An impervious surface is a hard surface that does not let water soak into the ground or greatly reduces the amount of water that soaks into the ground. For more information, please visit our Impervious Surface page.
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Stormwater is rain or melted snow that does not soak into the ground. This water flows over the ground into storm drains, ditches, and other channels that flow directly into creeks, rivers, and lakes. Stormwater is not treated to remove pollution.
Annual fees are charged based on the 12-month fiscal year, between July 1st and June 30th of the following year. Monthly fees are charged at the end of the month for which the bill is generated or following the water/sewer billing cycle. To have your billing frequency changed contact Durham One Call at 919-560-1200.
Please view the Bill Detail information for your parcel on the Stormwater Utility Fee Map.
Visit the Stormwater & GIS Services section.