Flood Control Planning Division is mainly responsible for long range advance planning and for coordinating flood control project development and funding with other agencies.
- Long Range Planning involves planning investigations and project studies; project prioritization; preparing annual capital improvement reports, special reports and studies; preparing and updating Master Plans of Drainage; documenting flooding events and damages; developing and processing funding agreements; preparing and tracking grant applications; Aerial photos and Historic information archiving and updating District’s maps, exhibits, and displays.
- The Division conducts meetings with City Engineers in the respective Flood Zones. The meetings are designed to familiarize the City Engineers with flood control projects in planning, development and construction phases. District budget studies are also discussed.
- The Federal Projects Section of the Division is responsible for coordinating the development of federally sponsored flood control projects with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Some of the past federally sponsored projects in our County included the construction of the Seven Oaks Dam and the San Timoteo Creek Basins and Channel.
- The Division coordinates Water Spreading Activities with local water agencies that use District facilities to recharge underground aquifers.
Requests for information are available by calling our office at (909) 387-8120.