Columbia County Courthouse

230 Strand Street, St. Helens, OR 97051 • Phone: (503) 397-7210 • Toll Free: (888) 397-7210

Columbia County

On-site Application Guides/Forms

PLEASE NOTE: Before completing applications, contact the On-site Staff to determine the correct type of application for what you want to do.

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APPLICATION/GUIDE 

  DESCRIPTION

SEPTIC APPLICATION   Single Family Residential

   SINGLE FAMILY        RESIDENCE
 

 

SEPTIC APPLICATION-Commercial-Industrial

   
  COMMERCIAL
  /INDUSTRIAL
                      
   

LAND USE PROPOSAL

PLANNING APPROVAL OF AN ON-SITE APPLICATION

 

CONSTRUCTION       PROPOSAL PLAN &   MATERIALS LIST

 

PROPOSED PLOT PLAN

AS-BUILT PLAN

COMPLETED CONSTRUCTION PLAN, MATERIALS LIST & FINAL INSPECTION REQUEST

 

NOTICE AUTHORIZING REPRESENTATIVE

AUTHORIZATION OF PROPERTY OWNER FOR APPLICANT (ONLY REQUIRED IF APPLICANT DIFFERS FROM PROPERTY OWNER)

 

DEQ LICENSED INSTALLER/PUMPERS LIST OPERATING IN COLUMBIA COUNTY

ONLY THE PROPERTY OWNER OR A DEQ LICENSED INSTALLER CAN ACT AS THE APPLICANT

 

TANK ABANDONMENT

FORM

REQUIRED FOR DECOMMISSIONING OF SYSTEMS

 

LOT EVALUATION PROCEDURES

 

PROCEDURES FOR CONDUCTING A LOT EVALUATION

NEW SYSTEM

INSTALLATION

PROCEDURE

 

PROCEDURE FOR INSTALLING A NEW SYSTEM

 

PLOT PLAN

REQUIREMENTS

INFORMATION TO BE SHOWN ON A PLOT PLAN

 

SAND FILTER MAINTENANCE

HOW TO MAINTAIN YOUR SAND FILTER SYSTEM

 

HOW TO MAINTAIN YOUR SEPTIC TANK

 

HOW TO PREPARE A TEST PIT

SEPTIC TANK MAINTENANCE

TEST PIT PREPARATION

 
     

SEPTIC SYSTEM GUIDE FOR HOMEOWNERS

GENERAL SEPTIC SYSTEM INFORMATION
 
   

ALTERNATIVE TREATMENT TECHNOLOGIES

 

INFORMATION ON ALTERNATIVE SYSTEM TECHNOLOGIES
   

Public Records Disclosure:  Under Oregon law, information you provide to the County is a matter of public record that is subject to disclosure unless an exemption from disclosure is authorized by law. You are responsible for knowing the law governing public records.  Requests for nondisclosure must be in writing.  You bear the burden of proving that an exemption authorized by law prevents disclosure.  The County will not disclose such information unless required by law.  Persons concerned with personal safety are directed to ORS 192.445(1) and Oregon Administrative Rules (OAR) 137-004-0800.  Persons concerned with personal privacy are directed to ORS 192.502(2).