Permits

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

No property owner or unauthorized person shall uncover, make any connections with or opening into, use, alter, or disturb any public sewer or appurtenance, or perform any work on a private sewer lateral, without first obtaining a permit from the District.

Permits
  1. Do I Need a Sewer Permit?
  2. How to Apply
  3. Permit & Capacity Fees
  4. Hiring a Contractor

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

Events requiring a Sewer Permit include but are not limited to:

  • Pressure Tests
  • Replacements
  • Repairs & Partial Replacements
  • Clean Outs, Backflow Prevention Devices, etc.
  • New Connections/New Construction/Remodels
  • Public Sewer Extensions
  • Septic-to-Sewer Conversions
  • Abandonment

To learn how to comply, view our Compliance page by clicking the link.

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