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Utilities Statement Application

  1. Applicants should refer to the Reference Guide for Development (RGD), Future Land Use Map (FLUM), Fire Flow Map, and Wastewater Basins Map when completing this form. Complete all the questions below and click submit to send this form to the Utility Engineering Division of the Department of Water Management (DWM). Then submit payment using the parcel ID to identify your payment. DWM will review the information, determine the required utility extensions. and issue a Summary Utility Development Statement (SUDS). DWM may schedule a meeting to discuss the proposed project. The applicant must fill the below form out completely and accurately; forms without complete and accurate information may be returned to the applicant for correction prior to review. Please contact 919-560-4381 ext. 35268 for assistance completing this form.

  2. GENERAL INFORMATION

  3. List all current Parcel IDs included in the proposed project. The SUDS will be issued for an area that covers these current parcel boundaries.

  4. Does the project have an approved Utility Extension Agreement?

  5. Have you applied for a Utility Extension Agreement?

  6. Was a RUS or UIA previously submitted for this project?

  7. Are there changes from the original RUS or UIA?

  8. WATER INFORMATION

  9. Are you installing only private water utilities?

  10. Will you be abandoning any meters?

    Please Note: A service request must be received by Water Management from Public Works before Water Management will remove any meters.

  11. SEWER INFORMATION

  12. Are you installing only private sewer utilities?

  13. Are you proposing any single building with a projected wastewater flow >50,000 gpd per NC 2T Rules?

  14. Is a Lift Station proposed for operation and acceptance by the City of Durham?

    Please Note: Water Management will only accept a lift station if: (1) a basin study indicates it will serve 150 units or more and (2) a gravity outfall cannot feasibly be constructed to serve the development. The feasibility of a gravity outfall will be determined at the discretion of Water Management. Please consult the current Lift Station Design Standards prior to proposing a lift station.

  15. Is DWM Operation of the Lift Station proposed?

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