How do I obtain a Use Permit?
  • Schedule an inspection for the On-site Wastewater Treatment Systems (OWTS) with a certified inspector and have the certified inspector complete the Use Permit Application.

    • Note: Certified inspectors are independent and do not work for Broomfield Public Health and Environment.

  • Submit a copy of the completed inspection form with the Use Permit Application and the required fee.

  • If deficient items were found during the inspection, repair the deficient item(s) and the certified inspector or owner will complete the Use Permit Deficiency Repair Verification Form documenting that the repairs were made.

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1. How does the proposed increased fees apply to septic owners, system cleaners, and installers?
2. How do I obtain a Use Permit?
3. Why did I receive a letter regarding the proposed On-site Wastewater Treatment Systems (OWTS)?
4. What else is being changed by the proposed regulation?
5. Who is required to obtain a Use Permit?
6. What circumstances require a Use Permit?
7. What are the next steps after I submit the Use Permit Application?
8. How do I find a certified inspector?
9. Who does the inspection and what does the certified inspector look for?
10. What if the certified inspector identifies a problem with the On-site Wastewater Treatment Systems (OWTS)?
11. What if the certified inspector determines the On-site Wastewater Treatment Systems (OWTS) is malfunctioning?
12. What does a Use Permit cost?