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Manchester

Location  14318 Manchester Road Manchester MO 63011 Contact: 636-227-1385 Website: http://www.manchestermo.gov/

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Occupancy Permit Requirements

  • Residential Occupancy Permit Required Yes
  • Rental Occupancy Permit Required Yes
  • Commercial Occupancy Permit Required Yes

Occupancy Inspection Details

A municipal inspection is required with any change of ownership or occupant. The Occupancy Permit must be obtained prior to occupancy.

Check here for guidelines to Manchester’s municipal inspections.

If you have any questions, we are happy to guide you through the process. Please feel free to contact the Planning and Zoning Department at 636.227.1385 ext. 118.

Sewer Lateral Insurance Program

Sewer Lateral Program Details

Homeowner pays first $750.

Policy & Procedures

Eligibility
  1. This program provides insurance coverage to assist Manchester homeowners with the cost of repairs to residential sewer lateral service lines. Manchester’s program applies to all residential property containing 6 or fewer dwelling units and all individual condominium units.
  2. The owner of a single family home may have authorized costs not to exceed $6,000 covered by the insurance program in repairing defective sewer lateral service lines serving the property of the owner, in compliance with the City’s policy and procedures governing this program.
  3. Each owner of a single family home shall be assessed $28 per year on their annual general tax levy bill. Owners of residential dwellings who are delinquent in paying any City of Manchester taxes, fees or assessments will not be allowed to participate in the program until all taxes; fees, assessment and interest have been paid.
  4. Commercial and industrial properties cannot participate in the program.
Procedure
    1. A sewer lateral service line is the sewer line, which generally extends three to five (3-5) feet from the outside of the building foundation wall or exterior wall to the sewer main in the street or sewer easement. It does not include a sewer line located under any part of any building. A sewer lateral service line may be located in a front, side, or rear yard.
    2. A defective lateral sewer service is defined as a line not functioning properly due to one or more of the following reasons:
    3. Collapsed or broken to the extent that adequate flow is not permitted
    4. Severe offset of a joint that does not permit adequate flow
    5. Severe backfall or belly that does not permit adequate flow
    6. Sewer blockage that cannot be physically cleaned out
    7. Owner is experiencing a problem with their sewer lateral service line, the Owner must contact a licensed plumbing company or licensed drainlayer to have the lateral sewer service line cabled. (Sometimes the problem is not with the line itself, but may have become clogged by materials in the line.) As a common home maintenance expense, the cost of this cabling is not reimbursable by the Program.
    8. If the problem is not resolved by cabling of the line, the owner should file a repair program application with the City. A $750 application fee must be submitted with the application.

Applications are available on the City’s website or at:
Manchester City Hall
14318 Manchester Road
Manchester MO 63011

*** Please Note: Most municipalities, cities, and counties with sewer lateral programs limit reimbursements and expenses to the amount available in the Fund at any time. Some offer waiting lists and reimbursements out of the next year’s Fund revenue. Funds typically are on a first-come, first-served basis. You should always check on fund availability. Additionally, most municipalities will require proof of PAID real estate tax bills, city fees, taxes, including personal property taxes, and trash fees if applicable for eligibility to participate in any available programs.

City Services Phone Directory

  • Police Department 636-227-1410
  • Fire Department 636-256-2000 West County EMS & Fire Protection District
  • Animal Control 314-615-0650
  • Parks and Recreation 636-391-6326
  • Public Works 636-227-1385

Utilities

  • Electricity Ameren Missouri
  • Natural Gas Spire
  • Water Missouri American Water Company
  • Sewer MSD (Metropolitan Sewer District)
  • Garbage / Recycling 636-947-5959 Republic Trash Service

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Maplewood

Location 7601 Manchester Rd. Maplewood MO 63143 Contact: 314-645-3600 Website: http://www.cityofmaplewood.com/

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Occupancy Permit Requirements

  • Residential Occupancy Permit Required Yes
  • Rental Occupancy Permit Required Yes
  • Commercial Occupancy Permit Required Yes
  • Fire Inspection Required Yes

Occupancy Inspection Details

For information regarding occupancy permit please visit the city of Maplewood’s website.

