- Permits & Registration
The asbestos notification application will be updated on June 5, 2023.
The updated application will have new features that include:
- Updated User Interface
- Improved input validations
- Google Translate
- Ability to Create and Amend Asbestos Notification
- Online payment for Asbestos Notifications and Amendments using Stripe Payment Service.
- View existing Asbestos Notifications
- Ability to print (and reprint) Asbestos Notifications
- Use your existing account with the new version of the application
Asbestos is classified as a hazardous air pollutant by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and is the reason why demolition and renovation projects must comply with certain asbestos requirements before they begin.
File a Notification
An Asbestos/Demolition Notification and a filing fee must be submitted to this agency before any asbestos removal or demolition begins. This applies to all structures, including mobile homes with greater than 120 square feet of roof area.
How to Submit an Asbestos Notification Video
Watch a video to learn how to submit an asbestos project notification.
Explaining Asbestos Survey Requirements Video
Watch a video to learn more about asbestos survey requirements.
Find answers to frequently asked questions regarding asbestos and how to dispose of it.
View a step-by-step explanation of how asbestos factors into contractor demolition or renovation projects.
View a step-by-step explanation of how asbestos factors into homeowner demolition or renovation projects.
View a list of authorized asbestos disposal facilities in our area.
Before beginning any renovation project in which the materials being disturbed may contain asbestos, you must follow certain procedures to ensure that the asbestos is properly identified and avoided, encapsulated, or removed. Failure to follow these procedures can result in a notice of violation and monetary penalty.
Anyone who works or has the potential of working with products containing asbestos must fully comply with all regulatory requirements. Learn more about these regulations.