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The Construction Engineering division administers Marion County Utilities’ capital improvement program and provides the following services:
- Construction design, surveillance and inspection.
- Development review.
- Mapping.
- System modeling.

The division ensures compliance with the Marion County Land Development Code from the planning and reviewing stages to the final sign-off on a project. The utility works closely with local and national firms to ensure cost-effective design and construction of Marion County’s utility infrastructure.

Developer information

If you have questions or comments regarding the forms or standards on this page, please contact the Marion County Utilities Engineering Division at 352-307-6000.

Marion County Utilities forms (provided as PDF documents):
Utilities water service application
Wastewater service application
Addendum for pipeline extension - Marion Oaks additional document
Developer agreement request
Infrastructure plan request
Site plan request
Terms and conditions to water service application permit
Terms and conditions to wastewater service application permit
Testing request form
Marion County Addendum for Pipeline Extension
Estimated Capital Charges

Florida Department of Environmental Protection forms:
Water: http://www.dep.state.fl.us/water/drinkingwater/forms.htm
Wastewater: http://www.dep.state.fl.us/water/wastewater/forms.htm

Utilities construction standards, effective April 27, 2018:

MCU LDC details
AutoCAD details UT100-UT112
AutoCAD details UT200-UT211
AutoCAD details UT300-UT313
AutoCAD details UT400-UT510
AutoCAD details UT511 - UT523

Note: (for commercial projects only)
In order to determine capital charges in a timely manner, please submit a set of plumbing plans to Marion County Utilities when plans are submitted to Building Safety. Failure to do so may result in a delay in setting the meter.

Please allow a minimum of two weeks for the capital charge review, and a minimum of two weeks to set the meter after the capital charge payment is received by Marion County Utilities.