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Environmental Health

Body Art and Tattoo Facilities I Child Care and Group Home Facilities I Non-Community Water Supply
On-site Sewage Treatment Systems (OSTS) I Public and Semi-Public Swimming Facilities
Food Service Facilities I School Facilities I Tanning Facilities

 

On-site Sewage Treatment Systems (OSTS)

The Environmental Health Division requires permits for all new on-site sewage treatment systems and/or repairs to existing on-site sewage treatment systems which includes: septic tanks, drain fields, seepage pits, cesspools or holding tanks. All work must be permitted and performed by a licensed installer or the homeowner. Inspections of existing systems are provided upon request. Proper treatment of sewage is necessary to prevent waterborne illness and ground/surface water contamination.

 

Resources

University of Minnesota On-site Sewage Treatment Program - Resources for septic system maintenance and management as well as design information and worksheets.
NDDoH Septic Pumper Program - For information on licensure requirements for septic pumpers and a list of licensed septic pumpers in North Dakota.
NDSU Septic System Publications
EPA Septic Smart - Information and resources for homeowners pertaining to their septic system.
USDA Soil Survey - Soil data and maps
Web Soil Survey - Brochure
NRCS Maps, Data, Mobile Apps
Determining Soil Texture by Feel Flow Chart
Soil Reference Card
Professional Soil Classifiers in North Dakota

 

Training

CVHD Regulation #2 requires that installers obtain suitable continuing education which pertains to on-site sewage treatment system installation.


University of Minnesota OSTS Certification and Continuing Education Schedule


Training links are not meant to be all encompassing,
if you have questions on training please contact the Environmental Health Division.

 

 

Forms & Regulations

Installer Application/Change in Ownership Form

Request for Inspection

Request for Connecting to an Existing System

CVHD Regulation #2 - On-site Sewage Treatment Systems

CVHD Licensed Septic Installers

Mound and At-grade Design Spreadheet

Trench Design Spreadsheet

OSTS permits can be purchased at the following health departments:

Central Valley Health District
City-County Health District
Dickey County Health District
Foster County Public Health
LaMoure County Public Health Department
McIntosh District Health Unit
Wells County District Health Unit


*Permits purchased from any of these locations can be used throughout the service area.

511 3rd Ave. NW
Ashley, ND 58413
Phone 701.288.3957
Fax 701.288.3957

AdministratorDirector of Nursing
Cheryl Reis SchillingJessica Forsman
crschilling@nd.govjrforsman@nd.gov