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Small Public Water Systems (LPA)

A Riverside County Environmental Health Permit is required to operate a Small Public Water System.

New Systems:

  1. Submit a Preliminary Technical Report (PTR) (6 months prior to construction) and applicable plan check fees.
  2. Upon acceptance of the PTR, submit a Technical, Managerial and Financial (TMF) capacity assessment report, with engineered plans of the proposed water system.
  3. Upon approval of the TMF, apply for a Domestic Water Supply Permit and submit annual permit fee.

Change of Ownership:

  1. Submit a Technical, Managerial and Financial (TMF) capacity assessment report with applicable fee.
  2. Upon approval of the TMF, apply for a Domestic Water Supply Permit and submit annual permit fee.

All Small Public Water Systems in Riverside County are required to Comply with the California Regulations Related to Drinking Water pertaining to the system classification.

Lookup a Small Public Water System 

 

facility on a small water system
Small Water System Facility
 
Riverside Office
  3880 Lemon St, Suite 200
     Riverside, CA 92501
  951-955-8980
 951-955-8988
 landuse@rivco.org
Indio
  47-950 Arabia St, Suite A
     Indio, CA 92201
  760-863-7570
 760-863-7013
 landusedesert@rivco.org
 

 

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