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Before you can start installing a new septic tank in Wesley Chapel (Florida), you will need a septic permit. Thankfully, getting a septic permit is not difficult. Those living in Wesley Chapel must approach the DOH-Environmental Health Pasco County for the same.
Here is a step-by-step description of how to obtain a septic permit in Wesley Chapel.
- Submit Your Application
Download this application form (DEP4015 Page 1). Next, fill it and submit it.
- Submit a Site Plan
Do not forget to include a site plan (DEP4015 Page 2) with your application. Other things required include: a Zoning and Floor Plain form, a floor plan of the interior of your home, and a document that proves your ownership of the property in question.
- Pay the fee
A new septic permit comes at a cost. Here is a breakdown of what you will pay.
- The Septic tank permit and Final Inspection: $390
- If you need a sub-out inspection, you will have to pay an additional fee of $60
- If a mound system is need, you will have to pay for Stabilization Inspection, which is $75
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