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It is typical for residential lots to have utility easements over the property. These utility easements are typically along the edges of the property and are dedicated to the utility company’s use at the time when the lot is created and the neighborhood record plan is filed with Greene County. The utility company is permitted to install and maintain their lines within these utility easement areas. If there are questions about the location of utility easements on your property, please contact the city's engineering division by calling (937) 427-5513 for assistance.
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The City of Beavercreek's Engineering Division requires a permit for any work conducted within a right-of-way. This includes, but is not limited to, driveway apron reconstruction, driveway construction or reconstruction, utility cuts, and utility work within the right-of-way. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (937) 427-5513.
The utility company has the right to install and maintain their lines within a utility easement. The City cannot regulate the work of utility companies within dedicated utility easements.
The utility company is responsible for planning, maintaining, and repairing their lines within utility easements or within city road right-of-way. The city is not involved in the planning or financing of utility expansions.
The utility company is responsible for any necessary repairs to the property due to their work. If there are questions about which utility company caused the damage, please contact the engineering division by calling (937) 427-5513 and staff will work to get you in contact with the proper person.
The utility company is permitted to install their lines within the public road right-of-way if they have been granted a permit for the installation by the city.
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