Public Notice

Public Notice

System Pressure Advisory Rescinded: Portion of Bethel Road

12.01.2018

Based on the laboratory analysis of water samples collected on December 3, 2018 from 5798 Bethel Rd to the end of Bethel Rd and adjoining subdivisions in between, Brunswick County Public Utilities water users in this area are hereby notified that it is no longer necessary to boil water or use bottled water for human consumption.  The system has resumed normal operations.

This notice is issued and effective on December 4, 2018.

We appreciate your cooperation and patience during this period.  If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.

 

John Nichols

Brunswick County Public Utilities

910-253-2657

Stormwater Ordinance

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Brunswick County Stormwater Ordinance

Brunswick County Stormwater Ordinance

The stormwater ordinance became effective Sept. 16, 2002. The unincorporated areas of the county are subject to the ordinance. The county also has agreements in place to administer the Stormwater Ordinance in Belville, Boiling Spring Lakes, Bolivia, St. James and Sunset Beach.

The ordinance and accompanying Stormwater Management Manual outline how stormwater runoff must be addressed for all new development and redevelopment in the county.

A county Stormwater Permit is required for:

  • All non-residential new development.
  • Non-residential redevelopment that increases impervious surface on the site.
  • Residential development that disturbs greater than an acre.
  • Residential developments where the site will be graded, filled, or excavated and thereby change the elevation of a location by more than four inches.
  • Residential development or any related disturbance within 30 feet of the banks of a natural stream or water body.

Stormwater Fee Schedule

Stormwater Permit Application Forms

Low Impact Development

In conjunction with the City of Wilmington, New Hanover County and the North Carolina Coastal Federation, Brunswick County developed a Low Impact Development (LID) Guidance Manual to encourage the use of innovative stormwater management techniques. A resolution along with the LID Guidance Manual was approved by the Brunswick County Board of Commissioners on November 3, 2008. A LID spreadsheet modeling tool to aid engineers, planners and developers with design and permitting the LID projects was also developed as part of the initiative.

For questions, contact Brigit Flora, PE, Stormwater Engineer.

Stormwater Drainage

The Stormwater Ordinance requires individual property owners to maintain all streams, creeks, ditches, swales, pipes, culverts, etc. that are on the private property. The county does not provide maintenance of drainage ways. (Article VI, Division III, Section 3.4)

Fences or walls shall not alter or impede the natural flow of water in any stream, creek, drainage swale or ditch. Drainage easements must be maintained and kept free of obstructions.

Other Agencies

The county does not control stormwater conveyance along North Carolina Department of Transportation roadways.

Development in Brunswick County is also subject to the North Carolina Coastal Stormwater regulations enforced by NC Department of Environment and Natural Resources (NCDENR). Other agency approvals may be required. Contact NCDENR to determine application regulations.

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75 COURTHOUSE DRIVE
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(910) 253-2500
engineer@brunswickcountync.gov
stormwater@brunswickcountync.gov
open mon-fri:
8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

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