To receive the updates please join either the Cape Fear Basin Water Supply Plan mailing list or the Cape Fear River Basin Hydrologic Model email list.
- To receive notices about Jordan Lake Water Supply Allocation and the Cape Fear Water Supply Plan:
- Go to http://lists.ncmail.net/mailman/listinfo/cape-fear-plan to either subscribe or unsubscribe from the mailing list.
- Go to http://lists.ncmail.net/pipermail/cape-fear-plan/ to see the list archive.
- Round 4 Application Guidelines: Revised February 2014
- Local Water Supply Plan supplemental information for Jordan Lake Allocation Application
- Revised Schedule: January 29, 2014
- To receive notices about Jordan Lake Water Supply Allocation, Cape Fear Water Supply Plan, and Cape Fear River Basin Hydrologic Model
- Go to http://lists.ncmail.net/mailman/listinfo/cape-fear-model to either subscribe or unsubscribe from the mailing list.
- Go to http://lists.ncmail.net/pipermail/cape-fear-model/ to see the list archive.
- If you have questions send an email to DWR at: email@example.com or you can contact Karen Higgins at Karen.Higgins@ncdenr.gov or 919-707-3630.
B. Everett Jordan Lake is a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' multipurpose reservoir that was constructed in 1981 and 1982. The reservoir, located mostly in Chatham County, provides low-flow augmentation, flood control, recreation, fish and wildlife habitat and water supply. The water supply storage in the lake was included at the request of the State of North Carolina and was done with the understanding that the actual users of the water would repay the Corps the costs of including the water supply storage and a portion of the annual operating and maintenance costs.
The General Statute GS 143-354(a)(11) of the State of North Carolina gives the Environmental Management Commission (EMC) the authority to allocate to local governments any water supply storage held by the State in federal reservoirs. The EMC has adopted an administrative rule requiring applicants for a water supply allocation from Jordan Lake to provide information describing their current water supply sources, projected water needs and alternative water sources. The Division of Water Resources (DWR) is responsible for analyzing the information and recommending the allocation amounts to the EMC.