Permit Templates and Checklists

We’ve assembled a quick-reference collection of SDOT materials below. Get everything from site plan templates to informational documents about the application process. This is not an exhaustive list of all available resources, but instead is a collection of the materials most commonly used to plan and apply for SDOT-permitted projects.

Construction Management Plan and Haul Route Templates

Projects with significant impacts to the public right of way may require a construction-management plan (CMP) and haul-route plan. These early planning tool helps ensure a smooth-running project by identifying potential problems up front. To learn more about this requirement, please see our construction-management plan FAQ.

For more detail on what is required as part of a construction-management plan, you may find the following document helpful:

Traffic Control Plan (TCP) Templates

A Traffic Control Plan (TCP) is a safety plan for work in the public right of way. You are required to submit a TCP with your permit application if your work impacts an arterial street in the right of way. Please use the following tools to assist you in creating your TCP. See CAM 2111, Checklist for Traffic Control Plan Submittal, for more information on TCPs.

Site Plan Templates

Every permit application requires a completed site plan, and we have multiple site-plan templates to assist you. Below are downloadable, text-fillable PDF site-plan templates in two formats:

8.5” x 11” for small projects

11”x17” for large projects

For information on required document dimensions for for site-plan submittals, please see client-assistance memos 2600 and 2109.

Small Project Templates

Large Project Templates

Street Improvement Plan (SIP) Templates and Checklists

The following checklists will be needed at various points during your SIP project:

You will also need to fill out and submit the following template:

If your SIP project is in a stage requiring stormwater-management-related planning, the following documents may be required:

For a more complete list of SIP related tools and materials, please visit our SIP page.

Requirements Checklists

Applicants whose projects will potentially impact a sidewalk, crosswalk or pedestrian right of way must submit a completed Permittee Checklist for Pedestrian Mobility In and Around Work Zones with their permit application.

This document helps you to identify what you need to submit as part of your Urban Forestry Permit application package.

This checklist is required to be completed and submitted with all utility-major project applications.