A. All activity shall be conducted in accordance with any requirements and restrictions in the permit.
B. Streets, alleys, or sidewalks shall not be obstructed with material, equipment, or excavated materials except as expressly authorized under the permit.
C. Where the activity interferes with, or creates a hazard to pedestrians, a walkway shall be constructed and maintained in compliance with the rules and regulations of the transportation/engineering official issued under section 8-2-20 of this chapter.
D. The activity shall not interfere with traffic in any street or alley, except as expressly authorized by permit.
E. The activity shall be conducted in a careful and prudent manner to avoid damage to public and private property, including trees, shrubs, plants or vegetation, utilities, sewers, storm drains or other installations; provided further, the permit expressly may authorize interference with city owned trees or vegetation.
F. Trenching operations and construction, including pavement breakage, excavation, installation, backfilling and patching, under any permit shall not exceed a maximum aggregate distance of one thousand feet (1,000') at any one time; and prior to proceeding with any further segment of construction the street shall be patched, all debris removed, and the street cleaned.
G. Any excavation shall be backfilled in accordance with the specifications designated by the transportation/engineering official pursuant to section 8-2-20 of this chapter.
H. Upon completion of work authorized by the permit, the permittee shall restore the surface in accordance with the specifications issued by the transportation/engineering official pursuant to section 8-2-20 of this chapter.
I. During street excavations, pedestrian crossings as designated by the rules and regulations of the transportation/engineering official pursuant to section 8-2-20 of this chapter shall be maintained at intervals not exceeding three hundred feet (300').
J. Access shall be provided to fire hydrants and fire valves at all times.
K. Any excavation shall proceed in a manner which imposes the minimum annoyance and inconvenience to traffic, pedestrians and adjacent properties, and the excavation site shall, to the extent possible, be maintained free from dust and other construction related inconveniences.
L. Any excavation shall provide lateral, sublateral, adjacent, and overhead support to surrounding embankments, substructures, pavement, buildings and surrounding property in accordance with regulations issued by the transportation/engineering official under section 8-2-20 of this chapter.
M. Any service pipe, main pipe, conduit, duct, or other installation, with the exception of manholes, culverts, and catchbasins shall be installed a minimum distance of two feet (2') beneath the surface on any public property, with the exception of parkway in which the minimum distance shall be sixteen inches (16").
N. Barricades and warning lights shall at all times be maintained in the vicinity of any excavation in accordance with the rules and regulations issued by the transportation/engineering official pursuant to section 8-2-20 of this chapter.
O. No person engaged in the performance of work associated with apermit issued pursuant to this chapter shall interfere with the normal flow of vehicular traffic without using a flagman or flagmen.
P. No person managing a work site and no person directing vehicles which are delivering or picking up goods or materials shall permit the staging of those vehicles in a public right of way. For purposes of this subsection, the term "staging" shall be defined as stopping a vehicle in the public right of way at or near the entrance to a construction site behind another vehicle that is awaiting the delivery or pick up of goods or materials. (Ord. 90-O-2088, eff. 2-8-1990)