A Bond is required anytime you are obstructing or working in the right of way or impacting City infrastructure within any public or private properties in the City of Puyallup.
A Performance Bond: The Performance Bond shall be $10,000, $20,000, depending on the size/scope of the work in the ROW, or 150% of the estimated cost of work in the ROW per a cost estimate received and approved prior to permit issuance. This financial guarantee shall be in effect for two-years after permit final or will extend to either one year after the repair is accepted by the city or the end of the original two-year time period, whichever is longer. At project final, the performance bond may be replaced by a maintenance bond valued at $5,000 or 10% of the estimated cost in the ROW, whichever is greater.
A Right-of-Way Occupation Bond: Right-of-way occupation financial guarantee shall be in a sum of not less than $5,000. A permit allowing right-of-way obstructions, do not including the take up, breaking, excavating, tunneling, undermining, or cutting in any public right-of-way in the city of Puyallup. The city engineer may release the financial guarantee, without requiring a subsequent maintenance guarantee, once the work has been accepted as complete by a city of Puyallup inspector and the permit is finaled and closed.
Clear, Fill and, Grade Bond: The amount of the clear, fill, and grade bond shall not be less than the total estimated construction cost of the interim and permanent erosion and sediment control measures per the approved cost estimate received prior to plan approval.
Maintenance Bond: Guarantees against all defects in workmanship and materials for the pavement, sidewalk, crosswalk, curb, driveway, gutter, sewer, watermain or any other structure or improvement for the period of two (2) years after completion and approval of project construction to the City of Puyallup.
$100,000 Non-Franchise Blanket Performance Bond: In lieu of a financial guarantee to cover particular work, an applicant may maintain with the city a general bond in the sum of $100,000 conditioned and used for the same purpose as the performance bond and covering all work to be done rather than any particular work. This the financial guarantee shall be in effect for two-years after permit final or will extend to either one year after the repair is accepted by the city or the end of the original two-year time period, whichever is longer.
$100,000 Franchise Blanket Performance Bond: In lieu of a financial guarantee to cover particular work, a Franchise may maintain with the city a general bond in the sum of $100,000 conditioned and used for the same purpose as the performance bond and covering all work to be done rather than any particular work. This financial guarantee shall be released upon termination of the Franchise Agreement.
This application is required for any change from the City of Puyallup's design standards and requirements for engineering design. The application fee is $250.00 per request.
This document is used when a financial surety is required for the completion of outstanding work.
Puyallup now partners with the State of Washington Business Licensing Service (BLS) for the issuance of Puyallup general business licenses. Please complete the online application.
The Elevation Certificate is an important administrative tool of the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP). It is to be used to provide elevation information necessary to ensure compliance with community floodplain management ordinances, to determine the proper insurance premium rate, and to support a request for a Letter of Map Amendment (LOMA) or Letter of Map Revision based on fill (LOMR-F).
This agreement allows owners of real estate constructing or improving utilities to enter reimbursement contracts with the City.
This application is required when requesting any changes to previously approved civil drawings.
This document is used in conjunction with a plumbing permit to calculate water and sewer systems development fees for additions/alterations to commercial properties.
This is the process where an individual who owns property adjacent to the right of way can petition the City Council to acquire public right of way for private use.