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COVID-19 Updates and Information.
What's new at the UP Library.
Apply for the 2020-21 Youth Advisory Commission.
Information about the 2020 Census.
The Arbor - March 2020.
Addressing street flooding near Caruith Park.
City event cancellations due to COVID-19.
"Right-of-way" refers to physical space on or along streets and alleys. Local, State and Federal laws give many private entities the right to use the public rights-of-way for their business purposes. Gas, electric, telecommunications, and cable television are a few of the functions that occupy the rights-of-way owned by the City of University Park. In an attempt to ensure the health, safety and welfare of its residents, the City of University Park attempts to monitor and coordinate the use of the rights-of-way by private entities through its right-of-way management practices. The City's right-of-way management function is an extension of the Engineering Division and is responsible for ensuring that all work done on public property is performed in accordance with all applicable regulations and construction standards. Furthermore, the City attempts to oversee and coordinate construction or utility work to minimize any negative impact to surrounding property owners.
The City's right-of-way management staff can be of assistance with the following issues: