Engineering Plan Review

CVC provides plan review and technical clearance services to municipalities and other organizations for planning and development related applications. Engineering Plan review team provides technical support in review of applications. Please refer to Planning & Permits for further details on CVC’s role and input through various processes and applications, and for Watershed Planning and Regulation Policies.

CVC has prepared Technical Guidelines that help to assess the suitability of proposed developments within the Watershed.  Appropriate technical guidelines should be referenced for all applications submitted. The use of technical standards in the preparation of planning and permit applications may reduce the response time of CVC’s permitting process. Please refer to Permit Review Process and CVC Plan Review Process for additional information.

It is CVC’s requirement that all technical reports and design drawings be sealed and signed by Qualified Professional(s).

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