Do I need two separate permits for a shared driveway?

Standard driveway is 10 feet wide, therefore, a shared driveway is 20 feet wide. One permit per address is required, so if two properties share a common driveway, with no separation, two separate permits must be obtained to do the entire driveway.  One side of the driveway can be done by that property owner and the division would be at 10 feet.

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1. Do I need a permit to replace my driveway, sidewalk or curb and if so what is the fee?
2. Do I need a permit to seal my driveway?
3. Do I need two separate permits for a shared driveway?
4. How long after getting a driveway / apron / sidewalk / curb permit, must the work start?
5. I am installing a new driveway; what are the specifications that I must follow?
6. What are the specifications and PSI (pounds per square inches) for a sidewalk?
7. Who is responsible for maintaining the curb and sidewalk?
8. Do I need to schedule an inspection of my sidewalk / driveway after the concrete is poured?
9. How do I schedule a driveway, sidewalk, curb, or apron inspection before the concrete is poured for the forms?