Application For A Notice

For Proposed Development in a Vulnerable Area for a Municipal Drinking Water Source

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Fields marked with (*) are required

Landowner
Agent/Applicant
What is your preferred method of contact?*
Type of Development/Works Proposed
Location and Other Details of the Proposed Development

Existing Use (select all that apply) *

Proposed Use (select all that apply) *

Select Yes or No for each item below that is, or may be, associated with the proposal

Liquid fuel > 250L (includes home heating oil)*
Automotive or manufacturing and processing related*
Industrial strength cleaning agents*
Application of septage (untreated liquids and solids from septic systems and holding tanks)*
Petroleum refining waste; hazardous, liquid, industrial/commercial or municipal waste; mine tailings*
Waste generated from medical, dental or veterinarian practice*
Sanitary and/or storm, sewer systems and related pipes*
Sewage system*
Application, handling or storage of fertilizers, pesticides or agricultural source material (i.e. manure)*
Application, handling or storage of non-agricultural source material (i.e. biosolids)*
Grazing, pasturing or livestock confinement yard*

Terms and Conditions

  • Notices issued by Otonabee Conservation under Section 59 of the Clean Water Act are non-transferable.
  • Permits, approvals, etc. may be required from other agencies prior to undertaking any activities that may be associated with this Application. The issuance of a Notice upon review of this Application does not exempt the owner/applicant from complying with any or all other applicable laws, statutes, ordinances, directives, regulations, approvals, etc. as they may relate to the activities carried out on the Property.
  • If information on or with this Application is determined to be untrue or incorrect, Otonabee Conservation reserves the right to nullify any decisions and issuances based on the review of this Application.
  • All non-personal information related to this Application becomes the property of Otonabee Conservation and may be used by Otonabee Conservation and its’ member municipalities. Members of the public may view studies, plans, reports and issuances related to this Application by submitting a formal request under the Municipal Freedom of Information Protection and Privacy Act, RSO 1990, c. M. 56. Access is subject to statutory exemptions.