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Soil Erosion and Sedimentation Control

The Eaton County Enforcing Agency (Drain Commissioner) is responsible for the enforcement of soil erosion and sedimentation laws within the boundaries of Eaton County, except the City of Lansing. There are also several Authorized Public Agencies in the county responsible for monitoring their own activities. These include Michigan Department of Transportation, Eaton County Road Commission, Eaton County Drain Commissioner, City of Charlotte, Lansing Board of Water and Light and Delta Charter Township.

When paying permit fees, please make checks payable to the "Eaton County Drain Commissioner".

 HOW-TO VIDEO Installing Silt Fence 

Silt Fence Photo

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Soil Erosion Complaints

Rules:

2005 Soil Erosion and Sedimentation Control Ordinance

SESC FORMS & APPLICATIONS:

ALL APPLICATION FORMS MUST BE COMPLETELY FILLED OUT OR THE APPLICATION MAY BE DELAYED OR DENIED.

SEE SESC SITE PLAN MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS BELOW.

SESC Site Plan Minimum Requirements
 

Commercial SESC Permit Application Packet ~ fillable form

Residential SESC Permit Application Packet~ fillable form

Transer of Permit Form & Homeowner Instructions -  DEQ REQUIRED TRANSFER FORM - Homeowner Responsibility

 

Other:

Fee Schedule (effective 01/01/2016)

Schedule of Fines (effective 01/01/2016)

Frequently Asked Questions

 


 

Soil Erosion Control Links

  • Even with the best Soil and Water Polution Prevention Plan (Soil Erosion Control Plan) designers still need to buy products and keep up on the latest technology and be reminded of existing technology. The following links may be helpful, let us know if you find broken links or bad advice.

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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