What is a “stockpiling” permit?
Stockpiling is the temporary storing of earth material on a site for future use. In order to obtain a permit to stockpile the applicant should anticipate placing the stockpile on a natural slope that is 10% or less, in a manner that does not create a nuisance or a hazard to the general public. The length of time that a stockpile is allowed is specified in the Tuolumne County Ordinance Code section 12.20.390 (D).

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1. When do I need an Encroachment Permit?
2. What part of my driveway am I required to pave?
3. Can I use concrete for my driveway?
4. What am I required to submit for a large project encroachment on a county maintained road?
5. When does my encroachment need to be inspected?
6. When does an Encroachment permit expire?
7. What if I cannot complete the work on my encroachment before the expiration date?
8. What is a Grading Review Permit?
9. When do I need a Grading Permit?
10. How is a GRP different from a Grading Permit?
11. I need a Grading Permit, how do I go about obtaining one?
12. I need to calculate the amount of grading, how do I do that?
13. What is a “stockpiling” permit?