Under the current regulations, most land disturbance projects, including the construction of a single family dwelling will need permit coverage. The A Land Disturbance Permit shall be obtained prior to ANY construction activity. The following criteria will determine if your project does require a permit.
If your project disturbs greater than 10,000 square feet of soil. (Please account for ALL LAND DISTURBANCE including the installation of; driveways, septic systems, yard area etc…)
If your project is part of a Common Plan of Development (any parcel of land created on or after July 1, 2004). If you are in a Common Plan of Development, a permit is required regardless of the amount of land disturbing activity.
The following are common permitting scenarios when constructing a single family detached dwelling along with the required document(s) needed in order to obtain the permit.
Project disturbing less than 10,000sqft, and NOT in a Common Plan of Development.
Agreement in Lieu of Erosion and Sediment Control Form. NO FEE. This form will be provided to you when applying for your building permit.
Project disturbing greater than 10,000sqft, and NOT in a Common Plan of Development.