Various conditions warrant a District Permit, and they will established requirements for work occuring within the District.
A District Permit is required for:
- Septic tank abandonment.
- Remodel and/or addition to existing structure.
- New home construction.
- Construction of an Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU) or accessory building structure.
- Demolition of an existing building.
- Replacement or installation of any on-site or public right-of-way sewer lateral, cleanout, or backflow protection system.
- Construction, installation, or substantial repair of any on-site plumbing system connected to a sanitary sewer.
- Tenant improvement of any commercial, industrial, or quasi-public structure.
- Replacement or installation of any on-site or ROW sewer lateral, clean out, or backflow protection system.
- The change of business use in any commercial, industrial, or quasi-public structure.
Obtaining a District Permit or being issued a "No District Permit Required" Letter requires you to:
Follow the steps outlined in the District Permit Application Information handout.
Following the steps in the District Permit Application Information handout ensures:
- access to your lower building sewer lateral meets standards for District maintenance access as defined under the "Your and the District's Responsibilities" page.
- your property is protected from backups in the District sanitary sewer system;
- proper connection and disconnection to the District sanitary sewer system is being made; and
- appropriate fees and charges are levied.
Fee and Charges Explained