Permits - Highway Department

You must obtain a Wood County Highway permit for the following:

DRIVEWAY INSTALLATION

Cost: $20.00

Any time a new access point is needed off of a County Trunk Highway, you will need to obtain a “driveway permit”. You must also obtain the permit if a revision or addition is made to any existing driveway/access point. See the driveway permit for construction details and restrictions.

Contact: Bernard Karaliunas, 715-424-7403, bkaraliunas@co.wood.wi.us

Driveway Permit Application

UTILITY PERMIT

Application: $ 25.00
Boring Fee: $ 25.00
Open Cut Fee: $ 250.00

Permit to construct, operate and maintain utilities within highway right-of-way.

Contact: Justin Green, 715-424-7412, jgreen@co.wood.wi.us

Utility Permit Application

OVERSIZED / OVERWEIGHT LOAD

Oversized Cost: $ 25.00
Overweight Cost: $ 50.00

When moving an oversized load on any Wood County Trunk Highway, whereby the load will be over length, width, height, or weight, you must obtain an Oversized Load Permit.

Contact: Diane Bannerman, 715-421-8875, dbannerman@co.wood.wi.us

Oversized Load Permit Application

SPECIAL EVENT – DETOUR

No fee

Permit to be obtained whenever there is a type of function or gathering that is to take place on a County Trunk Highway whereby traffic is to be delayed or detoured.

Contact: Diane Bannerman, 715-421-8875, dbannerman@co.wood.wi.us

Special Event Permit Application

IMPLEMENTS OF HUSBANDRY

No fee

Permit to be obtained whenever there is a need to operate Implements of Husbandry (IoH) and Agricultural Commercial Vehicles (Ag CMV) over the new weight and length limits pursuant to Wisconsin Act 377 on any Wood County Trunk Highway.

Contact: Justin Green, 715-424-7412, jgreen@co.wood.wi.us

No Fee Permit Application For All Self Propelled, Towed, or Attached Implements of Husbandry and Agricultural Commercial Motor Vehicles

The following link takes you to the Wisconsin Department of Transportation website. After you have accessed the page, click on "Local Government Resolutions and Ordinances" and you can see the option that each municipality has chosen.

http://www.dot.wisconsin.gov/business/ag/index.htm

NOTE: PERMITS STATED ABOVE HAVE THEIR OWN GENERAL REQUIREMENTS, RESTRICTIONS, PROVISIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS AND SOME WILL HAVE SPECIAL PROVISIONS ATTACHED TO THE PERMIT WHICH ARE TOO NUMEROUS TO HIGHLIGHT ABOVE. PLEASE READ EACH PERMIT IN ITS ENTIRETY FOR ALL REQUIREMENTS/RESTRICTIONS.

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