What is a dispersion trench?
A dispersion trench is much like an infiltration trench, except the top is designed to allow for sheet flow of stormwater. This is used where infiltration is not achievable, or there is sufficient vegetated flow path for stormwater dissipation.

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1. What is a site development permit?
2. When is a site development permit required?
3. How do I get a site development permit?
4. Who should I talk to if I have vesting questions regarding the site development work for my project?
5. How can I check the status of my site development permit?
6. Once I make application for my site development permit, may I start site development work?
7. Who prepares the plans and reports that I need to submit for a site development permit?
8. Can I/how do I get an extension for my general site development permit?
9. Can I/how do I get an extension for my residential site development permit?
10. At what point is work considered 'minor work in the Right-of-way' vs. an 'off-site public road improvement'?
11. What is an infiltration trench?
12. What is impervious surface?
13. What is a dispersion trench?
14. Do you have a list of surveyors and engineers?
15. Who do I talk to about a violation (filling, grading, clearing, work in floodplains, work in drainage course, etc.) on my property?