Fee determinations are based on a number of variables.
Drainage considerations that must be addressed include:
- Location of structures (roads, reservoirs, underground utilities, etc.)
- Location and limits of grading
- Location of existing drainage facilities (waterways, conduits, culverts, or bridges)
- Slope stability, erosion potential, and water quality related issues
- Watershed hydrology and related issues
- Flooding and other related drainage characteristics of the area
- Existing wetlands, vernal pools, or riparian corridors
- Proximity of leach field locations
Due to the complexity of these determinations, it is unwise to make assumptions until the full scope of a project is determined by Permit Sonoma staff at the time an application is accepted.
Please do not fill in amounts on checks prior to application acceptance.
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Drainage & Storm Water Fees (PDF: 137 kB)