Groundwater Protection :: Permit Process Resources
The resources on this webpage enable interested parties to track the progress of an application through the permitting process, find information about permitted facilities, and request a meeting with staff to discuss project ideas or submit application packages.
Application & Permit Tracking
DENR has implemented a permit application tracking system via an interactive map, which can be searched using the applicant, county, facility, permit type, or other criteria. Likewise, DWR permitting programs have developed a similar means of finding information about permits that have been issued.
Process Flow Charts
The following flow charts illustrate steps in the permitting process from application submittal to permit issuance.
Submittal meetings and scoping meetings provide an opportunity for applicants to discuss their project with appropriate review staff to present relevant scope and background information, ask questions about applicable rules and design critera, discuss innovative ideas and approaches, ask questions about the permitting process and timelines, and receive preliminary review comments on their design and application materials.
Scoping meetings can occur anytime during the design and planning stages and typically involve representatives from the owner and their consultant. It is usually helpful to provide preliminary design information and site drawings for discussion purposes. These meetings can help ensure applicable rules and design criteria are appropriately included in the final design documents and to get preliminary comments to identify possible issues related to permitting and approval.
Submittal meetings can either occur with the physical submittal of the application package documents or be scheduled at the time of submittal for a later date. These meetings are most helpful when both the consultant and the owner are present to discuss any review comments and to provide necessary responses to questions.
To schedule a scoping or submittal meeting, please email Debra Watts or call 919-807-6338 at least a week before the desired meeting time.