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Drinking Water Permits & Clearances are issued to ensure
the safety of Drinking Water
order to provide better customer service and faster processing, you can
now submit all Central District Drinking Water Permitting and
Clearance documents in Portable Document Format (pdf).
Permitting Application Cover Letters should include:
On the cover letter, please type in bold capital letters:
“ELECTRONIC PW PERMIT APPLICATION SUBMITTAL.
PAYMENT WILL BE SENT BY MAIL.” Please do not send a check
prior to the electronic submission. The check should be sent
immediately afterward by mail, annotated with the name of the Project,
Facility, and PWS#.
PDF Drawings should be 11 x 17 inches, (the original drawings must be
drawn to scale). All necessary information must be clear and legible.
Permitting drawings and specifications must be signed, sealed, and dated
by engineer of record.
Send completed applications and submittal package, properly signed,
sealed and dated to DEP_CD@dep.state.fl.us,
The Department will process the application upon receipt of the check.
RAI responses can be submitted in PDF to DEP_CD@dep.state.fl.us,
with a copy the engineer.
Clearance document packages can be submitted in PDF to
with a copy to the engineer.
Permit Application Information
The Department delegated Permitting, Compliance and Monitoring
responsibilities for Volusia County to the
Volusia County Health Department.
Please contact the Volusia County Health Department for information
about drinking water, facilities or permits in Volusia County.
Bch, FL 32117
Co Health Dept web site
P.O. Box 9190
- Bin #180
There are Two Types of Drinking Water Permits
WC= Water Construction, these are typically new or
modifications to Water Treatment Plants
WD= Water Distribution, these are typically piping that carries
drinking water from the treatment plant to the consumer
a PowerPoint Presentation:
Permitting for Water Main Extensions
Note: PowerPoint viewer can be
What is an RAI?
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