Cost Share Programs - Community Conservation Assistance Program (CCAP)

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CCAP is a voluntary, incentive-based 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.


Who is eligible?

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

Why is this program important?

How rapid urbanization affects water quality becomes important as North Carolina's land use continues to change.  CCAP can help educate landowners on water quality, stormwater management and retrofit practices to treat stormwater runoff. 

How does CCAP work?

Interested landowners may apply to their local 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. 

CCAP Highlights

CCAP Advisory Committee

CCAP Design Manual

Forms

Manual

Reports

Online Contracting System

Tools & Resources

 

 

 

 

NCDA&CS Division of Soil & Water Conservation, Pat Harris, Director
Mailing Address: 1614 Mail Service Center, Raleigh NC 27699-1614
Physical Address: 512 North Salisbury Street, Raleigh North Carolina 27604
Phone: 919.733.2302; FAX: 919.715.3559