Codes and Regulations

Board of Health Meetings

View agenda's and notes from past meetings or attend every 3rd Tuesday of the month at 1:30 in the Commissioner's Board Room 160 at the Clallam County Courthouse.

Clallam County On-site Code Chapter 41.20

Peruse the On-site section of local code.

Department of Health Onsite Sewage Systems

This site explains the importance of properly functioning OSS, how some areas are environmentally more sensitive to pollution from OSS, and the different roles state agencies, local health jurisdictions, and homeowners play in managing small on-site sewage systems. 

Fee Schedule for Environmental Health Services (PDF)

Fees are authorized as a power and duty of local boards of health under RCW 70.05.060(7) 

Marine Recovery Area (MRA)

A Marine Recovery Area (MRA) is established to focus attention on and protect especially sensitive marine waters from pollution from poorly functioning or failing septic systems.

On-site Septic System Inspection Status Map

View a map of the system inspection status.

On-Site Septic System Management Plan (2007) (PDF)

Read the management plan.

Summary of Septic System Inspection RequirementsCodes and Regulations Opens in new window

If you own a septic system anywhere in Washington State, you are required by state law to check your septic system on a regular basis to make sure it is working properly.

Washington Administrative Code (WAC) Chapter 246-272A On-site Sewage Systems