The Wake Forest Engineering Department is comprised of three civil/environmental engineers and three construction inspectors. Staff is responsible for erosion and stormwater plan review and permitting, engineering design work, local roadway improvement projects, traffic improvements, sidewalk improvement, construction inspection, and environmental education. Our work area is within town rights-of-way and stormwater easements.
Erosion & Sediment Control
Sediment is the number one polluter by volume in North Carolina. The town regulates land disturbing activities over half an acre with an Erosion & Sediment Control permitting and inspection program.
Increasing federal and state clean water regulations are causing cities and towns across the United States to adopt comprehensive stormwater management programs. In response to the increased emphasis, the Town of Wake Forest has developed a Stormwater Management program designed to protect its drainage infrastructure, improve the efficiency of the overall drainage system, and ultimately enhance the local environment.
The Engineering Department oversees all street and roadway projects in Wake Forest. Transportation-related questions should be directed to Town Engineer Eric Keravuori at 919-435-9441.
The Public Works Streets Department maintains all town-owned streets. To report potholes contact Betty Pearce at 919-435-9570.
The Town of Wake Forest has developed a number of environmental education to help educate citizens interested in learning about their environment. The engineering department is available to offer instruction on engineering, stormwater, erosion, watersheds, water quality, and various other environmental topics.
Manual of Details & Specifications
For information concerning the Manual of Details & Specifications, contact Assistant Town Engineer Scott Miles at 919-435-9442.