Sewage Disposal

ANNOUNCEMENT  April 6th 2020 

For the duration of Governor Lee’s Mandatory “Stay at Home” order (currently effective through April 14, 2020) issuance of in-person permits and the in-person payment of fees associated with the Department of Sewage Disposal Management can only be obtained by appointment, and only on Tuesday (April 7 and 14, 2020) and Thursday (April 9, 2020). Similarly, any other business with the Department that must be done in-person will only be done by appointment and only on Tuesday (April 7 and 14, 2020) and Thursday (April 9, 2020). You may schedule an appointment by calling 615-790-5751, or by contacting the department via the web at https://www.williamsoncounty-tn.gov/126/Sewage-Disposal. Thank you in advance for your cooperation.

March 25 ,2020
NOTICE PLEASE READ

In light of the CDC recommendations to maintain appropriate social distancing, please utilize our online application system, idtPlans, or call our office at (615) 790-5751 for all applications, permits, and questions that can be handled without face to face interaction. If it is necessary to speak to someone in person, please consider calling the office and scheduling an appointment with the appropriate personnel. Your cooperation is greatly appreciated while we try to maintain a healthy environment for all visitors and staff.

March 20, 2020

PUBLIC NOTICE

The health of Williamson County citizens is a primary concern of Williamson County Government.  In accordance with the recommendation from the CDC to help prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus, notice is hereby given that until further notice, the Community Development Department will no longer hold in-house pre-application meetings in our offices.  Please contact the Planning Department at 615-790-5725 or https://www.williamsoncounty-tn.gov/103/Planning-Zoning
 in order to set-up a pre-application meeting by remote means.


Overview


The Department of Sewage Disposal Management is charged with the task of ensuring that the laws of Williamson County regarding the use and placement of individual, onsite septic tank / sewage disposal systems (septic systems), are fairly implemented and enforced so as to protect:
  • The health and well-being of the general public.
  • The irreplaceable groundwater resources of the county.
  • The quality of the environment which the citizens of the county enjoy.

Flooded Water Well Notice


Find out what to do with a water well after a flood.

Emergency Relief Measures


If you are experiencing a septic system backup into the internal plumbing fixtures of a structure, please view information for emergency relief measures available during periods when the office is closed.