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Water Well Drilling & Pump Installation

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To ensure the integrity of water well construction, and thus prevent potential pollution of state groundwaters, the Water Board supervises a licensing program of pump installers and drillers of water supply, geothermal, observation, and monitoring wells. Guided by comprehensive standards developed in cooperation with the water Well Drillers Advisory Committee, this source protection program has licensed 357 drillers and pump contractors and 650 operators. Licensed drillers are required to submit a well log on-line or by mail within sixty days following the completion of a new well or plugging or reconditioning of an existing well.


Online Well Log Filing Program   Water Well Record Search   Well Driller & Pump Installer Search

To obtain a personal identification number (PIN), first time users must register with the OWRB by completing and returning the OWRB's E-file Policy and Disclaimer Form.

 

Well log data can is now available to the public through the Water Well Record Search Program. Individual well records can be accessed by legal description, county, or Well ID number.

 

Locate a licensed well driller by county, city, activity, region, firm name or operator.











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