Levee Safety Program

Army Corps are in the process of issuing Levee System Summaries including deficiencies for various facilities. The Flood Control District is aware of these items and is in the process of correcting them; no threat to public safety is anticipated.

The USACE's Levee Safety Program tracks Levee inventory nationwide. The USACE will be publishing Levee System Summaries for various USACE built levees within San Bernardino County. These Levee System Summaries include Project Descriptions, Risk Characterizations, Latest Inspection Ratings, Rehabilitation Program Status, Deficiencies, and other Levee Information. The Flood Control District is aware of these items and is in the process of correcting them; no threat to public safety is anticipated.

Levee Portfolio

The current District facilities in the program are:

  • City Creek
  • Cucamonga 1
  • Cucamonga 2
  • Cucamonga 3
  • Cucamonga 5
  • Cucamonga 6
  • Cucamonga 7
  • Cucamonga 8
  • Demens Debris Basin
  • Devil Creek Diversion
  • East Twin Creek 1
  • East Twin Creek 2
  • Lytle Creek—Muscoy Groin #4
  • Lytle Creek—Muscoy
  • Lytle Creek—Island Levee
  • Mill Creek
  • Needles “S” Street
  • Oro Grande Wash 1
  • Quail Wash
  • Santa Ana River Right Bank
  • Santa Ana River San Timoteo 1
  • Santa Ana River San Timoteo 2
  • Santa Ana River Warm Creek
  • San Timoteo 1
  • San Timoteo 2
  • Warm Creek 1

National Levee Database

The current District facilities can be found on the USACE interactive map site:

https://levees.sec.usace.army.mil/#/