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Procedures, Permitting Process and Approvals for Right-of-Way Improvements
2.8 Non-Construction Permits

New development projects often include private encroachments in the right of way that require an annual non-construction permit.  Examples of typical items that require annual permits are balconies, benches and street furniture, and sidewalk cafes.  These permits may require an annual fee, indemnification and insurance.

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Chapter 2
Procedures, Permitting Process and Approvals for Right-of-Way Improvements
2.1 Navigating the City of Seattle Permit Process
2.2 Street Right-of-Way Permits
2.3 Street Improvement Permits – Group 3 permits
2.4 Other Street Use Construction Permits – Groups 1 and 2
2.5 Right-of-Way Use Permits
2.6 Shoring and Excavation Permits
2.7 Utility Permits
2.8 Non-Construction Permits
2.9 Street Trees and Landscaping Permits
2.10 Other Street Right-of-Way Improvement Activities
2.11 Deviation Request Process for Street Right-of-Way Improvements
2.12 Environmental Review and Approvals
2.13 King County Permits and Approvals
2.14 State and Federal Permits and Approvals
2.15 Contact Information
   
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