Credits and Fee Adjustments Appeals
The City of Wilmington’s integrated stormwater management program addresses the stormwater needs of the city while protecting its water resources. The major goal of this program is to reduce the amount of pollutants discharged into the surface waters including rivers and creeks. These pollutant discharges occur as a consequence of stormwater run-off, combined sewer overflows and wastewater treatment plant discharges.
The City is engaged in several management activities to mitigate the impact of these pollutant loads on rivers, including pre- and post-construction stormwater management, watershed planning and protection, waste water treatment plant improvements, reduction of volume and frequency of combined sewer overflows, and surface water quality enhancement efforts through the promotion of stormwater quality and quantity management utilizing best management practices.
- Stormwater Charge Credits and Fee Adjustments Appeals Manual
The manual provides complete details on the policies and procedures relating to stormwater credits and fee adjustments.
Fee Adjustment Appeals Applications
Are you a residential parcel owner requesting a stormwater fee adjustment?
Are you a non-residential parcel owner requesting a stormwater fee adjustment?
Are you a condominium parcel owner requesting a stormwater fee adjustment?
Stormwater Credits Applications
Are you a non-residential parcel owner that wants to apply for Stormwater Credits?
Approved stormwater credits are valid for a two year term. Are you requesting to renew your stormwater credits?
Submit Your Application
Send the completed applications, supporting documentation, and the appropriate non-refundable application fee to:
The Commissioner of Public Works
City of Wilmington
Louis L. Redding City/County Building
800 N. French Street, 6th Floor
Wilmington, DE 19801
The Department of Public Works will review each application and send a written disposition to the applicant.
For customer assistance regarding stormwater utility billing, please call the Department of Public Works at (302) 576-3060.