Environmental Health Fees
- Last Updated: 11.21.13
Department of Health's Fees for Environmental Health Services
|Subdivision (unplatted lot)||$750/lot|
|Retest of an unplatted lot||$400|
|Septic Installation Permits
|Drain Field or Drywell||$475|
|Septic Distribution Box||$225|
|Non-Conventional Nitrogen-Reducing System||$750|
|Bay Restoration Advanced Pretreatment Unit||$600|
|Commercial System (Each additional 2,000 gal/day flow)||$1,500|
|Commercial Grease Trap||$1,000|
|Liquid Waste Hauler Vehicle Inspection||$150|
|Public Swimming Pool/Spa Permits|
|Public and Semi-Public Pools/Spas Operating 6 months or more||$725|
|Public and Semi-Public Pools/Spas Operating less than 6 months||$350|
|Public Swimming Pools/Spa Plan Review|
|Public or Semi-Public Pool||$500|
|Public or Semi-Public Pool with Spa||$750|
|Well Construction Permits|
|Test, Observation or Monitoring Well||$160|
|*A well or cluster of wells used exclusively to transfer heat to or from the ground or groundwater|
|Food Service Facility Operating Permits|
|High Priority (mid-year operating less than 4 months)||$395|
|Medium Priority (mid-year operating less than 6 months)||$195|
|Temporary (High and Medium Priority)||$195|
|Temporary (Low Priority)||$35|
|Temporary (Excluded Organization)||Exempt|
|An excluded organization is defined as a bonafide
nonprofit charitable, fraternal or religious organization
with tax-exempt status.
|Bed and Breakfast (High Priority)||$400|
|Bed and Breakfast (Medium Priority)||$270|
|Food Service Facilities - Plan Review - HACCP (Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points System) and Structural|
|High/Medium Priority Structural Plan Review||$750|
|High/Medium Priority HACCP Plan Review||$750|
|Low Priority Structural Plan Review||$500|
|Reinspection Fee for Food Service Facility||$175|
Applications and fees for perc testing, sewage disposal system installation and liquid waste vehicle inspection should be submitted to the Anne Arundel County Permit Application Center, 2664 Riva Road, Annapolis, MD 21401.
Applications and fees for public swimming pools and spas and food service facilities should be submitted to the Anne Arundel County Department of Health, Environmental Health Bureau, 3 Harry S. Truman Parkway, Annapolis, MD 21401.
Applications and fees for well construction can be submitted to the Permit Application Center or the Department of Health.
Perc testing, sewage disposal installation and well construction permit fees are waived for applicants who are qualified for assistance from the Well and Septic Assistance Program.
For general information about services provided by the Environmental Health Bureau, call 410-222-7193 on weekdays or visit Licenses and Permits.