A stormwater pipe at the crossing of Glenbrook Drive.

Stormwater

Glenbrook Drive and Dacian Road Stormwater Improvements

Stormwater System Upgrades

We are planning to make updates to the stormwater system near the intersection of Glenbrook Drive and Dacian Road. These upgrades will help reduce road and home flooding. It'll also improve the stream channel in this area. 

This project originated from the South Raleigh Drainage Studies.

Project Details

 
Type:
Stormwater
Budget:
$2.6 million
Project Lead:
Stormwater Management
Contractors:
WSP (Design)

Contact

 

Reid Huntley, PE
Project Manager 
919-996-4068

Lead Department:
Engineering Services
Service Unit:
Stormwater

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Planning

We are working on the scope for this project. The consultant is expected to start the design for the stormwater upgrades in the next few months. 

Proposed Upgrades

The following changes will help reduce flooding and allow stormwater to flow through the system more easily when it rains. 

  • Raise part of Glenbrook Drive and Dacian Road; 
  • Replace stormwater pipes at both street crossings; 
  • Improve stream channel about 300 ft. upstream from the pipes; and, 
  • Upgrade the stormwater system that goes past Elmhurst Circle. 

Surveying (January - February)

You may see the consultant and their contractors collecting details about the stormwater system on or near your property. This work will take place in January - February. If you have questions about this work, please let us know. 

Phase Contacts

 

Reid Huntley, PE
Project Manager 
919-996-4068

Lead Department:
Engineering Services

Schedule

Date Activity
Early 2022 Project planning begins
Spring 2022 Project design begins
Summer 2022 Public meeting planned
Late Fall 2022 Project design complete
Spring 2023 Project construction begins
Late Fall 2023 Project complete

A stormwater pipe on Dacian Road that needs to be replaced. 

A stormwater pipe on Glenbrook Drive that needs to be replaced. 

Background

Properties on Glenbrook Drive and Dacian Road experience stream erosion and yard flooding. Flooding can be caused by many different things. Some properties experience flooding from: 

This project originated from the South Raleigh Drainage Studies.