The Lincolnshire Drive area in Georgetown County suffers from nuisance flooding after every rain storm. During normal storm events, water remains in the roadways and ditches for days but during major storm events, there can be up to 2’ of standing water in the area. The flooding prevents emergency vehicles from accessing the community due to the significant amount of standing water on the roads and also creates driving concerns for residents trying to leave their homes. Residents keep tall boots handy for the sole purpose of getting to their cars and homes through the high water. Beyond the safety concerns, the standing water also deteriorates roads and driveways and creates an opportunity for mosquitos and other insects to lay eggs, which creates health concerns for the community. In addition to the flooding on the streets and in the yards, some of the homes also flood, resulting in property damage.