The City of Hurst has adopted a new platform when applying for a Right of Way permit.
All work performed within the public right of way (street and/or easement) requires a right of way permit.
Anyone digging or doing aerial work, including tree trimming, for private development or for a franchise utility company in the public right-of-way is required to obtain a permit.
For more detailed information about the City's Right-of-Way & Construction Permitting, please click here.
Please click here to get registered & started:
For any work involving cutting public streets, curbs, sidewalks and drive approaches and/or making taps on public utilities, a bond will be required in addition to a right of way permit. Links to standard bond forms can be found below.