I need my ditches cleaned, how do I make a request?

If your property is located on a Georgetown County-owned road you may put your request in with Georgetown County Public Works. You may contact them at 843-545-3438 or put in a work order with the County’s work order system called "At Your Request."

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1. What is stormwater?
2. Who benefits from a stormwater management program?
3. What is the Stormwater Ordinance?
4. What is the purpose of the Stormwater Design Manual?
5. What information do I have to submit to obtain a stormwater plan review?
6. What is a stormwater utility?
7. Why do we have a stormwater utility fee?
8. What other sources of revenue fund stormwater management?
9. Why is a stormwater utility the best solution to fund stormwater drainage needs?
10. Why can't the county's general fund pay for the needs?
11. How is a fee different from a tax?
12. What is an impervious surface?
13. Are gravel surfaces considered impervious surface?
14. I need my ditches cleaned, how do I make a request?
15. How do I know if I need to obtain a "Land Disturbance Permit" from the Georgetown County Stormwater Division?
16. What do I need to do if I want to develop property (Commercial, residential, subdivision, etc.) to ultimately receive a Georgetown County Land Disturbance Permit?
17. Do I need an encroachment permit? How can I apply for one?
18. How can citizens find out about drainage problems or drainage projects within the County?
19. Why can’t the County fix all of the drainage systems (ditches, pipes, swales, etc.) throughout the County?
20. Who can I contact for more information?