Alabama cities and counties mandate that contractors of various trades secure a permit bond to do work within the city or county. Choose the city or county you need a bond for below. Don't see the one you need? Check out the Construction License Bonds page or call us at (855) 296-2663.
Contractors in the City of Alabaster, Alabama performing public improvements and street excavation may need to file a permit bond.
Clearing, earthwork, and land disturbing activities in the City of Birmingham require the contractor to hold a surety bond.
The City of Eufala's Building/Planning Department enforces the permit bond for certain contractors doing work in the City.
Performing digging or excavation in or under the City of Helena sidewalks, streets, or within a public right-of-way requires a permit bond.
The City of Hoover mandates contractors to secure a permit bond before completing earthwork land disturbing work such as tree conservation and erosion control.
House moving and land disturbing activities both require the contractor to obtain a permit bond with the City of Hueytown.
Projects that clear, dredge, transport, excavate, or fill land to the point where erosion/drainage issues may occur require a permit bond in the City of Irondale.
The City of Mobile enforces a bond for contractors doing excavation, digging, restoration, or maintenance on streets/sidewalks within a public right-of-way.
Contractors performing electrical, plumbing, gas fitting, HVAC, site clearing, and grading work in the City of Montgomery must obtain a bond.
Certain contractor trades must secure a surety bond prior to working within the Mountain Brook city limits.
The City of Tuscaloosa Engineering Division requires a permit for contractors conducting land disturbing activities.
A $10,000 permit bond is mandatory for contractors in Jackson County performing a utility installation in a public right-of-way.
A surety bond is needed for contractors doing excavation, digging, paving, restoration, or maintenance on highways, streets, and sidewalks in a public right-of-way in Tuscaloosa County.
The ALDOT states that contractors need a bid and performance bond on public projects over $50,000.