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Dumpster Permit Information
Dumpster permits are required, if the container is on public property, such as a street or a sidewalk. Generally, these permits are falling underclass of permits to occupy the public right of way or permit to use the street. Cities' building departments or public works are issuing and enforcing these permits.
Dumpster permits are not required if the container is going on privately owned land such as a driveway. If your neighborhood has a homeowners association, you may also need permission from them before placing a dumpster on a residential street.
How to Obtain a Dumpster Permit
The permit obtaining process may vary from city to city. Usually, it is obtained by the container service provider. However, sometimes the dumpster service provider can not apply for one and the customer is responsible for obtaining the permit.
To find out if your location requires a dumpster rental permit please give us a call or contact your city/town public works department.
Find Out if Your Location Requires a Dumpster Permit
Give us a call at 1-920-409-4477 and we will help you to obtain one.
If we can not obtain the required permits and you are responsible for obtaining the required permits, you should contact your city's public works and they will help you with the application process.
Generally, the application is completed within the same day; however, sometimes special permissions may delay the process. The fees for the permits vary from city to city depending on the project and duration.
Please note: if the neighborhood has a homeowners association, please check their ordinances as well, And if required, obtain the necessary permission for using a dumpster.