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Pay Annual Operational Permit

Pay Annual Operational Permit

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Annual Operational Permit Payment

If your property is served by an onsite wastewater treatment system which generates a discharge, you will be invoiced for an annual inspection. Please remit payment by stated due date found on your invoice.

There are three ways to pay your Annual Operational Permit invoice.

  • By mail:
    • Only checks are accepted by mail.
    • Follow the instructions on your invoice.
  • In person:
    • Only checks or cash are accepted in person.
    • Bring your invoice and payment to the Scott County Health Department.
  • Discover, MasterCard, Visa, or checking account routing number accepted. (Service delivery fees apply)
    • Credit cards are accepted online only - not accepted by mail, in person or over the phone.
    • To start online payment, enter your account number in payment form on next column on this page.

Payment options and corresponding service delivery fees:

If paying online, the following service delivery fees apply.

Type At the counter or by mail Online
Cash No Fee Not accepted
Check/E-check No Fee $2.00 per transaction.
Credit Card Not accepted at the counter 2.25% plus $1.50 per transaction.
Debit Card Not accepted Not accepted

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