Sewer Lateral Insurance Program

Sewer Lateral Program Details

WHAT PROPERTIES ARE ELIGIBLE FOR THE PROGRAM?

Residential properties of six units or less are eligible. Larger residential buildings and commercial properties are eligible for the low-interest loan program.

WHO OWNS THE SEWER PIPES THAT SERVE MY HOME?

The sewer pipe, located underneath the basement floor of the home, which runs through the house foundation, through the yard, and connects to the sewer main pipe in the street (or alley), is property of the homeowner. The sewer main pipe is property of the Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District.

WHAT REPAIRS ARE COVERED UNDER THE PROGRAM?

The program covers replacing defective pipe from the sewer main line in the street or alley to one foot outside the building foundation (which includes front porches). The program does not include pipe replacement in the foundation wall or underneath the basement floor. The program also does not cover the cost of cleaning by cabling, removal of tree roots or debris or hydroflushing. The program does not cover excavation work under porches.

DOES THE PROPERTY OWNER PAY A PORTION OF THE COST OF THE REPAIR?

There is no charge to the property owner for a sewer lateral repair under the program.

HOW DOES THE PROPERTY OWNER PARTICIPATE IN THE PROGRAM?

The property owner contacts the Maplewood Public Works Department (645-3600) when he or she has a sewer line that is defective. The property owner must present a bill or letter from a plumbing or sewer cabling company that indicates the pipe is broken, collapsed or severely shifted, or that the company was unable to open the sewer line. The property owner is responsible for having the line cabled and videotaped. Additionally, the homeowner must provide a copy of the tape to the Public Works Department. The property owner is not required to complete an application. After this confirmation is
received, the location is added to the program list. Referrals are also received from the Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District.

WHO REPAIRS THE BROKEN LINE?

The Maplewood Public Works Department excavates, removes the defective pipe, backfills the excavation, restores the pavement and sidewalk, and reseeds of the lawn. Drain layers, licensed by St. Louis County, replace the sewer pipe. Firms are awarded the pipe replacement work by competitive bidding on an annual basis.

*** Please Note: Most municipalities, cities, and counties with sewer lateral programs limit reimbursements and expenses to the amount available in the Fund at any time. Some offer waiting lists and reimbursements out of the next year’s Fund revenue. Funds typically are on a first-come, first-served basis. You should always check on fund availability. Additionally, most municipalities will require proof of PAID real estate tax bills, city fees, taxes, including personal property taxes, and trash fees if applicable for eligibility to participate in any available programs.

City Services Phone Directory

  • Police Department 314-645-3000 Maplewood Police Department
  • Fire Department 314-646-3666 Maplewood Fire Department
  • Parks and Recreation 314-645-1476
  • Public Works 314-646-3640

Utilities

  • Electricity Ameren Missouri
  • Natural Gas Spire
  • Water Missouri American Water Company
  • Sewer MSD (Metropolitan Sewer District)

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Marlborough 

Location 7826 Wimbledon Drive Marlborough MO 63119 Contact: 314-962-5055 Website: https://www.villageofmarlborough.com/

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The information on each listing is furnished and deemed reliable to the best of St. Louis ASHI’s knowledge but should be verified prior to use. St. Louis ASHI assume no liability for typographical errors, misprints or misinformation. Please check with the individual Cities if you have any questions. These ordinances change daily; therefore, we cannot guarantee the accuracy of this information.

Occupancy Permit Requirements

  • Residential Occupancy Permit Required Yes
  • Rental Occupancy Permit Required Yes
  • Commercial Occupancy Permit Required Yes

Occupancy Inspection Details

No details are available at this time.

