Marin County offers free assistance at monthly project coordination meetings to review and guide projects through the environmental and regulatory permit process. Click HERE to find out how to get on the agenda and speak to the regulatory agencies yourself!
PERMITS & ASSOCIATED FEES
- 1600 Lake and Streambed Alteration Agreement with Department of Fish and Wildlife (DFW): Application, Fee Schedule, and Instructions
- Army Corps of Engineers (ACOE): Application, Sample Application, Nationwide Permits Descriptions
- 401 Certification with Regional Water Quality Control Board (RWQCB): Application, Fee Calculator
- California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA): Information on CEQA, Guidelines and Statues (2014)
- Creek Permit with Marin County: Application, Checklist
- Encroachment Permit with Marin County: Application, Fact Sheet
- Grading Permit with Marin County: Application
- Joint Aquatic Resources Permit Application (JARPA) which combines DFW 1600, 401 Certification from RWQCB and a Nationwide 27 from ACOE: Instructions, Application
For resource violations or contact information for regulatory agencies, click HERE.