PRIVATE SEWERS IN THE PUBLIC RIGHT OF WAY
Administrative Rule Adopted by Bureau of Transportation Engineering & Development Pursuant to Rule-Making Authority
October 24, 1994
TO: Linda Dartsch, Chief Engineer, Environmental Services
FROM: Vic Rhodes, City Engineer
RE: Private Sewers in the Public Right-of-Way
Just a quick note to "memorialize" the agreement we have entered for the placement of private pressure sewers in the public right-of-way.
- BTE&D will issue permits for the construction and maintenance of private pressure sewer lines in the public right-of-way with BES signing as a co-permittee.
- BES staff will review and approve the design of the private facility. This will be done at the permittee's expense.
- BES staff will inspect the construction of the private facility and insure that all installations and street reconstruction be in conformance with the Standard Construction Specifications. This will also be done at the permittee's expense.
- BES will provide future locating services for the private pressure sewer line. This will be done at the permittee's expense.
- BES will provide emergency maintenance on the private facility at the permitee's expense.
- BES will bill and collect all fees associated with the services they provide.
We have just issued Permit 23748 to George and Linda Donnerberg for a private pressure sewer line across NE Marine Dr. This is the first permit issued under these guidelines and will serve as a model for future private pressure sewer lines.
Filed for inclusion in PPD December 3, 2003.