How do I find where my tap is for sewer connection?
The most important thing to do is to make sure you have access to the sanitary sewer before purchasing or attempting to develop property. Do not assume that because other properties in the area are connected that sanitary sewer is available to your property also. It may not be. Come to the office at 8100 State Route 708 South with your property information and we will provide you with information that is needed to determine whether sanitary sewer is available.

Once it is established that sanitary sewer is available you may apply for a tap-in permit. We will locate where your tap is on the main line sewer or where connection is possible on the mainline. We always mark sanitary sewer lines in green paint or flags according to Ohio Utilities Protection Service (O.U.P.S.) Codes.

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1. How do I get a permit to tap into the sewer?
2. How do I find where my tap is for sewer connection?
3. Why does my billing run the same amount each month?
4. Who is the authority over the Logan County WPC?
5. What is the cost of a sanitary sewer permit?
6. When am I not required to hook up to the sanitary sewer?
7. Can you automatically take my monthly payment from my checking/savings account?