How long are Title 5 Inspections valid?

In accordance with Chatham Board of Health regulations, Title 5 inspections are valid for 18 months. If the dwelling is a part of a condominium complex with greater than five units, then the condominium association is required to have all its septic systems inspected every three years. Therefore, these inspections are valid for three years. Town of Chatham regulations require the system to be inspected within sixty days of the sale, or a waiver must be received from the Health Department.

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1. When does the Board of Health hold their meetings?
2. How can determine the location of my septic system?
3. How many bedrooms am I allowed to have at my property?
4. How often should I pump my septic system?
5. How close to a septic system can a full foundation wall be?
6. How long are Title 5 Inspections valid?
7. How long is a Certificate of Compliance valid?
8. Should a septic tank be pumped before a Title 5 inspection?
9. If I have a cesspool do I have to replace it?
10. Do I need to have a Title 5 inspection if I am transferring property between family members?
11. What do I do if I find a dead bird?
12. How often are public bathing beaches tested for water quality?
13. How often are restaurants inspected in Chatham?
14. Who is licensed to repair my septic system?
15. How do I have my well water tested?
16. Can I get a flu shot from the Town of Chatham?
17. Are child and adult vaccines available to Town of Chatham residents?