Land Owners!

28 Apr 2014

Almost a year later and the short plat process is officially over! Manijeh and I walked into the recorder’s office Monday morning, April 28, 2014 with all of our papers filled out and ready to go. The folks that helped us could sense our excitement and were sweet to us. The deed was recorded and we headed over to the Health Department, the Building Department and the City Planners Department to hand over all of our remaining paperwork.

If you’re curious:  The Health Department provides information on septic system designs. This comes in a handy little packet with worksheets and a blank page for your schematic. It only took a couple of hours to finish up the design at home (luckily 15+ years experience with design software made this a breeze).


Most importantly is that most county Health Departments want to see proof of potable water on the property before releasing your permit to build. Luckily the gentleman who helped us allowed us to go ahead since we have access to two nearby wells. Bullet =  dodged.

Our well driller should be here at the end of May to put in our well, hand pump, electric pump, and dig trenching to the house site.

If all goes smoothly, we could be building by the end of the May – which is good since our yurt kit is due to be delivered then whether we’re ready or not!

It’s been a long year. :)


Comments: 3

  1. Posted by Grant Kruger 07 May 2014 at 10:15 am Reply

    Will you be looking to rope in some of your extended family to help you put that yurt up? Why yes, I might just be volunteering myself, if the timing can be worked out.

    • Posted by Grant Kruger 07 May 2014 at 10:17 am Reply

      Also… CONGRATULATIONS!!!! I know this is a huge, huge deal and I’m so excited for all of you.

    • Posted by Eric 07 May 2014 at 10:57 am Reply

      Your helping hands would be most welcome, Grant. We’re working with the county now to nail down a timeline. Beer and food will be provided.

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