Can I install an irrigation system within the right of way?

We generally discourage this because we can’t guarantee it won’t be damaged by a construction project by the City or a utility company.  Any damage to private irrigation systems within the right of way will be the property owners’ responsibility to repair.  For any work being done in the right of way, the City recommends the property owner get a no-fee permit.

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5. How do I dispose of large appliances?
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9. Can I install an irrigation system within the right of way?
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