New Bond and Permit Package
Once the project engineer completes the requirements for the Bond and Permit Package as outlined in the Permit and Bond letters, the package is submitted to the Bonds and Agreements Center with the bond and fees, as listed below, for review of completeness and to prepare the package for approval.
- The bond can be in the form of a corporate surety, letter of credit, set-aside letter or cash.
- Conservation escrow, as determined in the Surety Value Estimate form, to ensure site stabilization measures are in place during construction.
- Pro-rata share is a fee to accommodate stormwater management due to the increase in impervious area due to the project.
- County inspection fees.
- Land Disturbance Application.
Bond and permit packages are reviewed weekly by the county's Bond Committee which is made up of staff from the County Attorney’s Office, Department of Finance and Bonds and Agreements Center. The developer is then notified of the committee’s decision.