Site/Road Permits

Site/Road Permit Applications


Site/Road Permit applications are completed online. Please go to the ePermits Online Portal and enter the information directly into the County’s Online Permit System. Online submissions are applicable to the following case types:
Site Road construction, dirt foundation for road, construction equipment, gravel
Work Description Site/Road Case Types
SITE/ROAD APPLICATIONS  
• Site Development Concept Plan* SWM or PSWM for peer review
• Street Grade Establishment Plan* SGE or PSGE for peer review
• Site Development Rough Grading Permit* SDRG or PSDRG for peer review
• Site Development Fine Grading Permit* SDFG or PSDFG for peer review
• Street Construction Permit* SCP or PSCP for peer review
• Residential Driveway Permit DW
• Haul Road/Timber Harvesting Permit HAUL
• Oversized Overweight Vehicle Permit OSOW
• Special Permit SPEC
• Special Drain Permit SDRN
   
100-YEAR FLOODPLAIN STUDY APPLICATIONS  
100-Year Floodplain Study* FLOOD or PFLOOD for peer review
   
SPECIAL UTILITY PERMIT APPLICATIONS  
Special Utility Permit* SU
   
CELL TOWER APPLICATIONS  
Small Wireless Antennas and Facilities in the Right-of-Way* DPIE Cell Tower ROWay
   
*Asterisks indicate mandatory ePlan use.  

Process Overview


Once the application is completed online, the customer’s information is entered directly into the County’s permitting system. After the permit case has been processed, customers can upload site/road plans for review via our ePlan online application.

Use of ePlan is mandatory for the case types listed above with asterisks (*).  Site/Road Permit applications and plans are not accepted through the mail.  Site/Road Applications and Plans may be left in the drop box in front of DPIE Headquarters at 9400 Peppercorn Place, Largo, MD 20774 and/or through our electronic plan (ePlan) review process.  For questions pertaining to the ePlan review and submission process, please e-mail us at eplan@co.pg.md.us or call 301-636-2060.  For instructions on using our ePlan system, please view the User Guides at the bottom of this page or visit the ePlan page for additional information.

Revisions to previously issued permits may also be processed using ePlan. Please review Techno-gram 002-2020 for further guidance on processing permit revisions.

For more information, including Agencies involved in the Permitting Process, view DPIE's Information about the Process web page.

Related Documents

Please use the 2.0 Guide for all new applications.