Notice to Users: ePermitting has switched from the Citizens Application Gateway (CAG) to the Missouri Gateway for Environmental Management (MoGEM) as the login mechanism. MoGEM will link to Department of Natural Resources databases and services allowing facility representatives to apply for and maintain permits, submit required reports, and pay associated fees. Current users will be required to register as a new user through the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Shared Cross-Media Electronic Reporting Rule (CROMERR) Services portal. Once the transition to the new login system is complete, old login information will no longer be valid. Please contact ePermitting technical assistance staff at firstname.lastname@example.org; 573-526-2082 or 855-789-3889 with any questions.
Please note: Based on revisions to 10 CSR 20-6.011, effective Jan. 1, 2015, permit fees have changed pursuant to RSMo 644.054.
|Acreage Disturbed||Permit Fee|
|1 - < 5 acres||$500|
|5 - < 10 acres||$600|
|10 - < 25 acres||$750|
|25 - < 100 acres||$1,500|
|100 - < 500 acres||$3,000|
|500 acres +||$5,000|
Important! General operating permits for land disturbance activitities cannot be modified after issuance. When using ePermitting, it is the responsibility of the user to ensure all data is complete and accurate. If errors are found after the permit is paid for and issued, the facility may have to obtain a new permit and pay another fee.
ePermitting is required for all land disturbance activities disturbing one or more acres of total area for the entire project or less than one acre for sites that are part of a common promotional plan of development. Read the information below prior to continuing to ePermitting
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ePermitting Technical Customer Assistance Information:
For technical or non technical assistance regarding ePermitting, contact ePermitting Technical Customer Assistance at 573-526-2082 or 855-789-3889 or by email during regular business hours.
The ePermitting system was developed to help the regulated community apply for and receive Missouri State Operating General Permits. Currently, ePermitting can be used to obtain a new land disturbance permit (MORA00000). In later phases, ePermitting could be expanded to include other general permits, some construction permits (sewer extensions) and permits-by-rule. Additionally, operating permit renewals, modification and terminations may also be added to ePermitting.
No trainings are currently planned at this time.