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Thu, Oct 22, 2020 12:00 PM

Property Easement

I would like to get the TV utility easement on my property moved like 2 feet in order to pour concrete on the side of my house and it be out of the way in a soon to be high traffic area.  RV trailer and or other utility trailers getting backed in and out.

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ComcastMartin

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6 m ago

Hello @misslara23abq,

 

I wanted to reach out and touch base with you regarding what is going on here at your home. 


Can you please private message me your full name? Thank you for posting to our forums. 
To send a private message, please click my name "ComcastMartin" then select "Send a Message" on the right side.

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6 m ago

We are building a dry stack wall (not permanent) in our backyard. However, apparantly there is a Public Utilities easment and we need a variance or sign off from your company. Who can I speak to about this? I tried calling Customer Service and they were not helpful in any way. 

ComcastChe

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6 m ago

Hi @piresjulie81! Thanks for using the Xfinity Forum to get assistance. I can help get this process started. I've just replied to your private message and am looking forward to chatting with you!  

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6 m ago

We are building a balconcy on our backyard with the support posts on the existing utility easement.  I need permission, or a sign off from your company to allow me to proceed with construction. Who can I speak to about this? 

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6 m ago

Hi, Marbla. We will see what we can do for you! Please send me a PM with your first and last name. We will go from there. 

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1 m ago

Hello! My HOA is requiring a waiver stating that comcast has no problem with us placing a wrought iron fence on the utility easement. The fence will have multiple gates available to provide access to easement if necessary. 

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Hello, @mrscainx2. Welcome to the Xfinity Forums!

We do not actually provide waivers so you will need to dial 811 to have the cables marked.

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1 m ago

We already called 811 and our cables are marked. Our HOA is requiring written authorization from the utility company, Xfinity, stating that we are authorized to erect a wrought iron fence with gated access, enclosing the utility easement. 

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@user_4d9b8b, we can definitely look into getting permission for this project for you. It would most likely be left up to the local team to inspect and approve and I can open a ticket for them to further investigate with you. Please send us a chat message with your first and last name. The Peer to Peer chat icon is located at the top right of the Community Forum page, clicking on the chat icon will allow you to initiate a chat conversation with us directly. Please ensure you are sending your message to our 'Xfinity Support' handle. 

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1 m ago

Hello-  I need help regarding a utility easement in my backyard.  I need to confirm whether or not Comcast has any cables in the easement.  This is for Colorado.  Who can I contact that will have information specific to my location in Breckenridge?  Thanks, Tom

ComcastEva

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Hi @DirtheadTom ! Any easement that may exist on any property is always noted on the title report for that property. The title report is provided to the property owner at the time of the purchase by the title company. Please let me know if this helps or you have any other questions.

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13 d ago

Hello there. I am writing because we have an existing cyclone fence on our property and we are going to extend it back to the edge of our property line. We checked with the City of Minnetonka, where we live, and this is approved. However, when I look up above my property line at the area where I will be installing the fence, there are utility lines directly overhead (about 20 feet above). Can I speak to some to understand if I can install my fence to the property line or if there is a certain amount of space I need to pull my fence back towards? Please note the fence does have a latching gate which will not be locked and thus utility companies like Xfinity will have access to into our property as necessary.

Thanks in advance for your help.

Ryan

ComcastAmir

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Hi Ryan, great question :) You can certainly go a head and install a fence as long as we have access to the pole there's no need to worry. We can also move the lines from the pole in question if you'd like just reach back out to me here for further assistance. 

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Thanks so much for letting me know Amir! I don't think we need the lines moved at the moment, so all good there.

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ComcastRob

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Fantastic! While I have you are there any further questions I can answer for you? 

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Nope. That's it. Thanks again.

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You're welcome, and I hope you have a fantastic rest of your day! 

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