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CARBON CONSERVATION DISTRICT’S RESPONSE TO COVID-19

March 17, 2022

The following procedures continue to be in effect:

The Carbon Conservation District office is open but appointments are mandatory.  We encourage using email or phone to contact staff with questions or concerns.

 

THE FOLLOWING ARE UPDATES ON CCD SERVICES:

Erosion Control and Waterways Permitting (Chapter 102)

Appointments can also be done via conference call or video conferencing. Plans can be dropped off at the office in the Plan Drop off box at front door or submitted vis US Mail. Additional guidance regarding delegated programs will be followed as directed by DEP for permit time frames and SOP’s.

 

102 – Plan reviews; site visits/inspections can continue as normal if social distancing can be exercised.  Any complaints will be evaluated on a case by case basis. If inspections are deemed necessary, social distancing will be exercised.

 

Dirt, Gravel and Low Volume Road -Program contracts, technical assistance and projects can move forward with construction.

 

RTK Requests – Right to Know requests – The District Office is open but appointments are mandatory as some information may not be readily available. We will be in contact with you regarding your request and discuss the best way to provide your information in an expeditious manner.

Thank you for your cooperation and understanding.  Be well and be safe.