OC Health Dept
The Orange County Well Ordinance (County Ordinance No. 2607) calls for that a permit be gotten before the construction or destruction of any really. In unincorporated County areas as well as in twenty-nine of thirty-four Orange County urban centers, the Orange County wellness Officer accounts for enforcement of this well ordinance. In the staying five cities (Anaheim, Buena Park, Fountain Valley, Orange and San Clemente), well ordinances are enforced by town workers. If you have any queries, kindly go ahead and call us at 714-433-6287 or 714-433-6288.
Use the after hyperlinks for well permitting fees and really permitting types.
Contact the rest of the five cities for requirements:
Well licenses must construct, reconstruct or destroy some of the following:
- Agricultural really
- Community water supply really
- Electrical grounding really
- Specific domestic fine
- Industrial well
- Test or exploratory opening used for identifying underground geological or hydrological circumstances
- Observation well
- Cathodic defense well
Licenses are specifically necessary for all wells and soil borings except:
- Vadose area monitoring systems that are controlled by the administrative expert for enforcement associated with the Underground space Tank legal guidelines.
- Wells employed for the objective of dewatering excavations during building, or stabilizing hillsides or planet embankments.
- Soil borings which meet all of following conditions:
- lower than 50 legs in depth;
- usually do not enter into groundwater;
- usually do not enter considerable confining product beds.
To expedite the permit endorsement process, all the necessary attachments and appropriate fees should-be submitted because of the permit application. The necessary accessories feature a site program showing the places of all of the wells (proposed and current), prospective sanitary dangers and a well building diagram. The drawing ought to include, at a minimum, materials of building, level of seals, borehole diameter, size of casing, level to first groundwater and total level of wells.