Connecting a New Development: For Contractors

Building homes in the new development

So you are building a home in a neighborhood that is part of the Boone County Regional Sewer District. Early in the process, we recommend that you stop by the Sewer District to fill out the Application for Service. At that time, we can determine what kind of system serves the neighborhood and identify the inspection and connection fee. Most of the District's system is a conventional gravity system but many of the new neighborhoods are served by pressurized systems.

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The inspection fee for a connection to a Gravity System is different from the fee for Pressurized Systems since inspecting a gravity connection usually only requires one trip whereas there are four inspections of a pressurized system. The connection fee is the same for all new connections; however, the fee has been waived in subdivisions where the developer paid for the cost of providing wastewater treatment.

Download the Boone County Regional Sewer District's Subdivision Facilities List to find out what type of system serves the subdivision in which you are building and the current connection fee and inspection fee.

You can review the Applications for Service by clicking the link below.


If you are building a home in a neighborhood that utilizes a STEP system, please download and review the specifications.

Contact our staff if you have questions about building a home in a new development in the Boone County Regional Sewer District's territory.