The City of Waco, Texas requires that contractors that need a right-of-way permit to obtain a bond. Contractor’s that need to perform work in the right-of-way must first obtain a permit. However, permits are only issued to contractors that obtain the City of Waco Cement Contractor’s Bond.
Who Needs A Cement Contractor’s Bond?
If you are a contractor performing work in Waco’s right-of-way, you must obtain a permit. But to obtain the permit you must first obtain a $5,000 Cement Contractor’s Bond. Only bonded contractor’s will be issued a permit by the city.
How Do I Obtain A Cement Contractor’s Bond?
It is a very simple process to obtain the $5,000 bond. Here are the steps:
- Complete our application with basic information on your company (select Contractor License Bond)
- Pay the premium for the bond
- We will email or mail the original bond to you for submission to the city
How Much Does This Bond Cost?
A $5,000 Cement Contractor’s Bond has a premium of $100. There may be shipping and processing fees depending on your situation. We accept credit or debit cards for payment. All online transactions are secure.
Who Can I Call With Questions?
If you have any questions regarding the $5,000 City of Waco Cement Contractor’s Bond we are happy to help! You may call Nicole or Eric at 512-640-6444. Or email Nicole with any questions.
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