Environmental Public Health staff from the health district conduct visit to evaluate soils and site to see if the proposed system design complies with regulations. The contact person/designer listed on the application will be notified of approval status via preliminary review letter.
Oftentimes, this is the point in the process where customers pay remaining fees to include Installation Permit fee, Water Adequacy Review fee (for private water systems only), and any other applicable fees. View current Spokane Regional Health District Fee Schedule.
In this step, the customer, working with a well driller, often provides required well data (well log, 4-hour pump test, bacteria and nitrate test results) and building application prior to building permit sign-off.