CRI Texas Environmental Permitting
Navigating complex bureaucracies and complicated red tape to receive environmental permits wastes valuable time and resources. CRI is here to help you get it done fast.
More Than 100 Counties in Texas Trust Us
It doesn't matter where your construction site is, our team will help you obtain a stormwater permit specific to your county, saving you a ton of time and regulating your construction works at the legislative level.
CRI can help with the issuance of, as well as help navigate MS4 (municipal separate storm sewer) regulation throughout Texas.
Currently, only the City of Georgetown requires a local SWP3 permit in addition to State Authorization. Both Round Rock and Georgetown require that the SWP3 is submitted for review prior to the pre-construction meeting.
Travis County requires that a SWP3 Summary form is completed prior to construction. Both the City of Austin and Travis County require that the stormwater inspector is Certified.
Hays county follows the State of Texas guidelines and regulations. The City of San Marcos (ETJ) requires that the stormwater inspector is Certified.
Guadalupe MS4 Regulations
Guadalupe county and the City of Seguin follow State of Texas guidelines and regulations. There are no additional stormwater permits required.
Bexar county requires a separate permit fee in addition to the State of Texas Permit. Local cities in the area do not require an additional permit. Bexar County, the city of San Antonio, and even some HOAs require that the inspector is a certified inspector.