This map project shows the inspection status of properties served by a septic system according to Clallam County Environmental Health database records. The OSS Status Map was last updated June 28, 2023 and is still under further development. Read on...
The professionals who design, inspect, install and pump your septic system must be licensed or permitted to operate in Clallam County as well as bonded or licensed by the Department of Licensing. Read on...
All Clallam County Cases can be reviewed with some document records displayed as downloadable PDF's that can also be viewed in browser. Septic system permits and record drawings should be available as attached documents along w/some inspection reports. More info
What does Clallam County’s On-site Program do?
We protect public health and the environment by making sure septic systems function properly! The On-site Program assures that septic systems are designed, installed, and maintained in ways that meet State and local standards. It is called the On-site Program because septic systems generally treat and dispose of sewage on the site where it is created. A household septic system properly designed, installed, and maintained on suitable soil is as effective as a sophisticated sewage treatment plant.
Some of these projects have been funded wholly or in part by the United States Environmental Protection Agency under assistance agreement PC-01J18001 to the Washington State Department of Health. The contents of these documents do not necessarily reflect the views and policies of the Environmental Protection Agency, nor does mention of trade names or commercial products constitute endorsement or recommendation for use.