A permit is required to perform work on public sewer infrastructure or for private sewer laterals. 

No property owner or unauthorized person shall perform any sewer work without first obtaining a permit from the District.

View the How to Apply tab below to access the sewer permit application form.

  1. Do I Need a Permit?
  2. How to Apply
  3. Fees
  4. Hiring a Contractor
  5. Public Sewer Extensions
  6. ADUs

Before performing any work on a private sewer lateral, a sewer permit must be obtained.

Events requiring a permit include but are not limited to:

  • Pressure Tests
  • Partial or Full Replacements
  • Repairs, Clean Outs, Backflow Prevention Devices, etc.
  • New Connections, New Construction, Remodels
  • Septic-to-Sewer Conversions
  • Public Sewer Extensions
  • Pool Drains, Discharge Permits
  • Abandonment

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