Soil Erosion and Sedimentation Control AgenciesPlease select the county on the map for the Soil Erosion Program Contact Information.
SOIL EROSION PERMITTING AGENCIES
Part 91, Soil Erosion and Sedimentation Control (SESC) is administered and enforced by various state, county, and local governmental agencies. There are two types of Soil Erosion Permitting Agencies:
- Counties are mandated by statute to administer and enforce Part 91. Each County will have a County Enforcing Agency (CEA), whose responsibility it is to review soil erosion and sedimentation control plans, issue permits, and take enforcement actions when necessary to ensure compliance with Part 91.
- Some cities, villages, charter townships, and some general law townships have elected to enforce Part 91 through adoption of a soil erosion and sedimentation control ordinance. These agencies are called Municipal Enforcing Agencies (MEAs). MEAs will review soil erosion and sedimentation control plans, issue permits, and take enforcement actions when necessary to ensure compliance with Part 91 within their jurisdiction.
Clicking on the county in the map above or in the table below will take you to the page where the county appears on the complete list of Soil Erosion Permitting agencies and will include contact information for the agency.