Sewer & Water Service

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Sewer & Water Service Applications

Applications for new sewer and water service are available below as a fillable pdf form.  Please fill out the applicable sections and either print the form out and bring it with you to the District or e-mail  the pdf form to the Engineering Department for use in a future appointment.  Connection costs for new water and sewer service (including the new Capacity Expansion Connection Charge (CECC) for the Totem Lake neighborhood) are outlined in the Single Family Sewer / Water Connection Cost Information sheet.  For more detailed information on the Totem Lake CECC, click here.


Sewer & Water Availability Certificates

Availability certificates are required by the building permit authority, and provide the opportunity for the District to review the proposed development project and inform the applicant of water and sewer connection conditions. Please complete the highlighted portions only of the appropriate form(s) listed below, and submit completed form(s) with full payment and a property site plan, which shows the improvements you plan to make to your property. The fee is $135 for each certificate (please note that the City of Kirkland’s combined certificate for water and sewer carries only one $135 charge). Payment for the availability certificates is due at the time of your request and must be made in person or by mail; Northshore Utility District is unable to take payments by phone. Certificates may take two to three weeks to complete.

  City of Bothell - Sewer City of Lake Forest Park - Sewer 

City of Bothell - Water City of Lake Forest Park - Water

City of Kenmore - Sewer City of Woodinville - Sewer

City of Kenmore - Water City of Woodinville - Water
  City of Kirkland - Sewer & Water  

Industrial Waste Discharge Permits

Contractors requesting to discharge industrial waste into the sanitary sewer system must obtain a permit. Industrial Waste Discharge permits are $125 plus $6 per CCF of discharge. Applicants must also obtain approval from King County before any discharge will be allowed. Information regarding King County’s approval process can be found at the King County website.

The NUD industrial waste permit application can be found here.