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Stormwater Permitting Submittal Meetings

What is a submittal meeting?

A submittal meeting is an opportunity for you to submit your permit application via the Standard Review Process directly to Stormwater Permitting staff, while providing you an opportunity to:

•    Discuss the general scope of your project
•    Give a history of your site
•    Talk about design considerations
•    Present new ideas, designs and technology
•    Identify rules and regulations that may apply
•    Ask preliminary questions of the reviewers 
•    Understand the permitting process  
•    Provide feedback

Furthermore, a submittal meeting gives you the opportunity to develop a better rapport with SPU staff, thus improving overall communication, which typically results in shorter review times. Please note that acceptance of your application at the submittal meeting does not guarantee a permit issuance. 

How do I schedule a submittal meeting?

If you are interested in scheduling a submittal meeting, please complete the online submittal meeting request form at least one week prior to your desired submittal date. Staff will contact you to confirm the meeting date, time and location. 

What do I bring to a submittal meeting?

You should bring the application fee, as well as the appropriate number of copies of the application form and supporting documentation as specified on the checklist found in the application instructions. Please note that failure to bring the appropriate number of items listed on that checklist will result in your application not being accepted.

Who attends a submittal meeting?

A Central Office primary reviewer will always be in attendance, and Regional Office staff may be present depending on the meeting location. It is expected that the project’s consulting engineer be in attendance. Additional consultants and the owner may attend, but their presence is not required.

Are review meetings available?

While no formal process has been established to conduct review meetings during the Standard Review Process, if you desire to meet to discuss any additional information requests made, staff will gladly meet with you at your convenience during the 30 day additional information period. Please note that the 30 day additional information period begins upon the issuance of the additional information letter, not after a potential review meeting occurs.

Questions?

Please direct questions to Bradley Bennett at (919) 807-6378 or bradley.bennett@ncdenr.gov.

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