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Get your driveway or parking permit right here at the Transportation and Public Works Department. Please call us at 706-613-3440 or visit the Forms and Documents Page to make sure you have what you need to apply for your permit. You can apply on-line or in person at our office located at 120 W. Dougherty St.
Call the Athens-Clarke County Streets and Drainage Division at 706-613-3465 for potholes on a public street. We will issue a work order and go out to fix the problem as soon as possible. If the pothole is on a privately owned street or parking lot, contact the property owner or property management company to have it repaired.
Athens-Clarke County does not allow the placement of dumpsters or "Pods" in the public right of way. If the property is in the downtown district, call the Downtown Parking Authority to inquire about renting parking spaces, 706-613-7978.
Any time that you are working within the ACC right of way. If you need to work within the right of way, please fill out a permit application, submit a drawing of proposed work within the right of way as well as the $115.00 permitting fee (cash, check or credit card).
Our office has a listing of the right of ways for each street within Athens Clarke County; however, for your particular address ,a survey or recorded deed documents are the most accurate.
Dead animals that are located on a State Highway in Athens-Clarke County will be picked up by the Georgia Department of Transportation, please contact them at 706-583-2644.
Who you contact depends on where the drainage issue is located:
No. Driveways and the drainage pipes under them are the property owner's responsibility to maintain and clean. For questions about driveway and driveway pipe maintenance, call the Streets & Drainage Division at 706-613-3465.
If you notice an issue on a non-residential road causing safety concerns for vehicles, pedestrians, or bicyclists, you can contact the Vision Zero Specialist (firstname.lastname@example.org). When staff receives a notice about a safety concern from citizens, ACC staff or Commissioners, a Road Safety Audit is scheduled where staff from various departments conduct a field review. During this review, staff walks the area in question to look for issues such as site distance, vehicle speed, trip hazards or poor storm drainage then makes recommendations to the appropriate ACC department/division to remedy the problem.