In areas where municipal sewer services are not available, homeowners must rely on septic systems to meet their wastewater disposal needs. Septic systems play a vital role in Michigan, with more than 1.2 million homes using them for wastewater treatment and disposal.
- Online Well & Septic Records
Search Washtenaw County records online to find important information about your well and/or septic system.
- Applications, Forms and Fees
List of current Environmental Health fee schedules, as well as applications for well and septic permits, soil evaluations, etc.
- Sewage System Basics
Description of sewage system components and signs of problems.
- Maintaining Your Sewage System
Tips on proper use and care of your sewage system.
- "It's All Connected"
View our 5-minute video on how septic systems work, and their impact on our environment.
- "Time of Sale" Program
Information about the Washtenaw County regulation requiring well and septic systems to be inspected before a home is sold.
- Installing a Sewage System in Washtenaw County
Information about the processes, permits, inspections and fees associated with installing a sewage system in Washtenaw County.
- For More Information
Phone numbers and links to helpful resources.
For more information, please contact Angela Parsons.