App. Status: Completed
Valid: 09/23/2013 - 11/29/2013McLeod County Public Works
1400 Adams Street SE
Hutchinson, MN 55350
Phone: (320) 484-4321
Fax: (320) 234-6971
|When is construction scheduled to begin:||
|When is construction scheduled to be complete:||
|County Road Number:||13|
|Which side of County Road:||N|
|Road Type:||County Highway|
|Cross Road, Intersection or Landmark:||US 212|
|Direction from Cross Road, Intersection or Landmark:||S|
|Distance from Cross Road, Intersection, or Landmark:||0.59 Feet|
|Width of Existing entrance:||50 feet 0 inches|
|Road ditch depth at entrance:||4 feet 0 inches|
NOTICE TO APPLICANT:
The application for and receipt of this entrance permit only satisfies the requirements of the McLeod County Highway Department.
Any other permits or clearances which may be required are the responsibility of the landowner.
If the intent is to construct a building, either at the same time as the entrance or at a future date, it is recommended the McLeod County Zoning Office be contacted to discuss possible future requirements in an effort to make the entrance compatible with future building requirements.
If the proposed entrance is part of a subdivision, be sure the proposed entrance location meets all subdivision equirements.
No work under this application is to be started until application is approved and the permit issued. If work is not completed within 12 months of date of application approval, this permit is void.
The applicant must maintain present drainage patterns.
The landowner shall provide and install the necessary pipe and aprons for the driveway. The pipe and aprons shall be "like" the pipe and aprons through the majority of driveways along the same road and within one mile of the improvement unless another type of pipe is specifically approved by the Highway Engineer.
All pipe to be installed shall require the inspection and acceptance of the Highway Engineer prior to the covering of the pipe.
The landowner may purchase pipe and aprons from the Highway Department's available stock at the price listed in the current fee schedule. These prices are set by the McLeod County Board of Commissioners and subject to change at any time. Pipe and aprons can be delivered to the driveway location for a fee as listed in the current fee schedule.
Permittee must place stakes in exact location of the proposed driveway prior to highway department review and again prior to culvert delivery.
If any excavation is to take place "Gopher State One Call" is to be notified. (800) 252-1166.
Where work on traveled roadway is necessary, traffic must be protected, and signing and proper barricades must be placed in accordance with the engineer's standards.
The landowner shall furnish and place all soils needed in the construction or reconstruction of the driveway embankment.
Side slopes shall be 4:1 (1' rise to 4' run) and made of soil. No walls of landscape timber, concrete, or rock, shall be permitted in the right-of-way for reasons of safety. On various roads the side slopes shall be 6:1 due to previous safety designs on that road. These special requirements shall be identified in the remarks section if required.
The Landowner will surface with gravel that portion of the driveway within the roadway limits. The gravel surfacing shall be a minimum of 6 inches in depth and uniformly spread.
The landowner may surface that portion of the driveway within the roadway limits using materials other than gravel provided the landowner has obtained the approval of the Highway Engineer prior to the start of the work. This surfacing shall be at the landowners expense.
No foreign material such as dirt, gravel, or bituminous shall be left or deposited on the road during the construction permit.
The roadside must be cleaned after work is completed and restored to a condition similar to that prior to construction
After construction is completed the permittee shall notify the Highway Department Office that the work has been completed and is ready for approval by the Engineer.
No changes or alternations in construction may be made at anytime without written permission from the Engineer
Only one driveway access to a residential lot shall be permitted. Wherever possible the one driveway access shall be located along a side lot line and shall be constructed to serve more than one existing or possible residential lot. Any new residential access driveway proposed to not be located along the side lot line shall require special consideration and approval from the McLeod County Board prior to the issuance of a driveway access permit by the County Engineer.
The landowner shall provide an area within a residential or business lot for turning around vehicles to permit forward movements onto county roads.
Further, the owner, his successors and assigns, hereby release the County of McLeod, its offices and agents, from any and all liability and claims concerning the hereinbefore described request.
If use of entrance changes a new permit must be requested for approval.
Invoice #1162 (09/23/2013)
| added 09/23/2013 3:05 PM
To widen existing entrance, no change in use.
|Applicant||John Brunkhorst - 09/23/2013 3:05 PM|
|#1 County Engineer/Designee||John Brunkhorst - 09/23/2013 3:08 PM|