The City’s GIS Mapping system gives citizens quick, easy access to information overlayed on maps of the City. Property ownership, … ContinuedRead More
The Engineering Department supervises planning, designing, administering, inspecting and overseeing the construction of roadways, bridges, traffic signals,
sanitary sewers, water mains, storm drains, park improvements, & Geographical Information Systems (GIS) Mapping, including privately funded projects for public use.
Additional information and standards are available through the links shown on the right or at the bottom of this page: Capitol Improvements, Infrastructure Planning, Mapping, Technical Specifications, & Stormwater Management.
Traffic & permit applications
Quick links for traffic calming and Engineering permit applications are provided below.
- Traffic Calming Request (speed hump)
- Easement and Right of Way Closing
- Floodplain Mapping and Development
- Right-of-Way Construction Permit
- Right-of-Way Closing
Floodplain Development Requirements
Any development activity within the floodplain requires approval of a flood development permit issued by the City’s Engineering Department. This requirement is meant to protect your property and that of others by controlling alteration and development in flood prone areas. A floodplain development permit will be required for activities such as building or enlarging a structure, placing a manufactured home, mining, dredging, filling, grading, drilling, excavating, landscaping, installing a fence, storing supplies and/or equipment, repairing roads or bridges, placing a fuel storage tank and placing a recreational vehicle. In addition to the City’s flood development permit, any proposed work involving a structure must also have an elevation certificate submitted with the floodplain development permit.
Flood Insurance: Answers To Homeowners Most Frequently Asked Questions
For a complete list of the City’s ongoing capital projects, see City of Bartlesville Capital Projects.