If you are interested in developing a subdivision, you must begin your project with the submission of a Facility Improvement Letter Request (FIL) [PDF]
This allows our engineering staff to determine if existing system capacity is adequate to serve the planned project. The information contained in the FIL will also assist your engineer in developing a Facility Plan Report (FPR). Once you receive your completed FIL, you may submit the FPR for review [PDF]
Upon approval of the FPR, a Developer Project may be opened for any necessary line extensions. For additional information, please refer to the District's line extension process [PDF]
Frequently Asked Questions
Can meters be installed prior to the completion of my project?
Yes, but installation is based on the status of the constructed infrastructure. The lines must be tied in and tested by the District prior to the installation of any meters.
What is the current turnaround time for meter installation?
Meter installations are currently taking approximately 4-6 weeks for processing.
When can I have my building permits signed-off?
Prior to approval of any building permits, all agreements must be signed, bond(s) in place if required, and service for all lots purchased. If the project has not been accepted by the District, approval from the on-site construction inspector must be obtained prior to permit sign off.