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Yes. A county stormwater permit is required for non-residential development. Residential development that meets certain criteria may require a county permit as well. See more information.
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At the time of application for a building permit. All non-residential water and sewer capital recovery fees are calculated in Brunswick County Engineering and provided to the applicant and the County Utilities Consumer Service Department.
Contact Engineering to speak with a staff member to discuss your particular area and to obtain details about current County programs for the extension of water and/or sewer service.
No. All streets and roads are either privately owned and maintained, municipal streets, or are public rights-of-way maintained by the North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT). See more information.
Refer to County Technical Specification TS010.01: Asbuilt Drawings.