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General Permit Rules and Regulations
- Exhibit H-1 Public Works Engineering & Maintenance Operation Division Fees
- Exhibit H-2 Discretionary Projects Fee Calculation for Inspection
- Exhibit H-2 Discretionary Projects Fee Calculation for Plan Check
- Exhibit H-2 Itemized Cost Estimate for Improvements
- Exhibit H-3 Sanitation Refuse Collection Fees
1. Authority: Permits are issued pursuant to Chapter 9.08 of Title 9 of the Culver City Municipal Code.
2. Standards: All work shall be performed in accordance with the latest edition of the Standard Specifications for Public Works Construction and other City requirements.
3. Acceptance of Provisions: Permittee agrees that the performance of any work under this permit shall constitute an acceptance by the Permittee of all provisions hereof.
4. Notice Prior to Starting Work: Prior to starting any work authorized herein, Permittee shall provide at least one working day's notice to the City's Engineering Division at (310) 253-5610 for initial and any subsequent inspection.
5. Keep Permit on Work Site: Permits shall be kept at the site of work and upon request must be shown to any representative of the City Engineer or any law enforcement officer.
6. Construction Barricades: Construction barricades are to be in place prior to starting work and are to remain in place until work is completed. Barricades must be kept on all trenches, excavations and obstructions. All warning and safety devices shall conform to the current edition of W.A.T.C.H. (Work Area Traffic Control Handbook).
7. Access to Fire Hydrants and Adjacent Property: Access to fire hydrants shall be maintained at all times. Access to adjacent property shall be provided as directed by the City Engineer.
8. Underground Service Alert: Permittee must notify Underground Service Alert (USA) at 800-422-4133 at least 48 hours in advance of start of work for location of underground utilities.
9. NPDES (National Polluant Discharge Elimination System) Requirement: Permittee shall comply with all NPDES Permit Regulations and Requirements. These requirements and forms may be obtained from the Engineering Division and must be completed and approved by the Division prior to issuance of this permit.
10. Sewer Location: Permittee shall be responsible for accurately determining the horizontal and vertical location of mainline and lateral sewers.
11. Clean-up of Right-of-Way: Upon completion of work, all brush, timber, scraps and other materials and debris shall be entirely removed and the right-of-way left in a condition satisfactory to the City Engineer.
12. Maintenance and Repair: Permittee shall promptly make any and all repairs to the public right-of-way or underground utilities that are damaged by the work authorized by their permit. These repairs shall be to the satisfaction of the City Engineer.
13. Storage of Materials: Absolutely no stockpiling of material will be allowed in the street or sidewalk unless authorized by this permit.
14. All excavations must be backfilled within 3 days.
15. Concrete Specification: All concrete shall be 2500 psi unless otherwise specified.
16. Liability Insurance: Permittee shall obtain at their sole cost, and keep in full force and effect during the term of their permit, and for one year thereafter, broad form property damage, personal injury, automobile, employer's and comprehensive liability insurance in at least the minimum limits specified in Part 1, Section 7 of the Standard Specifications. The City, its officers, agents and employees, shall be named as an additional insured under the policy. The policy shall stipulate that such insurance will operate as primary insurance, and that no other insurance maintained by the City will be called upon to cover any loss.
17. Liability of Damages: Permittee shall indemnify, hold harmless and defend, in any actions at law or in equity, the City of Culver City, its officers, employees, agents, and elective and appointed boards from all claims, losses, damage, including property damage, personal injury, including death, and liability of every kind, nature and description arising out of or in any way connected with the work performed pursuant to this permit by Permittee, or any contractor or subcontractor. This indemnification shall extend to claims, losses, damage, injury and liability for injuries occurring after completion of the work, as well as during the work's progress.
18. Permit Duration: Permits shall expire 60 days after they are issued, unless otherwise specified by the City Engineer. A 60-day extension may be obtained, at the discretion of the City Engineer, with payment of the original fee and any adjustments that may be required. The City Engineer, upon 30 day's written notice, may terminate any permit.