Forms & Technical Information
Facilities and businesses that perform certain regulated activities in the Aquifer Protection Area (APA) were required to register with the Norwalk Aquifer Protection Agency if they were in operation when the APA Regulations were adopted in the summer of 2009. Currently, there are 33 registered facility locations within the APA.
Facility locations within the APA that are not eligible for APA registration (i.e. are not one of the 33 specific registered sites) are prohibited from performing operations that include regulated activities.
Connecticut State regulations define 28 higher-risk activities that are considered regulated activities. If your business performs any of these regulated activities and your business is within the APA, then you must have a complete registration application submitted to the Norwalk APA no later than January 28, 2010. If you are looking to establish a business within the APA that includes any of these higher-risk activities, you are encouraged to contact the Conservaiton Office to determine your permit need.
Prior to selecting a form and filling it out, you are strongly encouraged to first discuss your situation with Conservation Office staff to accurately determine your application or permit need. They may be contacted at:
Norwalk City Hall
125 East Ave.
Norwalk, CT 06851-5125
Ph: (203) 854-7744
Registration & Permit Applications
- APA Registration Application Form
- Determining Regulatory Status Form
- Permit Form to Add New Regulated Activity
- Environmental Compliance Form
Instructions & Other Helpful Documents
- APA Registration Instructions
- Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) Technical Guidance Document on Registrations
- DEP Model for a Materials Management Plan Form
- APA Permit Instructions
- Stormwater Supplement Model Form for Stormwater Management Plan
- Environmental Compliance Form Instructions
- Table of APA Regulated Activities and Associated Typical Land Uses