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Barrie, ON L4M 4T5
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No person shall undertake any activity within a right of way or on public lands within the City of Barrie without a permit.
Examples of activities requiring a permit:
*Please note these are common examples and are not the only reasons for application. If you are unsure whether your work needs a permit contact the office at the number below.
The applicant must have the Right of Way Activity Permit available at the location of the occupancy at all times during the permitted occupancy.
Applicant’s full company name and project owner (name, address and phone)
Every Applicant for a Right of Way Activity Permit shall provide and maintain Comprehensive/Commercial General Liability insurance acceptable to the City and subject to limits of not less than two million dollars ($2,000,000) inclusive per occurrence for bodily injury, death and damage to property including loss of use thereof. Such Comprehensive/Commercial General Liability insurance policy shall be in the name of the Applicant and shall name the City of Barrie as an additional insured. The insurance policy shall remain in place until all warranty requirements are fulfilled. The insurance policy shall contain an endorsement to provide the City with thirty (30) days written notice of cancellation.
Other information may be requested in order to process an application. Please email email@example.com for more information.
The application is forwarded to personnel for development of conditions and preparation of the Right of Way Activity Permit.
The applicant is required to pay a $310.00 ($274.34 + $35.66 HST) fee for the issuance of a ROWAP for Utility Works, Pool Installation Permits, or any excavation within the right of way, and may be required to provide a performance deposit (security) with the City of Barrie. This deposit will be in the amount to be determined by the City of Barrie as being sufficient to cover the costs to restore and make good all disrupted areas, as well as to protect the public. Securities may be held for a one year period after the work is complete.
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