Serving You During COVID-19
While CDH is currently open regular business hours (8 am to 5 pm) for septic permit applications and processing, we encourage you to submit your applications online where possible instead of in-person. Septic permit applications can be submitted at EHApps@cdh.idaho.gov.
The links below provide an interface to all subdivision and septic system records in Central District Health databases. Central District Health strives to maintain complete and accurate records. However, we cannot guarantee that all historic records in our databases are error free. Please consider this in your use of records obtained here.
The records compiled date back to 1971, but not all properties will appear in the database. Some older records specifically from Ada County could not be configured to fit into the system. Therefore a search for some records of permits issued prior to the year 2000 may result in a “No Match” finding because images of those documents do not exist in the new database. An alternate search for old records is provided (CDP Search) and some of those records may exist there. When searching for older permits we recommend searching by the legal description of the property, For example; Lot , Block, and Subdivision as physical addresses were not always provided or entered.
Search the Database for Subdivisions
Search the Database for Lots/Files/Parcels
CDP – Search the Database for OLD Lots/Files/Parcels
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