for Reviewing Removal-Fill Applications
and General Authorizations
|All scanned applications are in Tagged Image File Format (TIF) and Portable Document
PDF documents require Adobe Acrobat Reader to be installed for your
Go here for help.
- Go to www.statelandsonline.com.
Click ONCE on the appropriate county, either on the map or the list.
Allow the query to complete and the page to load.
On the resulting County screen:
View Applicant/Application Details -- Click on the applicant
name to see application details (Applicant, application number, activity
types, county, water body, location, receive date, current status, DSL
coordinator information, and a link for comments). The Details screen
contains a link to the full application and authorization file if available.
The documents are loaded one page at a time for slower connections in TIF format. The full
document can be downloaded and saved as PDF or printed by clicking the 'PDF' button. Printing
to PDF is a slow process, if you have a slow connection either download or save the PDF for use.
To display the application (high-speed connection
recommended) as a PDF, click on 'Download Electronic File' button. This will open the
document in the Acrobat Reader in your browser.
If you have a slow connection, you may prefer to right-click,
then 'save link as' to save the document to your computer. This will
bring up a dialogue box where you can choose a specific location on your
computer to which to save the file. Once the file is downloaded to your
computer, you can then open it from that location.
Comments -- If the application is in the Public Review phase
and open for comment, you will see "View" in the
right-hand column to view comments.
Click on "Add" in the right-hand column to add comments.
Question: Why does my computer say that I can't view PDF
Answer: It is likely that you don't have Adobe Acrobat Reader
installed. This is a free program available for download. Go HERE
Question: Why is it taking so long to view applications?
Answer: If you have clicked "Download Electronic File" to
view the document online, Acrobat opens in a browser window and loads
the file. It will not be displayed until the entire file has been
downloaded. On large files, this can take some time. A work-around is to
use the second option ('right-click' and 'save link as'). You can then
go on to the next item while the download is in progress. (You can
download several files at the same time.)
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