The Engineering Division is responsible for the construction management for all the public roadway projects. The right-of-way is a section of land maintained by the Town that usually contains streets, sidewalks, multi-use paths, and public landscaping and art.
Engineering staff also issue right-of-way permits for all construction and activities that take place in the Town's right-of-way.
Right-of-way permits are required for anyone performing work that will impact or infringe upon the right-of-way, such as:
- Utility work
- Placing a temporary sign for an event like a yard sale or arts and crafts fair
- Placing storage containers in the street (for example, ones used for packing up your home to move)
- Making improvements to your driveway where it ties into public property
- Contractors working with the Town to improve the right-of-way
To minimize the potential for community spread of COVID-19, the Town of Oro Valley will NOT be accepting in-person submittals, beginning March 23, and until further notice.
Effective March 23, all right-of-way permit applications must be submitted via email to email@example.com. Questions, call 520-229-4800.