Enforcement Officers (EO)
Enforcement Officer Contact List (October 21, 2015)
2015 Enforcement Office and Certified Wetland Specialist Workshops
(3) CECs available for attending a workshop.
Watershed Development Ordinance Re-formatting
Isolated Waters of Lake County Exclusions
The 5 W's of Watershed Development Permitting
Designated Erosion Control Inspector Program
Permitting Efficiencies and Program Enhancements
About the EO Program
Every Lake County municipality is required to have a designated EO per the Lake County Watershed Development Ordinance (WDO). The EO oversees the implementation of the WDO within that community.
See the list of EOs for contact information regarding your community's stormwater and floodplain permits.
The WDO outlines the requirements or duties of the EO. To be qualified to act as an EO, the person must pass the Lake County Enforcement Officer's Exam, and be employed by the Certified Community or on contract to act as the EO on behalf of the community. Duties include permit record keeping, permit review, and enforcement.