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Resources and information to help with the planning and implementation of water & sewer service extensions into new areas.
Guidelines and resources for developers & consulting engineering firms to navigate the process for obtaining water and/or wastewater service.
Apply for permits, check permit status and pay impact fees online.
Utility Service Regulations establish the policies governing service extension to customers of SAWS water, sewer and recycled water services.
Installation of new water or wastewater mains.
Impact fees are imposed on new development to help recover capital costs associated with providing the infrastructure and other required improvements.
SAWS may authorize a meter to be connected temporarily to a fire hydrant during construction operations in lieu of installing a temporary service line.
Help safeguard our public drinking water by maintaining a high level of backflow prevention and cross-connection control.
The following are the additional resources for development engineering.