Project Development Toolbox

The Project Development Toolbox contains seven stages. Some or all of these stages may or may not be required for each project. All pertinent documents for each stage are linked on the summary, which also explains a little bit about each stage. The checklists note what is required for submittal in each stage.

Stage 1 - Sewer Availability Stage 2 - Sufficiency Review (Subdivision)
Stage 3 - Preliminary Construction Plan Review
Stage 4 - Release for Construction (RFC)
Stage 5 - Final Construction and Inspection
Stage 6 - Documentation, As-Built and Testing
Stage 7 - Warranty Inspection
Project Types
  • City or County Subdivision Projects: Review Stage 1 for sewer availability information and submit a Stage 2 Checklist with the sufficiency review submittal.
  • Sewer Main Extension Projects: Begin at Stage 1 for sewer availability information and submit a Stage 3 Checklist, which applies to the submittal of preliminary plans.
  • Storm Sewer Projects: Begin at Stage 3, which applies to the submittal of preliminary plans.
  • Trail Projects within Public Right-of-Way: Begin at Stage 3, which applies to the submittal of preliminary plans.
  • Trail Projects outside Public Right-of-Way: Are not required to go through the checklist process.
  • Public Right-of-Way/Easements: Curb/Gutter and sidewalk projects - contact our office to find out if your project qualifies for the checklist process.
  • Private Road Projects: Contact our office to find out if your project qualifies for the checklist process.
  • Water Main Extensions or Light Utility Projects: These require approval for location by the city engineer, but are not required to follow the checklist process.
More Information
If your project does not fit any of these criteria, please contact Development Services at 406-552-6630 for additional information.