How does someone become a licensed Concrete Worker in De Pere?

All contractors wishing to become licensed in the City of De Pere to perform concrete work in the right-of-way must complete the City application, provide a $5,000 surety bond issued by their insurance company, and pay the application fee. Upon approval, contractors will be added to the list of licensed concrete workers available to residents. The application packet for becoming a licensed concrete worker can be found here.

How do I apply for an Excavation Permit?

Contractors and utility companies wishing to work in the City right-of-way must complete the City of De Pere Excavation Permit and have it reviewed and approved prior to starting work. The City Excavation Permit can be found here.

How do I close a street temporarily?

Residents, contractors, and utility companies wishing to close a street or section of street, must first get a Street Closure Permit reviewed and approved. Traffic control maps must accompany the applications.

How do I close my sidewalk temporarily?

Residents, contractors, and utility companies wishing to close a sidewalk or section of sidewalk, must first get a Sidewalk Closure Permit reviewed and approved. Maps showing fencing and/or barricade locations must accompany the applications.

How do I apply for a Block Party Permit? 

Block Party applications are supplied and approved through the Police Department

How do I apply for a curb cut?

Curb cuts applications are reviewed through the Building Inspection Department

How do I request grade stakes?

Grade applications are reviewed and stakes are requested through the Building Inspection Department

How do I apply for Noise Ordinance Exemption?

Contractors requesting to work outside of designated work times, must apply for a Noise Ordinance Exemption. The forms can be found here