Category: Watersheds, Wetlands & Stormwater
Reports North Carolina Stormwater Fees Report Pilot North Carolina Stormwater Needs Assessment Results of the 2021 North Carolina Local Government Stormwater Management Survey Dashboards 2021-2022 North Carolina Stormwater Fee Dashboard One-Page Guides and Other Resources Why Have a Stormwater Utility … Continued
The EFC completed a statewide stormwater fee survey, collecting and analyzing 100 different fee structures across the state. These structures paint a picture of North Carolina’s stormwater management priorities and can be used as an educational tool for communities across … Continued
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In May 2020, the shortened Maryland 2020 General Assembly Session passed Senate Bill 457, which authorizes local governments in the area to establish Resilience Authorities. The first of its kind, the bill enables a local jurisdiction to flexibly organize funding … Continued
What is a revenueshed? A revenueshed is the geographic area within which revenue is generated for a defined purpose. It’s a play on words of watershed, an area that drains all water to a common outlet. The purpose of the … Continued
Every year, North Carolina coasts are a destination for tens of thousands of tourists and locals. But how often do visitors to NC’s beaches think about the strategies to keep beaches pristine? Every year, coastal erosion, a natural process exacerbated … Continued
The Environmental Finance Center has completed the 2020 North Carolina Stormwater Fee Survey. The survey includes 93 stormwater fee structures effective July 1, 2019. There are 6 utilities in this year’s survey that were not in last year’s survey. Additionally, there is one fee structure that … Continued