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The Stormwater Division implements improvements to the stormwater system to prevent flooding and property damage. Improvements include adding or repairing catch basins, pipes (excluding residential rain gutters and downspouts), drains, culverts, open ditches, creeks and rivers that carry unpolluted stormwater runoff. 

Projects


Two Creeks Storm Drainage Improvements

Overview: This project focuses on improving storm drainage on and under Two Creeks Road between Planetree Land and Selwyn Lane in the Kildaire Farm Subdivision. The existing storm drainage system (3-48" corrugated metal pipes) frequently clogs and is nearing the end of its service life. Funded through a combination of Stormwater Capital Improvements Requests--Public Property Project (Policy Statment 146) and Street Drainage Improvement funds, this stormwater infrastructure project addresses street and residential yard/crawlspace flooding. 

Details: The primary components of this project include:

  • Replacing the existing round metal culverts with larger concrete box culverts
  • Adding several street storm drains to provide adequate street drainage
  • Repaving impacted sections of the roadway
  • Relocating a sewer manhole out of the stream
  • Relocating the existing water line upstream of the proposed culvert for improved access

This project will result in the temporary street closure of Two Creeks Road between Planetree Lane and Selwyn Lane for several months during construction. 

Schedule: As of late spring 2019, this project is in design and is scheduled for construction in late 2019. 

Two Creeks Storm Drainage Improvements.Web

Contact:

Daniel R. Clinton, P.E., CFM
(919) 380-2773
dan.clinton@townofcary.org

Vinecrest Court Storm Drainage Improvements

Overview: This project focuses on improving the street storm drainage at Vinecrest Court in the Lochmere Village Subdivision. The existing street storm drainage system does not adequately drain the street during heavy storm events, limiting access to homes in the cul-de-sac. The project is supported with Street Drainage Improvement funds.

Details: The primary components of this project include:

  • Upsizing the existing street storm drainage pipes
  • Adding several street storm drains to provide adequate street drainage
  • Repaving the impacted section of the roadway
  • Extending storm drainage pipes to capture runoff prior to washing into the street.

This project will result in partial street closures throughout construction.

Schedule: As of late spring 2019, this project is in design and is scheduled for construction in late 2019.

Vinecrest.Web

Contact:
Daniel R. Clinton, P.E., CFM
(919) 380-2773
dan.clinton@townofcary.org