In general, land disturbance permit applications must include the following items either electronically attached to the application or delivered/mailed to the Permit office:
A plan showing proposed Erosion and Sediment Control measures for the land-disturbing activity. In some cases a plan will have already been approved by the Environmental Services Division of the Department of Engineering during the Development Services plan review process.
A copy of the card/certificate for the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) certified responsible land disturber.
Projects may require additional documents not mentioned above based on the size and type of activity. These documents may include a refundable Soil Removal and Disturbance Bond, a VSMP/VPDES Registration Statement form, an Agreement In Lieu of Plan form, etc. If you have any questions, please contact the Permit office at email@example.com or (757) 933-2311.