What is the cost of a sanitary sewer permit?
Well, it depends. For most of our customers the cost is $350 plus the cost of an isolation valve. This charge consists of a $100 inspection fee and a $250 discharge fee for a single dwelling unit. An isolation valve is now required for all new installations and reconnects to the sanitary sewer. A 4” valve is $80 and a 6” valve is $265. This valve and locator cap is provided to either the homeowner or the contractor, whichever is appropriate. Regardless, only the landowner may apply for a sanitary sewer permit. For those who are developing multi-unit housing the cost can vary. Always check with the district office prior to any construction project.

Please Note: Occasionally there are aggregate connection or assessment charges associated with a particular property. Please check with our office at 937-843-3328 if these apply to the property you are considering purchasing.

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1. How do I get a permit to tap into the sewer?
2. How do I find where my tap is for sewer connection?
3. Why does my billing run the same amount each month?
4. Who is the authority over the Logan County WPC?
5. What is the cost of a sanitary sewer permit?
6. When am I not required to hook up to the sanitary sewer?
7. Can you automatically take my monthly payment from my checking/savings account?