The Department of Public Service Right-of-Way Permit Section is located on the first floor of the Michael B. Coleman Government Center, 111 N. Front St. In-person customer service has resumed Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. The following links provide access to details on the City’s Rights-of-Way, its permit types, and the application requirements associated with each.
Can I obtain a right-of-way permit online?
Where can I see proposed and existing small cell antenna locations?
What is Public Right of Way?
Permission from the Columbus Department of Public Service is required to occupy and/or work within the city’s public right of way
903 Right-of-Way Excavation Permit
903 Right-of-Way Excavation Permit – With Small Cell Antenna Installation
903 Right-of-Way Occupancy Permit (construction related)
905 New or Replacement Sidewalk & Driveway Approach Construction Permit
906 Right-of-Way Occupancy Permit (non-construction related)
922 Temporary Commercial Zone Permit
Special Hauling Permit
904 Sidewalk Dining Permit
On-Street Loading Zone Permit
On-Street Valet Parking Permit (Permanent or Temporary)
Residential Parking Permit
On-Street Parking Out
To find out if the proposed work is within the City of Columbus