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Residential Land Disturbing Permit

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PLEASE BE AWARE THAT IN ADDITION TO ANY REQUIREMENTS FROM CHATHAM COUNTY LISTED BELOW, YOUR PROJECT MAY BE SUBJECT TO THE NCG01 CONSTRUCTION STORMWATER PERMIT IF YOUR PROJECT IS OVER 1 ACRE OR PART OF A COMMON PLAN OF DEVELOPMENT. THE NCG01 IS A FEDERAL REQUIREMENT THAT IS ISSUED BY THE STATE. CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS ABOUT THAT PERMIT.

 

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Why Should I Submit Multiple Lots Under One Permit?

Residential Projects Disturbing 25,000 ft2 or greater:

Submit Land Disturbing Permit application, fees, and erosion control plan designed by a Professional Engineer, Registered Landscape Architect or Professional Land Surveyor.

 

For applicant: Land Disturbing Permit Application

                        Erosion & Sediment Control Plan Designers

  Erosion & Sediment Control Contractors

 

For plan designers:  Erosion and Sediment Control Plan Checklist

                                   Standard Details for Erosion Control Plan Submittals

                                   NC Erosion & Sediment Control Planning & Design Manual

 

Residential Projects Disturbing less than 25,000 ft2:

Submit Land Disturbing Permit application, fees, and Residential General Plan provided below OR erosion control plan designed by a Professional Engineer, Registered Landscape Architect or Professional Land Surveyor.

If submitting the Residential General Plan, please compete the lot information table on Sheet 1 of Residential General Plan. In addition, a site plan or plot plan must be submitted.

 

For applicant: Land Disturbing Permit Application

                         Residential General Plan

 

 

Self-Inspections

All sites receiving a land-disturbing permit from the county must be inspected by the financially responsible person(s), or an agent there of, at a minimum of once per week and within 24 hours of any rainfall of one-half inch or greater.

Self-Inspection & Monitoring Form - Land Development (Fillable)

Self-Inspection & Monitoring Form - Residential Homebuilding (Fillable)

 

 

Still have questions? Call us for more information. 

Morgan DeWit, PE                Phone: (919) 542-8268

Drew Blake, CESSWI            Phone: (919) 545-8394

Justin Hasenfus, CPESC      Phone: (919) 545-8344