Sewer Lateral Insurance Program

Sewer Lateral Program Details

A sewer lateral is defined as the portion of the sewage system which carries household wastes to the Metropolitan Sewer District’s sewer main.  The sewer lateral lies between the home’s foundation wall, or exterior wall, and the MSD sewer main, which are typically located under the street or in the sewer easement.  For the purposes of this program, the sewer lateral does not include any portion of the line that lies under any part of a building.  A sewer lateral may be located in the front, side or rear yard.

All single family residences, condominiums, and duplexes within the Village of Marlborough are covered by the sewer lateral program.

A sewer problem is considered eligible to receive Village-held sewer lateral funds if after investigation and documentation by one licensed plumbing firm in St. Louis County and affirmed by a village designated plumber, the lateral sewer line is found to be crushed or collapsed due to causes beyond the control of the property owner.

Cabling, sewer cleaning, and rodding are not covered by the lateral sewer repair program.

When it has been confirmed by the village designated plumber that the sewer problem qualifies for the sewer lateral repair program, then the property owner shall solicit bids for the necessary repair work from at least three (3) plumbing contractors (one of which needs to be from village designated plumber) or drain layers licensed to perform such work in St. Louis County.  The property owner may hire the contractor which he/she determines to be the best contractor to repair the sewer line.

Corrective work which is subject for reimbursement from the sewer lateral fund is limited to excavation, repair, or replacement of the collapsed portion of the line.  Additional work shall be done at the homeowner’s expense.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION REGARDING THIS PROGRAM, PLEASE CALL VILLAGE HALL AT 314.962.5055

THE VILLAGE HAS NO OBLIGATION OR RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE PERFORMANCE BY THE CONTRACTOR AND NO RESPONSIBILITY FOR ANY DAMAGES CAUSED TO THE HOMEOWNER’S PROPERTY BECAUSE OF SEWER LINE DEFECTS.

*** Please Note: Most municipalities, cities, and counties with sewer lateral programs limit reimbursements and expenses to the amount available in the Fund at any time. Some offer waiting lists and reimbursements out of the next year’s Fund revenue. Funds typically are on a first-come, first-served basis. You should always check on fund availability. Additionally, most municipalities will require proof of PAID real estate tax bills, city fees, taxes, including personal property taxes, and trash fees if applicable for eligibility to participate in any available programs.

City Services Phone Directory

  • Police Department 314-615-4266 St. Louis County Police
  • Fire Department 314-631-1803 Afton Fire Protection District

Utilities

  • Electricity Ameren Missouri
  • Natural Gas Spire
  • Water Missouri American Water Company
  • Sewer MSD (Metropolitan Sewer District)
  • Garbage / Recycling 636-947-5959 Republic Services

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Maryland Heights

Location 11911 Dorsett Road Maryland Heights MO 63043 Contact: 314-291-6550 Website: http://www.marylandheights.com/

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Occupancy Permit Requirements

  • Residential Occupancy Permit Required Yes
  • Rental Occupancy Permit Required Yes
  • Conditional Occupancy Permit No
  • Commercial Occupancy Permit Required Yes

Occupancy Inspection Details

The Division of Building and Code Enforcement manages the building permit process, the occupancy permit program and the inspections associated with each.

Occupancy Permits

An occupancy permit is required at any change of ownership or representation of ownership, change of tenancy or construction activity. Occupancy permits are not transferable.

It is the responsibility of any person, owner, corporation or agent to not occupy or permit the occupancy of any commercial or residential premise or structure in the city without first obtaining an inspection and certificate of occupancy. The term “occupancy” includes the movement of furniture, equipment or other property into the premise or structure.

