Find - Your Septic System & Local Help
Finding information about your septic system will require a few phone calls, and maybe some detective work.
Your Septic System Plan. An approach to finding a plan or basic information about your septic system.
Locating a Septic Tank. This can be a do-it-yourself project - Please note the safety warnings below.
Locating a D-box. Definitely not a do-it-yourself project. Hire a professional.
Septic System Inspection. Find the right professional and you will have all the information you need about your septic system. This provides some guidance on what you should expect from a professional septic inspection.
Find Local Help by using the Septic Advisor Tools located above the advertisements on each page. While these tools are fairly easy to use, explanations on how to use each tool are provided by the following links.
Find Local Septic Pros. Will help you find various types of local septic professionals
Find Septic Permit Agencies. Will help you find the local agencies responsible for regulating, permitting and certifying septic system construction and operation. Typically, this tool will connect you with a local Public Health or Environmental Health Agent. These Health Agents can also provide information about local septic contractors and sometimes copies of septic permits and septic plans.
WARNING: Call 811 Before you dig. Digging in the wrong place can cause injury, and damage buried utilities; often at some expense. This one call is free and will route you to the local One Call Center. The Call Center will ask you for information about the general location of the dig (address, nearest cross streets, etc.). They will contact the commercial companies that may have buried utilities in your area. The commercial utility companies will often send a professional buried utility specialist to your site. This may take a couple days to schedule, so call several days ahead of time. Buried utilities may include electric lines, gas lines, water lines, sewers, storm drains, cable or communication lines, etc. BEWARE, in many cases property owners are not aware of the utilities crossing their property.