Water & Sewer - Developing Property

The following information will be helpful if you plan on developing or redeveloping property on public water and sewer, connecting an existing facility to public water or sewer, or expanding an existing facility currently connected to public water or sewer.  

Development on Public Water and Sewer

Capacity Fees

Plan review fees - vary and are based on the actual quantity of water and sewer improvements being installed 

Inspection fees – vary and are based on estimate construction costs for water and sewer improvements

Water and Sewer Construction Forms

Utility Construction Permit Application

Needed before construction begins on water and sewer projects 

Water Meter Sizing Form

Needed when: 

  • Changing plumbing
  • Installing new plumbing
  • Adding an irrigation system

Notes required on Plans:

Required on plans involving water main and/or sanitary sewer construction

Dedicated Capital Assets List

Required for improvements that will be dedicated to the County 

Fire Hydrant Meter Rental Program

Rent a meter to use water from approved fire hydrants 

Backflow Prevention Program

Some properties are required to have backflow preventers

Water & Sewer Standards

Chapters 1-11 (Text) 

Chapter 12 (Details)