Residential Single-Family Permit Process

  • A residential occupancy permit is a two part process: to get the occupancy permit, the structure must pass a Maryland Heights building inspection.
  • If you’re a realtor of residential property, this guide provides helpful information to help your clients navigate the process. Individuals selling their homes may also find this guide helpful.
  • Residential Inspection Application
  • Residential Occupancy Permit Application
  • Includes single-family homes, duplexes, and condos.
  • Inspection fee is $75 and includes up to 2 re-inspections.
  • The City has no preference for which party applies for the inspection.
    • The applicant may be the owner, buyer, tenant, or agent and he/she will receive a fixed inspection time at the time of scheduling.
    • Someone must be present during the inspection; lock box entry is not allowed by City policy.
      • If this person is not the applicant or owner, they must be listed as an authorized representative on the inspection application form.
    • The inspection includes both the interior and exterior of the structure and normally takes less than an hour.
    • If there are any violations, the inspector will leave a Field Correction Notice listing these violations. Violations must be corrected and a reinspection performed.
  • The occupancy permit must be applied for in person by one adult member of the household.
    • Occupancy permits may be applied for prior to the inspection, but are only released once the property passes inspection.
    • When applying for the occupancy permit, you must present: 
      • A photo ID
      • Proof of Lease or Ownership (ex. lease agreement, title statement or closing documents)
    • There is NO fee for this application.
    • In special cases, the building commissioner may grant temporary occupancy permits. This is up to his discretion. For these requests, please contact Paul Garlock at (314) 738-2241 or pgarlock@marylandheights.com. Download Temporary Residential Occupancy Permit here.

Sewer Lateral Insurance Program

Sewer Lateral Program Details

The Maryland Heights sewer lateral repair program applies to owners of residential properties with six or fewer dwellings.

If you have any questions about the Sewer Lateral Repair Program, please contact the Department of Public Works at (314) 291-6550.

*** Please Note: Most municipalities, cities, and counties with sewer lateral programs limit reimbursements and expenses to the amount available in the Fund at any time. Some offer waiting lists and reimbursements out of the next year’s Fund revenue. Funds typically are on a first-come, first-served basis. You should always check on fund availability. Additionally, most municipalities will require proof of PAID real estate tax bills, city fees, taxes, including personal property taxes, and trash fees if applicable for eligibility to participate in any available programs.

City Services Phone Directory

  • Police Department 314-298-8700 Maryland Heights Police department
  • Fire Department 314-298-4400 Maryland Heights Fire Protection District
  • Building Permits 314-291-6550
  • Parks and Recreation 314-738-2599
  • Public Works 314-291-6550

Utilities

  • Electricity Ameren Missouri
  • Natural Gas Spire
  • Water Missouri American Water Company
  • Sewer MSD (Metropolitan Sewer District)
  • Garbage / Recycling Republic Services (Allied Waste)

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Moline Acres

Location 2449 Chambers Road Moline Acres MO 63136 Contact: 314-868-2433 Website: http://www.molineacres.org/

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Occupancy Permit Requirements

  • Residential Occupancy Permit Required Yes
  • Rental Occupancy Permit Required Yes
  • Commercial Occupancy Permit Required Yes

Occupancy Inspection Details

Before renting, selling or leasing your home, the owner must obtain a housing inspection from the City. Commercial properties are to obtain inspection after purchase of property. Also prior to approval, you may need the necessary permits to pass inspection.

The City of Moline Acres City Inspector is required to make an inspection and/or re-inspection on all residential and commercial properties for which there is a proposed change in occupancy and /or ownership before any work can be preformed on property. The initial inspection must be done before leasing, renting and/or selling any real property within City limits under Ord. No. 921 section 500.120. Commercial properties must follow the necessary procedures before an inspection can be done on property. After a business has been approved then an inspection can be performed on a commercial property.  An inspection report shall be written by the City Inspector for compliance or violations on residential and commercial properties. A copy will be issued to the owner.   The necessary permits needed to pass inspection will be list

Occupancy permit inspections are valid for 6 months. A residence can only remain vacant for 6 months after an approved inspection before owner is to pay for new inspection

As for Commercial occupancy permit inspections are valid for 6 months. A business can only remain vacant for 3 months after an approved inspection before owner is to pay for new inspection

If an agent and/or designee fill out this inspection form representing the owner, they are agreeing to be responsible for the property and all summonses if in violation will be issued to the signed applicant.

