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Public Works
Daniel W. Peterson, Director
915 8th Street, Suite 125, Marysville, CA 95901
Phone: (530)749-5420      Fax: (530)749-5424
email: [email protected]


Transportation Permits
The Yuba County Public Works Department has the discretionary authority to issue special permits for the movement of vehicles/loads exceeding statutory limitations on the size, weight, and loading of vehicles contained in Division 15 of the California Vehicle Code.  Requests for such special permits requires the completion of an application for a Transportation Permit.

The Yuba County Public Works Department is responsible for the administration of the Transportation Permit program through the uniform issuance of Transportation Permits.

Click here for the online Transportation Permit Application
Submit completed applications on our online portal found here: Yuba County Self Service

Permit Fees:
$16 for a Single Trip Permit good for a 5 consecutive day window, including weekends.
$66 for a House Moving Permit good for a 5 consecutive day window, including weekends.
$90 for a Blanket Permit good for one year.
    * We do not issue Blanket Permits for Mobile Homes or Temporary Buildings/Trailers
Parade Permit: $155.82 processing fee.  Application must be filed at least 30 days prior to event.

STAA Truck Routes

What is a STAA truck route?
The Surface Transportation  Assistance Act (STAA) of 1982 allows large  trucks to operate on the Interstate and certain primary routes called collectively  the National Network.  These trucks, referred to as STAA trucks, are longer than California legal trucks.   As a result, STAA trucks have a larger turning radius  than most local roads can accommodate.  (For a more detailed discussion of truck sizes, see  the Caltrans web page: "Truck Route Classifications.")

What is the engineering basis for determining access? 
The County performs engineering analyses that focus on a vehicle  characteristic called "off-tracking." Off-tracking is the tendency for rear tires to follow a shorter path than the  front tires when turning. Off-tracking is the primary concern with longer vehicles because rear tires may clip  street signs, or drive onto shoulders, walkways, or bike lanes, or cross the centerline on a curve, creating a safety hazard for adjacent and oncoming traffic.

             Vicinity Map        STAA Truck Routes

For further  information concerning STAA Truck Routes see Section 9.60 of the Yuba County Ordinance Code

California Code of Regulations

California Vehicle Code

U.S. Department of Transportation