Conservation District


External process for digital submissions

Please note:

when mailing checks to our office, send them via REGULAR mail

The Chester County Conservation District will be available to the public for drop off or pick from 8:00 – 2:00, Monday through Friday.  Visitors are encouraged to make drop-offs in the common area on the inside the public entrance.  Please call ahead to arrange for pick-ups to be placed in the common area  by staff. All meetings with staff are by appointment only. Visitors must go through a health screening before entering the building.

We appreciate your patience and understanding during this time. Please stay healthy, stay safe.

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Notice: Please see our recent press release for recently funded projects in Chester County:

Three Pollution Control Projects Funded in Chester County

Chapter 102 Permitting Update


PCSM Spreadsheet version 1.6 and updated instructions have been posted to DEP’s website (, select E&S Resources). This version represents a significant upgrade (please see the versions tab for a complete list of changes), has undergone peer review, and adds flexibility for BMPs in series, among other changes. 

Effective December 8, 2019

New forms are required to be submitted for applications for coverage under PAG-02 and Individual NPDES Permit Applications. Please visit PA DEP’s E&S Resources website, located here, for links to the new documents (including applications, forms, instructions, and modules). It is recommended to schedule a pre-application meeting for all proposed projects needing NPDES permits. Please contact Gordon Roscovich, Urban Team Leader, if you have any questions.

On December 6, 2019, CCCD notified permittees, operators, and plan designers of projects with active coverage under PAG-02 General Permit authorizing stormwater discharges associated with construction activities of effective changes to their permit. DEP is asking that permittees submit an acknowledgement form directly to them for each PAG-02 permitted project site.

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