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These are the applications and forms
used for Encroachment Permit work by the general public.
For all internal forms please use the "Caltrans
Electronic Forms System (CEFS)"
Applicants or their authorized representatives
shall sign and submit an encroachment request on a current
Caltrans' form with appropriate fees. In critical cases,
the District Permits Office may accept a signed facsimile
application from an exempt or normally billed applicant.
The originally signed facsimile application must be
followed by a mailed application. When Caltrans requests
an encroachment relocation, the District Division Chief
of the Right of Way Branch may initiate the application
without a fee by sending a copy of the Caltrans' "Notice
to Owner" form to the District Permits Office.
Other documents may be required in
addition to the permit application, such as: surety
bonds, liability insurance, environmental documentation,
plans, location map, etc.