I need to know the location and size of my septic system, how many bedrooms my system is built for, or other general septic records?

Depending on when your system was installed, these records may be on file with the health department. We can look up these records using the street address or legal description of the property. In general, records exist for most systems installed or repaired after 1965. These records will usually consist of an "as-built" drawing of the system, the original application form and engineering design. 


Many of the records have been scanned or microfilmed and can easily be sent to you electronically. To request records, call 303-271-5756 and provide the address and legal description of the property in question. Responses to requests usually take 2 business days.

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1. A brown liquid is bubbling out of my garden; can you identify this substance?
2. Can I install my own septic system?
3. Do you have a list of engineers?
4. How do I obtain a permit to replace or install a septic system?
5. How often do I pump my septic tank?
6. I need to know the location and size of my septic system, how many bedrooms my system is built for, or other general septic records?
7. I'm considering building a new house in the mountains. How much property do I need to install a septic system and well?
8. There is a failing septic in my neighborhood. Could you please investigate this situation?
9. What are the fees for a septic system permit?
10. What do I need to do to get a variance?
11. What if I want a septic system for a business or commercial facility?
12. What is a Higher Level Treatment system?
13. Who can design my septic system?