Here you will find resources to help you stay informed on what is going on during legislative sessions, a quick link to other professional related sites, and much more.
If there are other resources that you'd like to see here, please contact us and we will consider adding them.
Professional Related Sites
- National Society of Professional Surveyors
- NC Board of Examiners for Engineers and Surveyors
- NC Flood Risk Information System
- NC Geodetic Survey
- NC DENR
- NC Engineering and Land Surveying Act - General Statute 89C
- Mapping Requirements - General Statue 47-30
- Surveyor Specialty License Plate (paper application)
- Sample Surveying Contract
- Occupational Employment Wages for Surveyors
- Occupational Employment Wages for Surveying & Mapping Technicians
- NC General Assembly
- US House of Representatives
- US Senate
- G.S. 47-30 Revisions From 1960-2004
- GS 47-30 provided by NCBEES (without tracked changes for a clean version of the Bill changes compiled with the original unchanged parts of 47-30)
- GS 47-30 With Tracked Changes
Latest Legislative Updates: June 12, 2018
2018 Legislative Session
With the override of Governor Roy Cooper's veto of the budget, surveyors have wording included that offers them the same qualified immunity as engineers when they are operating in a state of emergency. Representative Dean Arp amended the budget to include the wording found on page 15 of S99.
Letter of Opposition to Virginia's RFP for Unmanned Aerial Systems Projects
The NCSS Board of Directors has written to the Virginia Government Procurement Dept. to support Virginia in their opposition to a recent RFP which encourages unlicensed surveyors to bid on jobs with their UAS. It also does not take into account The Brooks Act or other states' Mini-Brooks Acts. Click here to read letter.
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