The City of Rowlett Community Development Department will now only accept applications for review of Civil Plans and subsequent Resubmittals on Monday by 3:00 p.m. Any application that does not provide the required exhibits or information will not be accepted by the city.
Effective March 1, 2020
Community Development has adopted a new fee schedule. All Right-of-Way Permit applications are not assessed a fee of $100. To be processed, a complete Right-of-Way Permit application must consist of the following:
Complete ROW application, including valid DCAD/RCAD address.
Map or Site Plan clearly indicating the work location and that displays street names: in come cases, depending on complexity and length of project, a complete set of drawings may be requested.
Credit Card authorization form for $100.
All documents must be received in PDF format.
Review and Regulation of all private development (development paid for by private entities) including residential subdivisions, commercial, and industrial projects.
Flood Plain Management - To ensure development in the flood hazard areas are in accordance with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and City Ordinances.
Administration of the Storm Water Management Program, Rights-of-Way and Easements within the City.
Management and Issuance of all Right-of-Way and Grading Permits
Permit Applications, Forms, & Checklist
Right-of-Way Permit (PDF) - A permit is required if you need to work in the City’s Right-of-Way (a strip of land that is granted, through an easement or dedication, for the purpose of public access and utility service).
Contractor Registration - All Utility Contractors who do work in the City of Rowlett must be registered. We will not authorize Civil Plans or issue Right-of-Way Permits unless the Utility Contractor is registered.
Grading Permit (PDF) - A permit is required if you are adding, removing, or moving dirt on your land/lot or subdivision.