The Chapter 105 program regulates work in and around streams, wetlands and other water bodies with a focus on avoiding or minimizing impacts on water quality, flooding frequency and riparian habitats. Under a Delegation Agreement, the District administers DEP General Permits for various types of work in waterways, including wetlands and stream crossings, streambank stabilization, boat ramp and dock installation, intake and outfall structures and utility line crossings. District staff inspect permitted sites, investigate complaints and provide regulatory and permitting assistance.
For Chapter 105 General Permit Registrations, please submit the following:
- Pike County Conservation District Application (PDF – fillable application)
- Applicable DEP Chapter 105 General Permit Registration forms
- Pike County Erosion And Sediment Control Small Projects Guide (PDF), if earth disturbance is proposed as part of the project.
- Pike County Conservation District Fee Schedule for Services (PDF)
- Pike County Conservation District PNDI Information Sheet (PDF)
- DEP 105 Fee Calculation Worksheet
Resources for Stream Classification Verification
PA Trout Water Classification – Exceptional Value Wetland Determination
Utilize: Approved Trout Waters, Class A Wild Trout Streams, Stream Sections that Support Natural Reproduction of Trout, Wilderness Trout Streams