Cedar Fork Study Overview
The Town of Chapel Hill and the W.K. Dickson consulting team has initiated the Cedar Fork Subwatershed Study. The Cedar Fork study area is primarily residential and is approximately 1.4 square miles and just over 900 acres. Of the acreage, around 20% consists of impervious surface. The Cedar Fork study area also contains some of the steepest slopes in the Booker Creek watershed. Beginning in January, field crews will be conducting stream walks in the area including surveys, stream assessments, and reconnaissance through identification and analyses.
Public Education and Outreach
Opportunities will be provided to ensure residents, businesses, visitors and property owners stay engaged. Our outreach will be a two-way process for communication.
Take Our Survey – take a few minutes to tell us about any flooding or erosion issues you or your neighborhood experiences. Do you live near a stream or creek? Tell us about your observations. We also have hard copies for your use. Please contact us for copies. Click on the link for the online version.
Attend Our Events – we will host public outreach events at key milestones during the process. Visit this page often for updates and announcements.
The first public meetings are scheduled for Wednesday, January 23, 2019 at the Chapel Hill Public Library located at 100 Library Drive, Room B.
11:30 am to 1:30 pm or
5:30 pm to 7:30 pm
Click on the Download link for a meeting flyer and share with those who might be interested.
Send Us Your Photos and Comments
Do you have any photos of flooding in your area, streams overflowing or just beautiful pictures of nearby creeks and streams? Share them with us – we want to know more about the landscape of your community. You may also join our mailing list for future project notifications.
Send to firstname.lastname@example.org.