Notice:  South Camden Water & Sewer Rate Increases

Attention Customers

The following rate changes were approved in the 2017-2018 budget:

Water:

  • Minimum Water Charge:  $25.00
  • Bulk Water (except contracted sales):  $6.64 per 1,000 gallons

Sewer Base Fees Increased for 0-2,000 gallons:

  • Residential: $28.00
  • Commercial: $38.00
  • Apartments and Townhouses: $28.00

Click Here for the full Fee Rate Schedule

Road Closure - Bridge Replacement Sawyers Creek Rd

The NCDOT and their Contractor ST Wooten plan to begin the upcoming project on SR 1200 Sawyers Creek Road in Camden County. This work will consist of the closing of SR 1200 Sawyers Creek Road 0.1 miles West of SR 1145 Lambs Road, removing the existing structure built in 1974, and replace with a new prestressed concrete core slab bridge structure. Our Contractor will be closing this portion of the roadway using advanced warning signs, and barricades beginning Monday July 10, 2017 with an estimated completion date of Friday November 17,2017.

Traffic affected by this closure may detour around the site by utilizing Lambs Road & Hwy 158 E (on the northern side) and Hwy 343 (on the southern side) to get around the closure.

Below is an aerial photo of the work site:

With the mosquito season here again, Camden County has set up a page for residents to request Mosquito Spraying in their area.

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National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP)
Community Rating System (CRS)

Camden County residences to see a 15% reduction in their flood insurance premiums as part of the County's participation in the NFIP Community Rating System and receiving a CRS class 7 rating.

For Camden County citizens with NFIP flood insurance policies issued or renewed on or after May 1, 2017, will see a 15% discount in the premium cost of flood insurance as part of Camden's participation in the Community Rating System.

NFIP Preferred Risk policies applicable in zone X issued or renewed on or after May 1, 2017 will see a 5% discount in their premium cost.

Seeking Historically Underutilized Businesses

Camden County is currently in the process of creating a vendor listing of Historically Underutilized Businesses in order to improve our compliance with the HUB requirements.  A vendor listing would assist us in being able to identify those we could invite to bid on future projects.

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