A. The city engineer will endeavor to review the permit application within ten days of its acceptance. If the city engineer concludes that the work can comply with the provisions of this chapter, the city engineer may grant the permit and shall include such terms and conditions as are required by the code and/or as necessary to protect the public health, safety and welfare.
B. The following conditions shall apply to every permit, and shall be in addition to any conditions particular to a specific permit:
1. All permits shall be permissive and shall be subject to the public right of travel on and access to the right-of-way.
2. The applicant shall have secured all other necessary or required permits, licenses or legal approvals.
3. The applicant is responsible for complying with all applicable local, state and federal health and safety codes, standards, regulations and/or accepted industry standards. It is the responsibility of the applicant to insure that their work force and the public are guarded against any hazards arising from activities of the applicant or its agents.
4. The applicant shall furnish, place and maintain all required traffic-control devices (both vehicular and pedestrian). Signing and traffic control provided by applicant shall comply with the current edition of the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices, published by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and as approved by the Washington Department of Transportation.
5. Any traffic restriction shall be approved by city officials.
6. All work performed shall conform to the design standards and specifications of the city, and all standard manuals used by the city in the administration of its duties.
7. Restoration shall be required and completed within the designated duration of the permit.
8. Right-of-way surfaces shall be cleaned prior to the end of each day’s operation, and all catch basins, culverts or other city-owned improvements affected by any deposit of dirt, mud, rock, debris or other material shall be cleaned as specified by the city engineer.
9. No permit shall be assigned without the written agreement of the city.