Yes. An application can be withdrawn at any time by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 919-913-2999.
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An assessment is technical advice given to a homeowner regarding possible solutions to flooding, drainage, erosion, or other stormwater or stream related concerns. It consists of an onsite consultation with the assessment provider and a detailed report/assessment customized to the property and owner’s interests.
Examples of Stormwater-Related Concerns
Single family residential property owners within the Town’s municipal limits are eligible.
It depends on the number of applications received. If more applications are received than the project can support, applications will be ranked based on the subwatershed/location, the magnitude of the stormwater issue, racial and social equity, and other potential selection criteria.
There are many ways to apply!
*Hard copy applications should be mailed to the following:
Town of Carrboro
Attn: Stormwater Division, Public Works Department
301 W. Main Street
Carrboro, NC 27510
Applications should be submitted as soon as possible; they will be screened, prioritized, and scheduled for assessment as they are received. Scheduling for assessments will begin in January and continue through the winter and early spring as capacity allows. Based on the volume of applications received, a firm deadline for receiving applications could be established as the project proceeds.
Within the Scope of the Assessment
Outside the Scope of the Assessment
The only requirement for the participant beyond completing the application and participating in the onsite assessment is filling out a survey to assist the Town in evaluating the success of the project and providing guidance for future program development. Having an assessment does not mean that the homeowner is required to follow through with the advised recommendations.
Applicants will be contacted within several weeks of the receipt of the application. They may also call 919-913-2999 or email email@example.com for information and updates.
Assessments will take place between January and May of 2023. The technical assessment provider will contact the applicant to schedule a time for the on-site visit.
Michael Dupree, an independent contractor, will be providing the assessments. He has extensive experience in stormwater and community outreach in Durham County and across North Carolina. He has been providing landscape, irrigation, stormwater and stream related consultation, and design services for Triangle residents since 1989.
Maybe. This is a pilot project intended to guide future efforts.