Berkeley County is conducting stormwater inventory of the County’s stormwater management system to meet the requirements of our National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit. Crews are traveling to properties around the County to gather data about the stormwater system on and adjacent citizens’ property. View map HERE.

The County has contracted with McCormick Taylor’s stormwater data collection team for this project. Their field personnel will be identified by name badges, safety vests and/or other items of identification. Each will carry identification and can provide additional site-specific information if necessary. Field personnel will take measurements and will use GPS or survey equipment and cameras to collect data.

Inventory of the stormwater management system is conducted to meet the requirements of our National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) stormwater permit, as required by Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (SCDHEC). The data collected will include features related to the storm drainage system, including manholes, inlets, pipes, culverts, ponds, channels, and outfalls to creeks and streams throughout the County.

Please allow McCormick Taylor’s field personnel access to stormwater system components on your property for the purpose of data collection.

The following McCormick Taylor personnel are part of the stormwater data collection team. Each should be carrying identification and can provide additional site specific information if necessary.

  • Jason Hetrick
  • Katie Ellis
  • Kim Sitta
  • Jenna Carmony
  • Heidi Schmitz
  • Brian Roberts
  • Nolan Irey
  • Jacob Hockenberry

Berkeley County and McCormick Taylor appreciate your cooperation and understanding. If you have any questions or would like any further information, please contact Berkeley County Stormwater at (843) 719-4195 or .

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