Land Disturbance is any activity that changes the conditions of land form, or vegetation, creates bare soil, or
otherwise may cause erosion or sedimentation. Activities include clearing, grubbing, removal of vegetation, stripping, excavating, filling, and storing materials.
A permit is required if more than 50 cubic yards of dirt will be moved or 1,000 square feet of ground is disturbed. The fee for the permit is dependent on the number of cubic yards to be moved.
Clearing and Grubbing Work
Properties located in a designated Floodplain
According to the NFIP, residential and commercial building located in the 100-year flood zone with mortgages and/or loans from federally-regulated or insured lenders are required to carry flood insurance. Flood insurance rates are determined by FEMA and your insurance agent.
Any type of work in the designated 100-year flood zone will require a Floodplain development permit prior to starting work.
Private Wastewater Disposal systems are installed in areas where no public sewers are available. New lots must be at least 3 acres for a septic system. A permit is required for all new systems and repairs to existing systems. Systems are inspected to ensure compliance with Missouri Department of Health rules.