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An excavation license, also known as a contractor's license or a digging permit, is a legal authorization granted to individuals or companies to conduct excavation work in a specific jurisdiction. This license is typically required to ensure compliance with safety regulations and to protect underground utilities, infrastructure, and the general public during excavation activities.
Excavation licenses are required whenever an excavation or underground work is planned within the Town’s right of way. The specific requirements and regulations for obtaining an excavation license can vary depending on the jurisdiction. However, in general, the process may involve the following:
Allow for 5-10 business days.