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The term “right of way” means the area designated for use as a street, including the travel portion of the street, the shoulders, curbs, gutters, sidewalks, utilities, drainage facilities, traffic signs, and any other improvements required by the project. It’s the entire corridor, from edge to edge.
Contact a title company for legal access to your property. A title company is licensed and bonded to ensure that the information provided on the title commitment (or title report) is correct. For further information, contact the Citizen Contact Center at 520-509-3555.
An easement is a right of use granted over the property of another. The best examples are electrical utilities, water lines, and ingress/egress. The existence of an easement on your property does not impact your ownership, but rather provides for the use of a portion of your property for a specific purpose by another.