Household Sewage Treatment Systems for any home that is not serviced by a public sanitary sewer/ Residents must connect to a sanitary sewer if one is to become available. Otherwise, residents must have a HSTS that is properly functioning and not creating a nuisance. Anyone working on an septic must be registered. The Environmental Division of The Carroll County General Health District is responsible for site evaluations for household sewage treatment systems and site evaluations for private water systems. We provide permits, approvals and inspection of the following
Should it be decided that your existing system is no longer functioning properly or is in need of replacing please contact our office to schedule a site evaluation with one or our Registered Sanitarians. A septic permit can be obtained and a new system installed. Should you have questions about your system, the functionality of it Please contact us!
Corinne Ren 330-627-4866 ext 1522
Building or excavating the site is FORBIDDEN until a Registered Sanitarian from our office has conducted a site evaluation and a septic permit is obtained. One HSTS per parcel/dwelling.
If you are planning on building new in Carroll County. Download the New Building Packet and Submit it to The Carroll County General Health District (COMING SOON)