Plan
- Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) Compliance Plan – Use when less than 1 acre of disturbance.
- Storm Water Pollution Protection Plan (SWPPP) – Use when 1 acre or more of disturbance.