Community Conservation Assistance Program (CCAP)

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CCAP is a voluntary, incentive-based cost share program designed to improve water quality through the installation of various best management practices (BMPs) on urban, suburban and rural lands not directly involved with agriculture production.

Eligible landowners may include homeowners, businesses, schools, parks and publicly owned lands.

 

Interested landowners may apply at the Wake Soil and Water Conservation district for financial and technical assistance for the installation of BMPs to protect water quality. Applications are ranked based on local water quality priorities and, if eligible, a conservation plan is prepared. Landowners may receive financial assistance of up to 75 percent of the pre-established average cost of the BMP.

 

** We are still taking applications for projects in the Jordan Lake watershed (Apex, Morrisville, parts of Cary) funded through a special grant through December 2016.  Please let us know if you are interested in applying by calling 919-250-1053. **

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Practices eligible for cost share under CCAP include:

    • Cisterns
    • Stormwater wetlands
    • Grassed swales
    • Bioretention Areas
    • Rain Gardens
    • Backyard Wetlands
    • Critical Area Plantings
    • Diversions
    • Pet Waste Receptacles

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If you are interested in participating in CCAP please contact the Wake Soil and Water Conservation District at 919-250-1050.  You can also look up more information on the NCDA&CS CCAP website.

 

 
 
Useful tip for homeowners and first time homebuyers alike:
 

*Please refer to the Please refer to the Map Room section of our website for more information on how to access soil maps. You can also look up all kinds of great information on Wake County iMaps using your address.

 
 
Wake Soil and Water Conservation District 
4001 Carya Drive, Suite D :: Raleigh, North Carolina 27610 :: Phone: 919-250-1050 :: Fax: 919-250-1000