County water is running across my property, please divert it somewhere else?
The first thing the County would do is determine exactly where the water is coming from and whether it is a County problem or one that needs to be addressed by the developer or adjacent property owners.



Sometimes a neighbor can change the grade of his property, creating water problems for his neighbors. If the County decides it is a County problem, they will send an inspector to the area to make sure it is not being caused by routine maintenance, such as a clogged pipe or culvert, a curb that needs to be replaced, or a drainage ditch that needs to be cleaned out. If it is shown to be a grading problem, a County surveyor would be sent to the area to make a topographic study taking elevations of the area to determine the best means for correcting the problem.

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1. Why are there paint marks in the road?
2. What are the little flags in my front yard?
3. Is the road going to be widened?
4. County water is running across my property, please divert it somewhere else?
5. How can I get a signal constructed at an intersection?
6. Where can I find a list of roads closed due to weather, construction, or special events?