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Frequently Asked
Questions

What type of maintenance bond does the City require for construction of public improvements?
The City of Keller requires a two-year, 100% maintenance bond for all public improvements constructed in the city.
 
How do I apply for and obtain a grading permit?
The Public Works Engineering Division will issue a grading permit for general earthwork after a grading plan showing proposed grading and erosion control measures (including a stormwater pollution prevention plan if necessary) has been submitted and approved. 
 
Can I build anything in an easement?
You should not construct any structures within an easement. One exception, however, is that fencing may be placed in some easements subject to local deed restrictions. Please contact Community Development at 817-743-4130 for info. 
 
How do I abandon an easement?
Contact Community Development at 817-743-4130 to
obtain an easement abandonment form and further information. You will need to have a surveyor prepare an exhibit and metes and bounds description of the area to be abandoned. You will also need to provide documentation that private utility companies that have rights to use the easement do not object to the abandonment. 
 
The new construction behind my house is causing a lot of dirt and sediment to enter my yard. Can anything be done?
The developer of a subdivision or a commercial site is required to maintain pollution control on the property until adequate vegetation is established. Call 817-743-4080.

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