When is a Water Permit Required?

A Water Permit is required whenever a new water use (connection) is created and/or whenever additional water fixtures are added or when the capacity of an existing connection is changed or intensified. Water Permits may only be issued for approved projects. Listed below are just a few examples of types of projects that require permits:

a) Construction of a new home or business
b) Remodels/additions to an existing home or business
c) Construction/addition of a swimming pool
d) Addition/installation of new landscaped area
e) Enlargement or splitting of a water meter
f) Changes of use from one type of business to another

For more information, please click here, see MPWMD Rule 23 and/or contact the Permits and Conservation Office at 658-5601.


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