for Reviewing Removal-Fill Applications
and General Authorizations


All scanned applications are in Tagged Image File Format (TIF) and Portable Document Format (PDF). PDF documents require Adobe Acrobat Reader to be installed for your browser.

Go here for help.

  • Go to
  • 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 files?
Answer: It is likely that you don't have Adobe Acrobat Reader installed. This is a free program  available for download. Go HERE for help.

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.) 

Please address any comments or concerns about this web application to webmaster.

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