City of Rye, NY
Department of Engineering
|Ryan Coyne, PE
Description of Services
The Department of Engineering provides engineering service and advice to all agencies and departments of the City; prepares and administers contracts for major public work projects and purchases; reviews all proposed improvements submitted to the Planning Commission for code compliance in the area of surface water control, erosion control, and adequacy of road, sewer and utility plans; administers various street opening and obstruction permits; provides field inspection for all of the above and oversees the administration of the Department of Public Works.
Reviews and administers permit applications:
- Filling and Dredging
- Excavation on Public Property - Excavation includes house sewer lateral repairs and installations, sidewalk repairs and replacements, curb repairs and installations, and driveway installation. All of the above requires a permit.
- Commercial Sites Under Construction - This includes reviewing and inspection of the drainage and sewer improvements that will be connected to the City sewer or drainage systems. This type of work requires a permit.
- Permits for all Obstruction on Public Streets - This includes dumpsters, construction equipment, and materials. All of the above requires a permit.
- Surface Water, Erosion and Sedimentation Control - This includes the installation of driveways, patios, walkways, changing the grade of the land, and the installation of a private drainage systems. All of the above requires a permit.
- Provide Sewer Main and Drainage Line Information - The Engineering Department provides the location, size, type, and depths of sewer mains and drainage lines.
- Inspections of Subdivision Under Construction - The inspections are performed on the proposed sewers, drainage and roadways. These inspections are performed to insure the new improvements are constructed in accordance with the subdivision approval.
- Right-of-Way Permit - Utility Companies
- Right-of-Way Permit
- Right-of-Way Details and Specifications
- Crosswalk Policy
- Surface Water, Erosion and Sediment Permit
- Benchmark Map
- Benchmark Descriptions
Ryan Coyne, PE, City Engineer, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org