Note: Engineering Design Criteria Manual [EDCM] - Revision Process
The Engineering Design Criteria Manual [EDCM] is actively in the revision process for approximately the next 18-24 months. During this time the Public Works Transportation Engineering Division will be collecting recommendations for changes to sections of the EDCM.
Transportation Engineering staff regulates the public Rights-of-Way within the City of Sarasota. Public Right-of-Way refers to the area of land dedicated for public use, located between parcels of privately owned land. These include streets, alleys, parkways, sidewalks, drainage facilities, and other infrastructure. The Right-of-Way is typically dedicated for pedestrian and vehicular movement but can be used for other purposes such as the placement of landscaping, signage, public art, lighting and the placement of private and public utility equipment, both above and below ground. A Right-of-Way permit or Encroachment Agreement issued from the City is required in order to construct or place structures or objects in, or otherwise blocking access to, the public Right-of-Way. Click Here to view our Brochure of additional information and fees. The Transportation Engineering Division is located on the Third floor of the City Hall Annex Bldg. and permitting hours are10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Monday through Friday, except holidays. Click below for Right-of-Way Permit forms and information.
- Alex DavisShaw P.E., P.T.O.E. – City Engineer
- Application for Right-of-Way Use and Erosion/Siltation Control
- ROW Transmittal AND Maintenance of Traffic (M.O.T.) Form
- Minor Encroachment Agreements