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The Environmental Section administers the County's Stormwater, sinkhole, erosion & sediment control, floodplain and on-site wastewater system regulations. This Section reviews proposed development plans and plats for compliance with environmental regulations, performs field inspections and provides information to developers, consultants and the general public regarding environmental issues.
Tim Davis, Environmental Compliance Manager
Vanessa Brandon, Environmental Planner
Matt Forir, Geologist
Michael Bowers, Water Quality Field Operations Manager
Karen Elmer, Water Quality Specialist
Danny Tavares, Water Quality Specialist
County- Certified On-site Wastewater System Installers
County Elevation Certificate
County- Registered Soil Scientists
Floodplain Development Permit Application
Grading Permit application
Greene County Storm Water Design Standards
No- Rise Elevation Certificate
On-site Wastewater Regulations & Standards
Security Agreement for Grading Permit
Soil Evaluation - Soil Factors Form
Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP)
A Grading Permit application
is required for
any non-agricultural land disturbance. Land disturbance includes all activity that disturbs the root
zone of existing vegetation (for example, clearing trees with a dozer requires a grading permit but
clearing trees with a chainsaw does not). Construction of ponds is considered an agricultural
activity unless the soil leaves the property (which would require a grading permit) or is located
within a Special Flood Hazard Area (which would require a floodplain development permit). For a
complete copy of the regulations, see the Greene County Storm Water Design Standards
or contact the Environmental Section office at (417) 868-4147.
The following items must be submitted prior to issuance of a grading permit:
A floodplain development permit is required for any activity within the Special Flood Hazard Area (often referred to as the mapped floodplain) designated on the Flood Insurance Rate Maps for unincorporated Greene County. A Floodplain Development Permit Application must be submitted to the Environmental Section office along with plans for the proposed activity and the appropriate fee.
On-site wastewater systems are commonly referred to as "septic systems" but include all systems not
connected to public sewer. A permit is required for installation of a new system and for repair or
replacement of an existing system. Permits may be obtained from the Building Regulations office
located in Room 305 of the Historic Courthouse. For a complete copy of the regulations pertaining
to on-site wastewater systems, see the On-site Wastewater Regulations & Standards
or contact the Environmental
Section office at (417) 868-4147.
In order to obtain a permit for construction of a new on-site wastewater system or for repair or replacement of an existing system, the following information must be submitted:
On-site wastewater system installers must be currently certified with Greene County and the Missouri Department of Health & Senior Services . Contact information for County- Certified On-site Wastewater System Installers are maintained by this office.
How do I maintain my septic system?
How do I maintain my pump to gravity flow septic system?
How do I maintain my low pressure wastewater treatment system?
How do I maintain my subsurface drip wastewater treatment system?
How do I maintain my lagoon?
How do I protect my well?
What is a sinkhole?