An Irrigation Permit is required before you install any lawn irrigation system which you permanently connect to the City’s water supply.
A lawn sprinkler permit is not required when making repairs to the piping of an existing lawn irrigation system unless the back-flow prevention device is being replaced.
After the system has been installed and completed. A state certified back flow prevention tester must test the back flow device and a cross connection test report must be completed at www.vepollc.com . The backflow report must be completed at www. vepollc.com within 72 hours of test completion and the inspection to notify the city the back flow test report was completed must be requested via www.mygovernmentonline.org .
Where to apply:
Apply online at www.mygovernmentonline.org for a lawn sprinkler permit, select irrigation application and upload the irrigation plan that is sealed/stamped /signed by a Licensed Irrigator and as built plans if the irrigation system includes a new water service/water meter.
Water Meter Needed: Additional requirements may required if installing a new water tap.
Fee Schedule: Click here for fee schedule
Contractors: All contractor must be registered. Click here to register.
As a homeowner can pull my own permits?
A Homestead Exemption permit may be issued to non-licensed individuals to perform plumbing, electrical and mechanical work within the dwelling premises that they own and occupy. Before beginning any work, the unlicensed person must first sign an affidavit stating that the applicant owns and occupies the structure and is responsible for conducting the work to code specifications, provide proof of ownership from Williamson County Appraisal District and pay all required permit fees. Homeowner exemptions do not apply to rental or commercial properties.
TCEQ Landscape Irrigation information: https://www.tceq.texas.gov/drinkingwater/irrigation
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