City of Manitowoc, WI


Greg Minikel
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Step 1 of 2 - Terms and Conditions


 

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Permit. How Secured.

Anyone applying for a permit for any of the purposes mentioned in chapter 7 of the City of Manitowoc Municipal Code shall present to the City Engineer an application by a duly authorized agent, and include all information requested for the purpose for which a permit is desired.  The applicant will conform to and comply with all ordinances, rules and regulations of the city pertaining to the work or purpose for which a permit is requested; pay all damages caused to public or private grounds or suffered by private persons caused by the applicant, agents, employees or servants in the doing or execution of the work for which the permit may be granted and that the applicant will keep and save the City of Manitowoc free and harmless from any damages or against it by reason of the failure, fault or neglect by the applicant, the applicants agents, servants or employees in the execution of the work for which such permit is granted. The applicant shall also satisfy the City Engineer, if required to do so, that the applicant is financially able to pay any damages or claims for which the applicant may become liable under such an agreement, or that the applicant will file with the City Engineer a sufficient bond or letter of credit for such purpose approved by the City Engineer before the permit is issued. Should the applicant fail to pay the City of Manitowoc damages or claims, the abutting property owner shall be charged said damages or claims as a special assessment pursuant to Section 66.0701 of the Wisconsin Statutes.

Restoration of Right-of-Way Surface from Excavation.

Any person, firm or corporation granted an excavation permit shall deposit with the City Engineer a sum of Eighty Dollars ($80.00). Said amount shall constitute the amount for the permit only. The cost to restore the street surface shall be borne by the applicant. The City Engineer shall maintain a schedule of prices for the temporary and permanent restoration of the street surface and shall equally enforce such charges as are necessary to fund the approximation of the actual cost of street restoration.

 

Schedule of Prices for DPI Restoration of Public Streets

Subsequent to the completion of permitted work associated with Right-of-Way excavations, the City of Manitowoc DPI shall perform the restoration of the street surface, unless noted below.  These prices are effective April 16, 2019, by resolution of the Common Council and order of the City Engineer.

 Concrete Pavement                           0 – 200                        $11.20 per square foot                                                                                                          200.01 – 500               $  7.30 per square foot

                                                500.01 – 999.999        $  4.30 per square foot

                                                Over 1,000                  Time and materials

Asphalt Pavement                             0 – 200                        $  7.50 per square foot

                        200.01 – 699.999        $  4.00 per square foot

                        Over 700                     Time and materials

Asphalt over Concrete Pavement    0 – 200                        $11.20 per square foot

                                                200.01 – 500               $  7.30 per square foot

                                                500.01 – 999.999        $  4.30 per square foot

                                                Over 1,000                  Time and materials

Curb and Gutter - 30” or less                                              $30.00 per lineal foot

 

·         All restorations on the same site over 1000 square feet will be charged at time and material rates.

·         The cost of temporary repairs shall be the responsibility of the person; firm or corporation granted such permit.  All items involving the permit in the R/W will be included in this responsibility (pavement, landscaping, sidewalk, castings, etc.).

·        On concrete streets opened within ten (10) years after construction, the replacement of concrete shall be from the existing joints to existing joints and the permit holder shall be charged accordingly.

·        On concrete streets older than 10 years no longitudinal joints will be allowed, transverse joints must be a minimum of 6’ panels. 

·        On asphalt streets opened within ten (10) years after construction, the replacement of asphalt shall be a minimum of a 3’ x 3’ patch and the permit holder shall be charged accordingly.

·         Core holes may be patched on concrete and asphalt streets older than 10 years only.  On streets older than 10 years the permanent core hole patches may be done by the contractor.  On concrete streets, patch must be made with concrete, and finished per standard specs.  Two epoxy coated ½” rebar must be tied to existing concrete.  On asphalt streets, subgrade must be backfilled with a self-compacting material such as pea stone or clear stone and surface patched with hot mix asphalt of a similar mix design as existing.  Core hole locations must be reported prior to the work being performed.

·     Diamond panels at intersecting joints will be acceptable if they are less than 4’ wide in any direction.

·     Stake holes up to 1” wide may be patched with tar.

·     Permanent sidewalks repairs may be done by the contractor and must be full panels.

·     On main arterials and collectors (salt routes) backfill material must be slurry. (see link on city website for salt routes)

·    The City Engineer shall require action of the permit holders, on behalf of the public, to limit damage to streets and reduced pavement life through the policies and permit charges.

 

Any questions regarding this schedule or questions regarding the restoration procedure should be forwarded to the Operations Division of DPI at (920) 686-6550.

 

City Engineer Not to Approve Permit.

No permit shall be approved by the City Engineer to any person, firm or corporation for the purposes mentioned in Section 7.12 of the Municipal Code in the event the applicant has failed to comply with all the ordinances, rules and regulations of the City.