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Yes, if work is proposed in the County public road right-of-way. Yes, if work on private property exceeds 5,000 square feet of land disturbance. A residential driveway permit is required for homeowners and a street construction permit is required for commercial properties.
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The driveway apron is the portion of the driveway starting at the curb and ending at the County road right-of-way limit.
Driveways must be constructed at least 3.5 feet inside the residential property line, and not closer than 18 feet to driveways on other properties. Residential driveway widths are 10 foot minimum and 20 foot maximum. Residential driveways shall not be constructed in front of the house; instead the driveway must be offset to the side of the house, in accordance with County Code Subtitle 27. The slopes shall be constructed no flatter than 1.5% and no steeper than 12.5% in accordance with County Code Subtitle 27-560. See attached link to the Prince George’s County Department of Public Works and Transportation’s (DPW&T) driveway standards (STD 200.01-200.09): http://www.princegeorgescountymd.gov/DocumentCenter/Home/View/4789