Burlington Times News Article

We are excited to see that the Burlington Times News published an article on the Little Alamance Creek Healthy Streams Cooperative on January 31st 2017. Check it out!

NCDOT retrofits the I-40/85 & Maple Ave interchange to protect Little Alamance Creek

The average motorist passing by the interchange of I-40/85 and Maple Avenue may not notice NCDOT’s latest efforts to protect Little Alamance Creek because most of the action happens below ground!  To the casual observer the grassy area within the interchange appears much the same as it always has, but with one important exception, the […]

Little Alamance Creek Clean Up November 2016 Results

On Saturday Nov. 5th the City of Burlington in partnership with the Burlington Kiwanis Club performed a stream clean up in the Little Alamance Creek Watershed. 43 volunteers from the Kiwanis, Bartlett-Yancey High School, Elon University Circle K, Western Alamance High School, Williams High School, Alamance Burlington Early College, Stormwater SMART staff and City Water […]

City of Graham’s Jordan Lake Annual Report

The City of Graham has been apart of the Jordan Lake Rules since there creation in 2009, and recently submitted their annual report, which helps supply important information about the communities within the Jordan Lake watershed to the Department of Environmental Quality.

Boyd Creek Pump Station

The City of Graham has applied for funds for rehabilitation and replacement of the existing Boyd Creek pump station within the Little Alamance Creek watershed.

NC DEQ 319 Grant Awarded to NC State and Burlington

The North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality (NC DEQ) 319 program, North Carolina State University, City of Burlington, and HydroVault Systems Inc. will be constructing an underground infiltration system at the Alamance County YMCA. This underground infiltration system will structurally support the overlaying ground surface and will be filled a proprietary media that is designed to […]

CWMTF Awarded to NC State and Burlington

The North Carolina Clean Water Management Trust Fund (CWMTF), North Carolina State University, and the city of Burlington will be constructing the state’s first permeable curb and gutter adjacent to the United States Post Office along South Broad Street. This permeable curb and gutter will be hydraulically connected to a proprietary street tree system that will […]

Rain Garden Installation at Alamance County Cooperative Extension

The City of Burlington and the Alamance County Cooperative Extension have installed a rain garden at their office to help promote installation and educational opportunities throughout Little Alamance Creek Watershed. Please read the article in the Alamance Gardener newsletter.

Active Erosion Control Sites in Burlington (September 2016)

18 Erosion Control sites were permitted and active in Burlington from January-September 2016.

Feet of Rehabbed Sanitary Sewer Line

43,921 feet of sanitary sewer lines rehabilitated in Burlington.