Georgetown County can only work on (in) Georgetown County-owned property, right-of-way, or a Georgetown County Easement. Georgetown County cannot work on a state (South Carolina Department of Transportation (SCDOT)) road or private property. Many drainage systems flow across private property, state property, and County-owned roads. It is only on the County property that the County can work. When the County designs a drainage improvement project where easement may need to be acquired, staff seeks easements from private property owners. As a property owner, you’re not required to provide an easement to the County for the drainage improvement project, however, for some projects, without an easement, the project cannot be constructed.