All contractors working within the Ogden City Right-of-Way must be currently licensed in the State of Utah, carrying one of the classifications on the adjacent table. Licenses will be verified through DOPL (Utah Division of Professional Licensing)
The classifications highlighted in yellow are allowed to excavate deeper than 12 inches in the Right-of-Way (with the required insurance & bonding). The R100 and S260 are allowed to excavate up to 12" for paving purposes.
Handyman Licenses: Those holding Handyman Licenses with none of the other permitted licensures are not permitted to work in the City Right-of-Way
Insurance & Bonding
All contractors working within the Ogden City Right-of-Way MUST meet the minimum insurance & bonding requirements.
Certificate of Insurance (COI) - All contractors must have a minimum of $1,000,000 Liability coverage and $4,000,000 combined Aggregate coverage. The Aggregate coverage can be a combination of the General Aggregate amount and an Umbrella Policy. See Example
Bond - The performance bond required by Ogden City is called a License & Permit Bond. All contractors excavating deeper than 12 inches in the Right-of-Way must have a $25,000 bond. Those contractors that are only doing paving and flatwork can carry a $5,000 bond. These bonds are not cash bonds, but bonds that can be acquired through insurance agents for a prescribed period of time (2 years to continuous). See Example
It is typically the contractor (or subcontractor) that is doing the work that must carry the insurance and bonding. It is allowable for a General Contractor to include subcontractors on their coverage at their own risk.
It is NOT allowable to combine multiple policies from different companies to meet the mimimum Insurance and Bond requirements.