Permits & Forms
Erosion and Sediment Control Activities and Programs
Before you move earth for your building project, we can help you determine which permits you might need, identify the best ways to keep soil on your site, ensure that streams are not affected, and stay compliant with current regulations during construction.
Chapter 105 Permits and Forms
- Chapter 105 General Permits (paper)
- Chapter 105 General Permits (electronic)
- Chapter 105 Permit Transfer
For more information contact Joseph Hudson
Chapter 102/NPDES Permits and Forms
- NOI Forms, Checklist, and Instructions
- NPDES Permit Modules
- NPDES Co-Permittee Transfer Form 3930-PM-W0228
- NPDES Notice of Termination (NOT)
- Visual Inspection Report
For more information contact Tom Revak.
PA Stormwater Best Management Practices Manual
DEP Erosion and Sedimentation Pollution Control Program Manual (2012 version)
National Wetlands Inventory Wetland Mapper
Pennsylvania Conservation Explorer (used for PNDI environmental review)
The goal of the Erosion and Sediment Control program is to protect and maintain the waterways of the Commonwealth and Erie County through a Best Management Practice approach focused on minimizing accelerated erosion during earth disturbance activities. Authority in this program is delegated to ECCD from the PA Department of Environmental Protection. Activities include permitting for Chapter 102 and Chapter 105 (part of Title 25 under the PA code) activities and National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES PAG-2) during construction activities.