Sewer Lateral Insurance Program

  • Reimbursement 5,000
  • Limit of Coverage 50%
  • Contact Information 314-868-2433
  • What portion of lateral repair / replacement is covered by program? Between the foundation wall and the sewer main

Sewer Lateral Program Details

This sewer lateral program applies to single family home, duplex, condominium building or multi-family building containing not more than 6 dwelling units only and is not available to residential buildings with more than 6 units or commercial and industrial (as determined by the use of the land) property. The City will pay 50% of the authorized costs (up to $5,000.00) this price also includes the camera in repairing defective lateral sewer service lines.

A sewer lateral is defined as the portion of the sewage system, which carries household wastes to the Metropolitan Sewer District (MSD) and which lies between the structure foundation wall, or the exterior wall if construction is non-traditional, and the sewer main. The definition is the same whether the pipe is located in the front, side or rear yard. Damaged or blocked pipes located within the exterior walls of the unit are not covered under this insurance program policy. (The Sewer Lateral Program does not cover general maintenance such as branches, tree roots, foreign objects etc…..).

A sewer lateral is considered defective when there is sufficient evidence, to the satisfaction of the City, to prove that the lateral cannot be cleared to allow the lateral to function properly. Evidence includes, but is not limited to a video inspection, MSD dye test, plumber’s verification, sketches, etc. The City may require a homeowner to submit additional documentation as needed.

If a homeowner is experiencing a blockage of the sewer lateral, the owner must first contact a licensed plumber to have the line cabled. If cabling does not result in clearing the line, the owner should have a televised inspection performed showing the approximate location of the defect. The City will not reimburse owner for camera if problem is not considered to be a sewer lateral. After the television inspection is completed, the homeowner should contact the City of Moline Acres City Inspector between the hours of 9am and 4:30pm Monday through Friday to secure and application and instructions for participating in the insurance program. The homeowner shall return the completed application, a copy of the paid personal property tax receipt, and the television inspection along with the paid receipt for the video to the City Inspector for review and determination of eligibility.

Once the application is approved, the homeowner is responsible for obtaining three bids from the list of licensed plumbers/drainlayers registered with the St. Louis County Plumbing Department. The owner must obtain at least three bids which are acceptable to the City of Moline Acres for the sewer lateral replacement/repair. The City will only accept bids which have been obtained from companies registered with the St. Louis County Plumbing Department. The City will only accept bids which are, in its opinion, responsive to the specifications. The City of Moline Acres reserves the right to deny any and all bids received from the homeowner. The City, at any time, may obtain bids for any part of the
corrective action for a defective sewer lateral from the list of plumbers/drainlayers registered with St. Louis County for the purpose of comparison and to determine current market conditions for any other City purposes.

Questions regarding any of the above should be directed to the city of Moline Acres Building Department at
868-2433.

*** Please Note: Most municipalities, cities, and counties with sewer lateral programs limit reimbursements and expenses to the amount available in the Fund at any time. Some offer waiting lists and reimbursements out of the next year’s Fund revenue. Funds typically are on a first-come, first-served basis. You should always check on fund availability. Additionally, most municipalities will require proof of PAID real estate tax bills, city fees, taxes, including personal property taxes, and trash fees if applicable for eligibility to participate in any available programs.

City Services Phone Directory

  • Police Department 314-868-2433 Moline Acres Police Department
  • Fire Department 314-867-8005 Riverview Fire Protection District (RFPD)

Utilities

  • Electricity Ameren Missouri
  • Natural Gas Spire
  • Water Missouri American Water Company
  • Sewer MSD (Metropolitan Sewer District)

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