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Right of Way Support
The purpose of this page is to provide support tools to property owners, developers and the general public during the right of way acquisition process.
Right of Way Support
Right of Way Support - Local Public Agencies
Right of Way Process Map.pdf
RIGHT OF WAY CERTIFICATION CHECKLIST FOR MUNICIPALITY PROJECTS Rev 2017
TIP Certification Guidelines 20170516
Right of Way Support Documents
Right of Way Frequently Asked Questions
Right of Way Brochure –Brochure Layout
Right of Way Brochure – SinglePage Layout
Folleto del Proceso De Adquisición de Bienes Raíces
Relocation Assistance Brochure
Asistencia para la Reubicaciòn
NCDOT Division Right of Way Offices Map
NCDOT Area Appraisal Offices Map
Right of Way Support Links
How do I determine who to contact in DOT Right of Way for my county?
Click on the link above for an interactive map, select the area where you are located on the map (when you hover over the division it will display the counties in that division), then select "directory", scroll down the listing and find the Right of Way office contact information.
How do I determine who my Division Project Manager or District Engineer in my county?
Click on the link above for an interactive map, select the area where you are located on the map (when you hover over the division it will display the counties in that division), then select “directory”, scroll down the listing to find the Division Project Manager or District Engineer.
How do I find out about upcoming Public Involvement meetings?
Click the link above to see what public meetings are coming up. If you need further information, please contact the division office.
What projects are in my area?
Click on the link above for an interactive map of high profile construction projects in your area.
What are future projects in my area?
Click on the link above for an interactive map of future projects in your area. Contact the Division Project Manager and District Engineer in your area for more information.
How do I find out information about project prioritization?
Click on the link above for information about the way projects are prioritized.
How do I find out information about project funding?
Click on the link above for information about the way projects are funded.
Can you purchase my property now?
No, not until the project is authorized. However, if you have a hardship (medical, financial, or safety) click on the link above for the Advanced Acquisition Request form to be considered prior to authorization.
Are there any houses for sale that can be purchased or moved?
Contact your Division Right of Way Agent. Click on the link above for an interactive map of NCDOT Division Offices.
How do I purchase remnant right of way property from NCDOT?
Click on the link above for an interactive map and listing of currently available property for disposal, and the process steps to purchase property from NCDOT.
How do I submit my tax bill for reimbursement for property the NCDOT purchased this year?
Submit your tax bill to the Right of Way Office in your area. Click on the link above for an interactive map of NCDOT Division Offices to find the address for your areas Right of Way Office.
Who do I contact for a driveway permit?
Contact the District Engineer of the county that you reside. Click the link above for the driveway permit process and requirements.
Who do I contact about an encroachment?
Contact the District Engineer of the county that you reside if you need further information. Click the link above for the encroachment process and requirements.
Who do I contact about dedicating Right of Way to NCDOT?
Contact the District Engineer of the county that you reside. Click the link above for an interactive map of NCDOT Division Offices.
Where can I find out more about the Right of Way acquisition process?
Click the link above to review the Right of Way Real Estate Acquisition Process Brochure to find out more about the process. If you need further information, please contact the Right of Way office for your county.
Where can I find out more about the Right of Way relocation process?
Click the link above to review the Right of Way Relocation Assistance Brochure to find out more about the process. If you need further information, please contact the Right of Way office for your county.
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