The Town of Maiden is working to protect our local streams from being damaged by stormwater pollution. When it rains, pollutants such as fertilizer, oil, grease and pet waste are picked up from the ground and carried into the nearest storm drain down the street. The storm drains are not connected to a treatment system, so everything that flows down the drain goes directly to the nearest creek, river or stream. Click here to learn more about how stormwater pollution occurs.
You can make a difference and help us keep our local waters clean. Thank you for taking the time to learn about stormwater. You can take the next step and get involved by doing one or more of the following:
• Take action with easy steps you can take to prevent stormwater pollution.
• Get involved with local projects and volunteer opportunities.
• Report stormwater problems you see in the community.
Sam Schultz Planning Director
The Town of Maiden is setting an example for the community by working hard to prevent stormwater pollution. In 2005, the Town received a Phase II Stormwater permit that requires that the Town to develop and implement a stormwater management program that includes the following measures:
Phase II Stormwater Forms
"Below are the official Town of Maiden Phase II Stormwater Forms. No changes from the official forms shall be accepted the digital version of the form is provided for your convenience. Any unauthorized alteration to any official form is prohibited. Official paper copies of all documents are located in the Town of Maiden Planning Department. Any questions regarding these documents should be directed to the Planning Director Sam Schultz firstname.lastname@example.org (828) 428-5034. All forms submitted to the department shall be neatly printed or typed. To return or submit forms by mail please use the following address. Town of Maiden Attn: Planning Department, 113 W. Main St. Maiden, NC 28650"