Step 1: Locate your facility location
- Use one of the search options below to find the location of your sign. Alternatively, you can pan and/or zoom directly to the location by using the city map. Click and drag to pan, and use the +/- buttons to zoom in or out.
- Click the map on or near your sign locaton. A red point will appear where you have clicked, marking the location.
- SWF Checklist - Use this checklist to help gather all the required information and documents.
*Once you have located your site, if an address is found, our system will fill in the 'Address' portion of the form below. If more than 1 address is found, it will choose the first address returned by the system. Please fill in any missing information, or correct any information you feel is incorrect.
Step 2: Fill out the following application
* Indicates required information (Do not leave blank)
Please limit file name to 30 characters and do not use any special characters in your file name (for example *,@,$,-,', ect). Spaces are allowed.
- Applicant’s notarized authorization of representative (if applicable)
- Engineered drawings meeting the requirements of Section 11-3(d)(iv)
- Plans for a larger network of planned Small Wireless Facilities (if subject site is part of larger planned network)
- Visual evidence and surveys demonstrating the visibility, height, type, and characteristics of the existing Utility Poles, utility structures, and equipment located within five hundred (500’) linear feet of the proposed installation of the Small Wireless Facility, Utility Pole, Wireless Support Structure or Decorative Pole
- Picture of the Utility Pole, Wireless Support Structure, or Decorative Pole upon which the SWF will be installed
- Documentation, both written and visual, demonstrating how the Small Wireless Facility, Utility Pole, Wireless Support Structure or Decorative Pole are consistent with both: (i) the overall design and character of the neighborhood and locations in which it will be placed, and with publicly available planned improvements to those neighborhoods; and (ii) with the corridor in which they may be placed, including publicly available planned corridor improvements, including, but not limited to, planned undergrounding of utilities.