Right-of-Way

For anyone conducting work within or interacting with a Public Right-of-Way (ROW) in Navajo County;  a Right-of-Way Use Permit is required. The ROW refers to the easement or fee title dedication a road in its entirety and contains the travel surface, shoulders, recovery zone, drainage, and back slope.

The permit will identify rules and requirements for conducting work within a public right-of-way. When working on a County Maintained Road, this will also coordinate with our Highway Maintenance Team for installing culverts, review for adding a new access, installing mailboxes, events, or special usages. Permits also help to keep our crews informed about what work they can expect to see or have to schedule around.

Traffic Control Plans are specific detail plans depicting where signs will be located, how traffic will be routed, and identify any controlling measures.  Part 6 of the Manual of Uniformed Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD) has both information and example traffic control measures.

ROW Use Forms

We recommend printing out and reading the Specifications and Detail pages. These ae the conditions set forth for any work being down within public ROW.

ROW Details, Specifications, and Information

Directions for ROW Permit Application

Office Drop

Print out permit application on your printer. Fill in all required fields and sign. Stop by and give application to Administrative staff at:

Navajo County Public Works
1100 E Thornton Road
Show Low, AZ 85901

Navajo County Public Works
100 W Public Works Drive
Holbrook, AZ, 86025

Your must include:

  1. Job Prints
  2. Traffic Control Plan

Failure to do so may result in significant delays and/or denial of your permit application.

US Mail

Print out permit application on your printer. Fill in all required fields and sign. Mail to:

Navajo County Department. Of Public Works
1100 E Thornton Road
Show Low, AZ 85901

Your must include:

  1. A Stamp and Self Addressed Envelope
  2. Job Prints
  3. Traffic Control Plan

Failure to do so may result in significant delays and/or denial of your permit application.

Fax

Print out the permit application on your printer. Fill in all required fields and sign. Fax to:

Navajo County Department of Public Works
Fax: 928-535-6085

Your must include:

  1. A Return Fax Number
  2. Job Prints
  3. Traffic Control Plan

Failure to do so may result in significant delays and/or denial of your permit application.