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The right to cross land is known as the 'right-of-way'. This right can be on any land. If the right is granted to everyone, it is a 'public right-of-way'. The land is owned, or interest therein acquired, by the City and dedicated for travel purposes and utility placement. For Right-of-Way Permit, click on the following link: ROW Permit Application (PDF).
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Wayfinding is a systematic network of directional signs to guide the traveling public from major highway gateways to key civic, cultural, regional, and commercial destinations. It can be designed to coincide with regional tourism marketing.