What are the fees for a sewer lateral repair/removal/replacement?

Trenchless Method: $1,490.58 including the $500 refundable deposit

Open Trench Method: $2,490.58 including the $1,500 refundable deposit

For any plumbing work done in the public right-of-way, an encroachment permit is required. A permit from the Building Division is also required if any plumbing work takes place on the property.

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1. What are the Engineering fees for an Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU)?
2. What are the Engineering fees for a new Single Family Home?
3. What are the sewer fees for a commercial property?
4. What are the fees for a sewer lateral repair/removal/replacement?
5. How long is an encroachment permit good for?
6. Who is responsible for the sidewalk within the public right-of-way?
7. Does the City of Concord offer pilot programs for sidewalk assistance?
8. What are the fees and details for an encroachment permit for sidewalk and/or driveway approach removal and replacement?
9. What is the fee for an extension of a Utility, Grading, and Encroachment permit?
10. What are the fees for converting from septic tank to sewer?
11. Is an encroachment permit required for work on a private driveway?
12. How much does a POD/dumpster permit cost and how long is it good for?
13. Do I need a permit for a new pool or to demolish an existing pool?
14. Where can I find information about which trees are “Protected Trees”?
15. How do I schedule an inspection for my permit?
16. If my property has been removed from the Flood Zone, what information do I need to provide to my mortgage company?
17. Where can I find information about Capital Improvement Program projects?
18. Where can I find information about Stormwater Management?