SVEC will need at least 2-3 weeks notice from applicant prior to final inspection in order to allow time to stake for underground services or overhead line extensions. The final inspection call-in from the building department does not initiate your request for the permanent service with SVEC.
SVEC Staking Engineer is responsible for determining / approving the service location. The member can either meet the engineer on the property or mark the desired service location with a flag/stake. Member should not place the meter pole prior to having the location approved by SVEC's Staking Engineer.
The Staking engineer will also review the right-of-way path needed , if any, for line extensions. It is the member's responsibility to clear the right-of-way (ROW) to SVEC specifications and obtain any ROW easements required for the given path.
The following items will be scheduled once SVEC has received final inspection from the county building inspector. (For any residential permit this isn't given until well, septic, electric, etc are all signed off on.)