3800 Barrett Drive, Raleigh, NC 27609
Directions to the Raleigh Regional Office
Take I-440 to the Six forks Road South Exit.
Continue south on Six Forks to Barrett Drive.
Turn left onto Barrett.
The Raleigh Regional Office is the second building on the right.
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- Land and geologic resources
- Sediment and Erosion Control
- Stormwater Management
Please contact the Division of Waste Mangement's Raleigh Regional Office with questions or concerns regarding:
- Underground storage tank(s) installation and operation
- Leaking underground storage tanks
- Cleanup of underground storage tank(s) releases
- Non-underground storage tank(s) petroleum releases
Please contact the Division of Water Resource's Raleigh Regional Office with questions or concerns regarding:
Public water system compliance and assistance
Wastewater compliance inspections and technical assistance
- NPDES, Nondischarge, Animal Feeding Operations, Collection Systems, Residuals
- Complaint response and emergency response related to impacts to surface waters
- Monitor & collect surface water samples (ambient monitoring)
- Buffer, stream and wetland activities including 401 certifications
- Issuance of Fast Track Sewer Extension permits, non-residential well construction permits and pump-and-haul permits
- Express permitting option for quicker permit reviews. Options available are: Erosion and Sedimentation Control.
- Riparian Buffer Information and Tar-Pamlico and Neuse River basins Variance applications
- Wildlife Resources - Hunting and Fishing License
- Water Supply Watershed Map - An interactive web-based map to help determine if your project is located in a water supply watershed. Always contact your local government to verify current boundaries and classifications of water supply watershed areas.
- Stormwater Permitting Interactive Map Viewer - An interactive web-based map to help determine which stormwater permitting requirements may apply to your project - you will need to scroll down until you see "Post-Construction Stormwater Map". Please be sure to read all information below the section titled "Post-Construction Stormwater Map".
- Surface Water Classifications - Find a stream name, index number, and classification.