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REGULATIONS AND MAPPING
The Plainville Aquifer Protection Area Regulations were adopted on October 14, 2008. You may access the regulations by clicking on the link below. Please direct any questions the Department of Planning and Economic Development at 860-793-0221 ext. 210.
Plainville's Aquifer Protection Areas are officially delineated on the Town's Zoning Map.You may click on the link below to review the areas that have been adopted, and that are awaiting adoption.
Click the link below to download form APA-001 to determine if the land use you are conducting, or propose to conduct is regulated. If so, you are required to register the existing use or receive a permit for any proposed use that has already been legally registered in accordance with the regulations.
If the use of the land predates the adoption of the regulations, or the approved mapping for your specific area, whichever is later, you may be eligible to register the use. Please review these instructions carefully.
If your facility is eligible for registration, you may use the form below to register with the Agency.
If your facility/use has obtained a valid registration from the Agency, and you wish to expand, change or otherwise modify the legally registered use, you are eligible to apply for a permit to do so. Please review the permit instructions below carefully.
Use the form below to request a permit to change or expand a legally registered use.
You may use the form below as a template for the development of a materials management plan for a new registration where the Agency determines such plan may be prepared by other than a licensed professional engineer (PE) or licensed environmental professional (LEP). The Material Management Plan is required for registration and permitting and must be kept on the premises at all times.
All applications for permits must include, on the form provided by the Agency, a completed Environmental Compliance Information Form. The necessary form and instructions are found below: