A permit and installation by a licensed installer is required for any new installation or repair of a septic system in Noble county. Investigations are also conducted on any discharge of sewage or other public health/nuisance complaint.
How much is an onsite sewage disposal system permit?
See fee schedule.
What do I need to apply for a septic permit?
See the Septic System Permit Procedure Guide.
What is an onsite evaluation?
An onsite evaluation /soil boring is an actual physical visit to the lot or the location where an onsite sewage disposal system is proposed. A Soil Scientist will provide a direct detailed soil analysis to be reviewed by the septic EHS for the purpose of providing minimum requirements for the proposed system.
Where can I obtain a list of the Soil Scientists?
See Soil Scientists list.
If there is no record of my septic diagram, how would I find the location of my septic system?
Contact the Septic-EHS at the Health Department.
Are well permits required?
Currently Noble County does not have a Well Ordinance, however, the well is required to be 50 feet from any portion of the septic system as stated on the permit.
For More Information
Septic Applications must be applied for in the office.
8:00 AM – 4:00 PM (open during lunch)