Yes. However, there is a higher permit fee to offset additional Sanitarian time and site visits that are often required when inexperienced individuals do their own installations.
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Our permitting process for septic systems began in the late 1960s. If your septic system was installed after that, we may have it in our records, but it can sometimes be difficult to find if addresses have changed. To help us locate it, we have a Septic Information Request Form (PDF) to fill out that makes our search much quicker and easier.
We recommend calling a certified septic installer as soon as possible. They are familiar with the local regulations and can usually begin the repairs quickly. If a new tank or drain field is needed, a septic permit will be required. Contact our office before the work is started.