The Subdivision, Infrastructure and Planning Program is part of the Water and Waste Management Division of the Environmental Services Department of Maricopa County and is responsible for approving and regulating water, wastewater and reclaimed water facilities and systems located within the public right-of-way.
The Subdivision, Infrastructure and Planning Program's activities include:
Plan Approvals - Review and approve plans to revise or modify the operation of existing facilities or systems or proposals for the development of new facilities or systems. Issue an approval if the plan is acceptable.
Project Approvals - Review engineering documentation and designs for the construction of new facilities and systems or the modification of existing ones. Issue approvals to allow construction to proceed and when construction is completed.
Regulatory Review - Develop revisions to the rules and regulations within Maricopa County government pertaining to water, wastewater and reclaimed water facilities and systems and provide input to other governmental agencies for proposed changes to rules and regulations.
Technical Support - Provide technical support to other programs within the Water and Waste Management Division and act as a technical liaison to other governmental agencies.
In addition to the above activities, Subdivision, Infrastructure and Planning Program staff routinely offer outreach, instruction, and advice regarding the rules and regulations applicable to water, wastewater and reclaimed water facilities and systems located within Maricopa County.