You can email completed forms to EHealth@mijackson.org and then call to make payment over the phone. If you do not want to make payment over the phone you can stop in with payment or send a check through the mail to:
Jackson County Health Department
1715 Lansing Ave, Room 001
Jackson, MI 49202
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After you have applied and paid for your permit a sanitarian will review the submitted information and materials for completeness and/or visit the site. A permit will then be issued via email, fax, or mail to the applicant and homeowner. A copy of the permit shall be posted on site for the duration of the project. Once the project is completed (permanent stabilization measures are in place) the responsible party should contact the Environmental Health office to request a final inspection. Upon an approved final inspection, the office will process the return of the cash bond to the current responsible party.
Frequently asked Questions (PDF) has additional information on Soil Erosion and Sedimentation Control permits, why soil erosion and sedimentation control is important, reviews requirements and explains control measures.