Seymour Excavation Permit Bond

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Who needs an excavation permit bond in Seymour, Connecticut?

All prospective excavating contractors (for the following purposes) must obtain a permit and post a $10,000 bond.

  • Utility building service
  • Utility mains
  • Sanitary sewer building service
  • Sanitary sewer main
  • Connection to the storm sewer

Additional Permit Requirements

Excavation contractors must also:

  • Submit a permit application to the Office of the Building Inspector
  • Schedule inspections with the Town Engineer
  • Provide a certificate of insurance

You can find more details on the Seymour form

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