Wake County Environmental Services Department
Water Quality Division, Watershed Management Section
336 Fayetteville St. P.O. Box 550 Raleigh, NC 27602
TEL 919 856-7400 FAX 919 743-4772
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Project Name Watershed Jurisdiction
Project Acreage Proposed Impervious
Disturbed Acreage
Applicant: Engineer:
Name Name:
Address: Address:
Phone: Phone:
Email: Email:
Construction Plan Review Submittal Package Requirements
[10-30-2(B)]-The S&EC plan submittal package must include all applicable items below to demonstrate compliance with
applicable regulations. Unless otherwise noted, all references shown in brackets are for the Wake County Unified
Development Ordinance (UDO), adopted 04/17/06. Select all applicable items below and provide with the submittal.
1.
Erosion Control and Stormwater Joint Application (Required to initiate processing)
2.
Review Fees (Required to initiate processing)
RESUBMITTALS: The first resubmittal is free, but all subsequent resubmissions require a $75 Resubmission Fee
3.
[10-30-2(B)(2)] Notarized Wake County Financial Responsibility/Ownership Form
(Required to initiate processing)
4.
Other documents:
a.
WC ONLY PRELIMINARY ZONING AND SUBDIVISION APPROVAL: Copy of approval notification (property
description, subdivision or COSD approval, or Board of Adjustment approval, etc.).
b.
WC ONLY FLOOD STUDY: Copy of approval notification from Wake County Flood & Stormwater
Environmental Engineer, (if applicable)
c. ENGINEERING APPROVAL: Copy of approval notification for projects in a municipality’s zoning jurisdiction
d. 401/404 Documentation (Buffer determination letters, PCN application, comments, and approval)
e. NCDOT Approval
f. Encroachment agreement(s) completed, signed and notarized for all off-site construction
5.
Cover letter stating the purpose of the submission
RESUBMITTALS: A letter detailing any changes, comments, proposed solutions to review comments, etc.
6.
Copy of the USGS Quad Map with delineated project limits
7.
Copy of the Wake County Soil Survey map with delineated project limits
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6200 Falls of Neuse Road; Suite 10
Raleigh, NC 27609
Wake County Environmental Services Department
Water Quality Division, Watershed Management Section
336 Fayetteville St. P.O. Box 550 Raleigh, NC 27602
TEL 919 856-7400 FAX 919 743-4772
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8.
Drainage Area Map showing drainage areas to erosion control devices
9.
1 set of Erosion Control Calculations:
a.
Sediment basin design (See website for Wake County design criteria)
b.
Ditches, swales, and channels: Q10/V10. Tractive force (shear stress), capacity and geometry.
c.
Dissipaters: Q10 velocities, stone size and dimensions. [10-21-4]
d.
Velocity calculations for stormwater runoff at points of discharge resulting from a 10-year storm after
development [10-21-3]
10.
One(1) copy of a complete set of construction drawings for 1
st
submission, five (5) copies for approval
11.
Proposed Site Plan:
a.
Location/Vicinity Map
b.
North arrow, graphic scale, drafting version date, legend and professional seal
c.
Existing and proposed contours: plan and profiles for roadways
d.
Boundaries of tract: including project limits
e.
Limits of disturbance specified on plan
f.
Proposed improvements: roads, buildings, parking areas, grassed landscaped, and natural areas.
g.
Lot lines, lot numbers and road names
h.
Utilities: community water and sewer, plan/profiles, easements and sediment controls.
i.
Stormwater Network: inlets, culverts, swales, ditches, channels and drainage easements.
j.
TEMPORARY SEDIMENT CONTROLS: locations and dimensions of gravel entrances, diversion ditches,
silt fence, sediment basins, inlet protection, etc.
k.
PERMANENT EROSION CONTROLS: locations and dimensions of dissipaters, ditch linings, armoring,
level spreaders, retaining walls, etc.
l.
Location and requirements for stockpiles (see website for Stockpile Requirements)
m.
Wake County Construction Details
n.
Wake County Construction Sequence
o.
Wake County Stabilization Guidelines
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Water Quality Division, Watershed Management Section
336 Fayetteville St. P.O. Box 550 Raleigh, NC 27602
TEL 919 856-7400 FAX 919 743-4772
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p.
Wake County Basin Removal Sequence
Wake County or jurisdictional municipality must grant permission to convert the sediment basin over to
stormwater use prior to completing any related work (a note in the construction sequence or elsewhere
on the plan should indicate this).
q.
Show all Riparian Buffers [Article 9-21]; (Neuse:
[15A NCAC 02B.0233 & 0242]
r.
Delineation of current FEMA boundaries (floodway, flood fringe & future/0.2%)
s.
Delineation of flood prone soil areas
t.
Location and type of all proposed stormwater management structures (grass swale, wet/dry detention
basin, filtering/infiltration basin, bioretention, etc.)
Standards and Requirements
By marking items with an “X”, applicant acknowledges potential standards to be applied to the proposed development.
Wake County UDO Article 10 - Erosion and Sedimentation Control Requirements
12.
Erosion Control: This project will require a Land Disturbance Permit if it involves greater than one acre of
disturbance. See website for details.
13.
10-20-1 Minimum Standards - All soil erosion and sedimentation control plans and measures must conform to
the minimum applicable standards specified in North Carolina’s Erosion and Sediment Control Planning and
Design Manual and the Wake County Sedimentation and Erosion Control Plan Review Manual. Erosion control
devices must be installed to prevent any offsite sedimentation for any construction site regardless of the size of
the land disturbance.
14.
10-20-3 Operation in Lakes or Natural Watercourses -Land disturbing activity in connection with construction
in, on, over, or under a lake of natural watercourse must minimize the extent and duration of disruption of the
stream channel. Where relocation of a stream forms an essential part of the proposed activity, the relocation
must minimize unnecessary changes in the stream flow characteristics.
15.
10-20-10 Standards for High Quality Water (HQW) Zones
Land-disturbing activities to be conducted in High Quality Water Zones must be designed as follows:
a.
Uncovered areas in High Quality Water (HQW) zones must be limited at any time to a maximum total area
of 20 acres within the boundaries of the tract.
b.
Maximum Peak Rate of Runoff - Erosion and sedimentation control measures, structures, and devices
within HQW zones must be planned, designed and constructed to provide protection from the runoff of
the 25-year storm.
c.
Settling Efficiency - Sediment basins within HQW zones must be designed and constructed so that the
basin will have a settling efficiency of at least 70% for the 40 micron (0.04mm) size soil particle transported
into the basin by the runoff of that 2-year storm which produces the maximum peak rate of runoff.
d.
Grade - The angle for side slopes must be sufficient to restrain accelerated erosion (side slopes no steeper
than 2 horizontal to 1 vertical if a vegetative cover is used for stabilization unless soil conditions permit a
steeper slope or where the slopes are stabilized by using mechanical devices, structural devices or other
acceptable ditch liners)
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