Agreement to landscape: water line easement – For a landowner who requests permission to place landscaping in a dedicated easement area
Agreement for sign installation – For a landowner who requests permission to place a sign within an easement area of CUD. CUD may limit the size, height, and placement of the sign as a condition of giving permission.
Developer agreement – A legal document for extension of water service for developers
Developer packet – At nearly 40 pages, this downloadable resource carries a variety of forms and documents including:
Development fee structure – these tables indicate the fees associated with review, design, and inspection activities. Contact information for our engineers is included.
Decentralized wastewater homebuilder lot approval – This form is required for the purchase of a permit for STEP (Septic Tank Effluent Pump) sewer service.
Fire hydrant application – Most fire hydrants are installed by developers as part of new construction. CUD does not install fire hydrants except as part of construction. If you are a developer and require a public hydrant(s) for your development, please fill out this form.
Fire line information sheet – All fire lines connected to CUD public water mains are metered. It will be the developer/contractor’s responsibility to furnish and install the meter as specified by CUD.
Move tap request – For builder or property owner requesting relocation of water service, if lot is subject to CUD clear space easement as noted on final plat.
Plat certifications – Covers STEP sewers, site plans for water, approval of water systems, and the final plat for fire sprinklers
Private fire system maintenance agreement – For a landowner who intends to construct a private water distribution system for fire protection
Technical specifications for CUD – This 56-page downloadable document speaks to topics ranging from materials needed for water line additions to excavation and backfill to maintenance obligations.
Water service availability request – Applicable to city and county planning authorities and sewer providers, as well as single-family, multi-family, and commercial fire protection