I have an area on the right side of my property where water flows into a storm drain. During heavy rains, the area near the drain rises and floods over onto Fall Chill Ct. The water flow is also increasing the side of my yard and goes up into the yards of my neighbors on Winter Wind. I am also concerned about the degrading hill portion undermining the integrity of the area and causing the road to be compromised, please inspect
10265 Wetherburn Rd Ellicott City, MD, 21042, USA - Ellicott City
The fence shown surrounds a storm water management pond between 10265 and 10268 Wetherburn Rd Ellicott City 21042. Unaccompanied kids were noted skating on the pond--not a safe situation. Could you install a sign, saying something like "No Tresspassing. Access for Maintenance Only"? I know signs won't necessarily keep kids out, but at least we are doing our part and posting the notice. Thanks!
Water is rushing down alternative pathways rather than the path as possibly intended. Most likely due to over growth etc. Sustained slight water damage as the water was rushing down the hill from all directions. The water was almost rushing into my shed. I have more video I can share. The intended path is further back. I would love to share the issue with someone from the county. The off color area is where the water was rushing.
There is a drainage pipe from the storm drains that runs into the plum hill branch stream. Where the culvert meets the stream is totally blocked by trees and debris from recent storms.. This drainage ditch is between 3785 and 3789 plum spring lane.