Notice of Violation for Stormwater in DC

You may receive a Notice of Violation (NOV) as the result of a routine county inspection or anonymous complaint. If this happens, you have a limited amount of time (typically 30 days) to make repairs and corrections to your property.

If you have recently been served a Notice of Violation, don’t panic! iSTORMWATER is here to help your homeowner’s association or local business tackle stormwater violations quickly and cost-effectively. We can then provide stormwater management inspections to help you avoid any more violations in the future.

For Notice of Violation assistance in Maryland, Virginia, or Washington, DC, please call iSTORMWATER at (443) 699-2828 or contact us online.

Understand Why You Received a Stormwater Notice of Violation

There are many reasons why your property might have received an NOV. Some possibilities include:

  • Improper site preparation: Years ago, when your commercial facility or residential community was first built, the developer may have failed to prepare the site properly for long-term soil stability. The building(s) may also have been erected in a less-than-ideal location on your plot, resulting in erosion, sinkholes, and cracked foundations.
  • Changes to local conditions: New weather patterns could make water management difficult with your existing systems, especially if they were only meant to be temporary solutions. Construction on or around your property can also change water runoff patterns, creating problems that resulted in a violation.
  • Neglect or improper maintenance: The municipal government may have failed to keep up with the drainage and stormwater management needs of the area. As a building owner or community manager, it’s also your responsibility to keep up with routine stormwater inspections and maintenance. Things such as broken clean-outs, downed fences, sediment buildup, and trash accumulation are all problems that could put you in violation of local government, EPA, and HOA requirements.

What to Do if You Receive a Stormwater NOV

If you get a Notice of Violation in the mail, you have no choice but to comply. Failure to correct the issues outlined in your NOV within the allotted time could result in civil penalties (fines) of hundreds or even thousands of dollars per day that the violation occurs.

Contact iSTORMWATER right away and request the NOV assistance you need. We work in a cost-effective, time-efficient manner to satisfy the regulatory requirements that apply to your property.

How to Prevent Future Violations

Once you get your NOV straightened out, you want to remain in compliance from here on out. The key is to choose iSTORMWATER as your stormwater management consultant. We provide a wide array of stormwater management tasks to help apartment complexes and office buildings, HOAs, shopping malls, urban land developers, and others achieve and maintain compliance. These services include:

  • Creating customized stormwater inspection and maintenance plans to prepare your site for stormwater runoff
  • Performing erosion control measures
  • Inspecting, maintaining, repairing, and updating aboveground and belowground stormwater management facilities
  • Providing you with documentation of our stormwater inspections for your records
  • And more

Request Stormwater Notice of Violation Assistance in MD, VA & DC

At iSTORMWATER, we’re certain you’ll be pleased with our stormwater management services. In fact, we guarantee your satisfaction! Our team draws on nearly 20 years of experience resolving NOVs for business owners and community managers in the MD, VA, and DC area.

Let us repair your dysfunctional stormwater system to get you back in compliance! Contact us today at (443) 699-2828 to schedule the services you need.

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