Transportation Permit

When a Permit is Required

Transportation permits are required when transporting large vehicles through the city. Examples of uses requiring a transportation permit include:
  • Moving construction equipment
  • Moving modular homes or structures
  • Oversized vehicles
  • Any other transportation that exceeds the city's standards
Call 916-727-4770 to find out if a permit is needed.

Fees


Effective January 1, 2010, the fee for an annual transportation permit is $90. The fee for a single-use transportation permit is $16. Please complete the attached Transportation Permit Application (PDF) and send it via GeneralServices@citrusheights.net or fax to 916-727-1454, along with a copy of your check.


***HOLIDAY MORATORIUM***
 

To better control the holiday traffic and increase driver and pedestrian safety through the holiday season, the City of Citrus Heights limits construction in the right-of-way on major streets. 

The City’s Construction Moratorium will be in effect from 5:00 pm on Friday, November 18, 2016 until 8:00 am on Tuesday, January 3, 2017. The Moratorium applies to all construction and utility work and all oversize loads requiring a transportation permit.

The streets included in this moratorium are as follows:

Antelope Road, Auburn Boulevard, Dewey Drive, Fair Oaks Boulevard, Greenback Lane, Madison Avenue, Old Auburn Road, San Juan Avenue, Sunrise Boulevard, Sylvan Road, and Van Maren Lane.
 

Last updated:  November 8, 2016