Phil D. Jones, Director
On-Site Waste (septic) Permits are necessary to assure that state and county regulations are met to promote public health, safety, and general welfare.
- How to obtain a Septic Permit / Fees
- New Septic System Permit Checklist
- Existing Septic System Permit Checklist
- Registered Sanitarians and Professional Engineers List
- State Certified Installers
- Affidavit to Join Properties
- Affidavit to Public -Commercial
- Affidavit to Public -Residential
- Commercial Guidelines
- Initial 2 yr Maint. -Food Estab.
- Initial 2 yr Maintenance
- Permit Application
- Power of AttorneySeptic Disclaimer