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Do I need permission from anyone....


To detect along the strip of grass between a sidewalk and the road.


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Usually it is public property, check to be sure.
Who do I ask?
The people who do property maps in your county.
This App may help too.
Not letting me post. Darn.
the regrid property app free download
Just type in address.
Or it will load at your location.
Zoom in or out and see the whole street.
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It looks like a commercial area. If you're somewhat apprehensive about it, hunt it on a Sunday afternoon or evening.
Curb strips are a grey area detecting wise. In the majority of locals they are actually owned by the city, but maintained by the home owner and realistically are ok to detect. Most home owners, however, consider them their property. I hunt curb trips around apartment buildings and some commercial buildings and vacant lots. Don't like dealing with home owners even though they don't actually own the strips in my city. Many won't question you, but some will. HH jim tn
Typically, that is on the "right-of-way", so it's technically/legally fair game most places. The homeowners do tend to get pretty possessive, since they do maintain them, so asking them isn't a bad practice.
On the normal 2-lane road the right-of-way extends 33 feet from the road center.