Helpful Information for Assembling Application Forms:
- Town of Thompson Inland Wetland Inventory prepared by the Northeastern Connecticut Regional Planning Agency dated 1980
- Map containing location of Thompson's Significant Wetlands identified in document "Town of Thompson Inland Wetland Inventory" prepared by Northeast Connecticut Regional Planning Agency dated 1980
- Map containing Thompson's U.S.G.S. Topographic Quadrangle identifiers & Regional Drainage Basin #s
- Map Containing Public Water Supply Watersheds in Thompson (highlighted in yellow)
Other Helpful Documents / Videos:
- Advice from the Wetlands Office to home owners, waterfront property owners, developers and contractors
- DEEP 6/2014 Advice on FEMA Flood Zone Dispute Process
- DEEP Dams in Connecticut: Their History, Use & Regulation
- Eastern Connecticut Conservation District French River Water Quality Investigations 2015-2016
- List of Contaminated or Potentially Contaminated Sites in Thompson per DEEP May 9, 2017
- DEEP YouTube Video "What is an Aquifer?"
- DEEP YouTube Videos
- Rain Gardens - A How to Guide from UConn to help remove pollutants in storm water runoff and encourage ground water recharge
- EPA's Stormwater Calculator is an online tool to help support local, state and national efforts to reduce runoff using green infrastructure practices as low impact development controls. The Calculator uses local soil conditions, land cover, slope and historical rainfall records to provide estimates of storm water runoff from specific sites anywhere in the U.S. In the new release, users can now access the mobile web application version which can be used on mobile devices, such as smartphones and tablets. In addition, users can now estimate the cost of their project with the new cost estimation module.