- Permit Application and Site Plan
- Additional Plans Forms as required in section 3701-28-03(E) and (F) of the Administrative Code.
- Required for the construction or alteration of ponds, springs, cisterns, wells drilled in areas of known flowing well conditions, systems serving greater than a three (3) family dwelling, and systems servicing buildings (as defined in section 3781.06 of the Revised Code).
Filing or Searching Well Logs and Sealing Reports
Filing Well Logs / Sealing Reports
The Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) Groundwater Program has moved. The new mailing address for all correspondence, including well log and drilling reports and sealing reports, is:
ODNR Div. of Geological Survey
2045 Morse Road, Bldg. C-2
Columbus, OH 43229-6693
Please discard all pre-addressed envelopes you may have.
If you have filing questions, contact Jim Raab at 614-265-6747 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Searching Well Logs / Sealing Reports
Well log and sealing report searches may be done on the ODNR website or by calling 614-265-6740.
Completion Form for Private Water Systems
- Well - Pump - Distribution
- Cisterns and Hauled Water Storage Tanks
- Continuous Disinfection
Well Logs, Completion Forms, and Sealing Reports must be completed and submitted to the Local Health District within thirty (30) days of the completion of the work you perform;
Water Treatment and Filtration Label Templates
Use these templates with your company name on them to label the disinfection and filtration component of the private water system.
- Disinfection and Filtration Device Labels
- Disinfection Solution Tank Warning Labels
- Filter Replacement Labels
Registration forms for Private Water Systems Contractors
OEPA District Offices
If you are working on water system for a water system with more than 15 service connections, or that serves more than 25 people more than 60 days out of the year, please contact the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (Ohio EPA) District Office of Drinking and Ground Waters prior to obtaining a permit from the local health district. The Ohio EPA will determine if you meet the requirements as a public water system. If not, contact your Local Health District to obtain a permit to construct, alter, or seal a private water system.