Why do I need to complete a Preliminary Stormwater Proposal?

Development Standards - Chapter 2 - Stormwater Management requires as a minimum that a Preliminary Stormwater Proposal be submitted. The Proposal is intended to provide the county with a general overview as related to a proposed project. The information will be used to determine which regulations apply and whether to require a more detailed Stormwater Design Report.

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1. What is one-call utility locate service?
2. There are paint marks / flags on, or near, my property. What do they mean?
3. Why is the county surveying at this location?
4. What are the standards (i.e., width, slope, surfacing) for my driveway / private road?
5. What size of easement is needed for a new development?
6. What is a “paved apron”?
7. Do I need a culvert?
8. What size of culvert do I need?
9. What type of road do I have to construct?
10. What type of permit / approval do I need?
11. What information is needed when the Engineering Division reviews my application?
12. Why do I need to complete a Preliminary Stormwater Proposal?
13. What is percent grade?
14. What is sight distance?
15. Can I bond for the improvements?
16. How are county road projects funded?
17. How can I make comments on the 1 year and 6 year road programs?
18. How can I request that a roadway be improved?