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Date:
June 29, 2021
Time:
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Location:
Virtual Zoom meeting
Address:
Durham, NC 27701
City staff testing water
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New Hope Creek and Little Creek Watershed Improvement Plan Information Session

Tuesday, June 29, 2021

Residents who want to learn about the efforts to improve the New Hope Creek and Little Creek watersheds are invited to a virtual public information session hosted by the Stormwater and GIS Services Division with the City of Durham Public Works Department.

Residents and project stakeholders are asked to pre-register for this meeting

The purpose of the meeting is to present priority watershed improvement projects, recommended strategies to improve water quality, and summarize public input. “As the project concludes, we want to outline future steps to improve these creeks,” said Project Manager Lance Fontaine with the Stormwater and GIS Services Division of the City’s Public Works Department. “Supporting continued high water quality is important both for ecological health and to the people who enjoy recreation in these areas.”

For more information, visit the project webpage or contact Fontaine at (919) 560-4326, ext. 30257 or by email. Persons who require assistance to attend the virtual meeting should call (919) 560-4197 or send an email no later than 48 hours before the session.

About the Public Works Department Stormwater and GIS Services Division
The Stormwater and GIS Services Division with the City of Durham Public Works Department is guided by the City’s Strategic Plan goals of stewardship of the City’s physical and environmental assets and innovative and high-performing organization. Activities include storm drainage design and plans review; inspecting and maintaining City-owned drainage systems; enforcing stormwater ordinances and regulations; education and outreach; stream monitoring, restoration, and watershed master planning; maintaining multiple layers of the City’s geographic information; and stormwater billing. To learn more, follow on Facebook and Twitter.


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