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No, if the rainwater can flow to the street or your property only. Rainwater shall not flow to your house, garage or to an adjoining property.
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Yes, any repairs to or new driveway requires a paving permit. Visit the Building Forms page to find the permit form you need.
View the current Fee Schedule (PDF) to determine the costs of your permit.
Yes, permits are required for both. Visit the Building Forms page to obtain applications for your permits.
No, wire mesh is not required but is strongly recommended in the driveway. Wire mesh is not permitted in the public sidewalk or public apron.
Gravel no larger than 2 inches in diameter or other material approved by the Building Department; to learn more about what materials are approved, contact the Building Department by calling 216-635-4201.
You can construct the driveway up to but not on the property line.
It must be tied into the storm sewer. Drains inside of a garage must be connected to the sanitary sewer.
Call 216-635-4203 for final inspection when the asphalt driveway is completed.