Administrative Permit For Efficiency Apartment, Family Dwelling Unit or Temporary Construction/Sales Trailer
As these uses also require approval of a Zoning Permit, the application for these uses is combined with the Zoning Permit application. You do not need to file a separate application to receive the Administrative Permit. See Zoning Permit instructions for details.
Administrative Permit For Events
The Fauquier County Zoning Ordinance allows up to two fundraising events per year to be held by local non-profit and governmental entities on properties zoned RA/Rural Agriculture and RC/Rural Conservation. These events require approval of an Administrative Permit by the Zoning Administrator. The Permit will be approved if the standards set forth for such Events in Section 6-102.28 & 29 of the Zoning Ordinance are met.
- Fee check: $150
- 1 Copy of a Description of the proposed event, to include the following information:
- Date and time of event
- Description of event (types of activities, music, lighting).
- Projected attendance at event
- Description of proposed security, emergency services, traffic control, sanitation and refreshment services
- Name and identification for local non-profit or governmental entity benefiting from the event.
- 1 Copy of Plat of Property showing location of proposed event on property and location of proposed parking.
Administrative Permit for Temporary Well
Section 19-18 of the Fauquier County Code requires an owner to connect to Public Water when building a structure within 300 feet of an approved public water system. If the public water system does not have adequate capacity to provide water to the structure, an individual private well can be authorized through a special exception.
In addition, the Code allows administrative approval of a temporary individual private well in the special case where it is likely that public water will be available to the lot within a two year period. This temporary option is only available to an owner of an existing single family residential or commercial lot where the planned use will not consume more than 10,000 gallons per day. Under this option, an owner may obtain an administrative permit to install an individual well upon recordation of an agreement to cease utilizing the individual well for potable water and connect to the public water supply immediately when capacity becomes available.
Application Process and Submission Requirements:
- Applicant signs and notarizes a Well Agreement (Sample
- Applicant submits the signed and notarized Well
Agreement to County
Administration for signature by the County Administrator on behalf of
the Board of Supervisors.
- Property owner records the Well Agreement in the land records maintained by the Circuit Court Clerk.
- Property owner submits the Administrative Permit application to Community Development, to include the following:
- Once Community Development approves the Administrative Permit, the property owner presents the approved permit to the Health Department in conjunction with an application for a well permit. Based on the Administrative Permit, the Health Department will process a well permit pursuant to their procedures.
Date Last Modified: 07/02/2012