Environmental Health: Land Services
|Land Services are those programs that deal with development of land and disposal of wastewater within the county. This program exists to educate the public and provide regulations to protect drinking water resources. Land development includes, but is not limited to creation of single-family residential lots,|
commercial lots or subdivisions of land for a variety of purposes.
Below are links to important information for those wanting to develop
land or dispose of septic waste water into or onto land.
- Individual Septic Systems
- Public Septic Systems
- Certified Septic Installers
- Site Evaluations
- Percolations Tests
- Groundwater Monitoring
- Septic Pumper Licensing and Training
A sanitarian is available every day to assist the public and consultants. The sanitarian is a good place to start for specific information about land use.
In Sanitarian Desk Hours
8am - 12pm and 1pm - 5pm., Monday through Friday
with the exception of 8am -12pm on Thursdays.
If you need to reach the In Sanitarian, please call 258-4990, or view our directory.
Other Important County Agencies
The Health Department is just one of the agencies you may have to contact to develop your bare land or to expand the use of your land. The agencies listed below may also be good resources for you as you begin your project in the county.
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