Soil Erosion and Sedimentation goes far beyond being unsightly on roads and in streams. Sediment is the number one pollutant in streams, rivers and lakes in NC. When sediment fills water courses and reservoirs, valuable habitat for fish and other wildlife is adversely impacted. Sedimentation can have far-reaching effects, including lowering property values, increased electricity costs, reduction in water quality, etc.
The objective of the Guilford County Soil Erosion Control Section is to enforce Soil Erosion Control regulations in Jamestown, Oak Ridge, Pleasant Garden, Sedalia, Stokesdale, Summerfield, Whitsett and unincorporated Guilford County.
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For more information please contact us:
Department Director, J. Leslie Bell (336)641-4409 email@example.com
Soil Erosion Control Chief, Earl Davis (336)641-3803 (O) (336)669-1720 (M) firstname.lastname@example.org
Soil Technician, James Tardiff (336)641-2259 (O) (336)669-7134 (M) email@example.com
Soil Technician, Khadijah Hasan (336)641-5471 (O) (336) (M) firstname.lastname@example.org
Planning & Development
400 W Market Street
P.O. Box 3427 Greensboro, NC 27402
(336)641-3334 (T) (336)641-6988 (F)