Flood Plain Management

To promote the common interest in reducing flood losses and to encourage the protection and enhancement of natural floodplain values...


Bay Area Luncheons

WHEN: Tuesday, June 27, 2017, 11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

LOCATION: One Kaiser Plaza, Suite 1150, Oakland, CA

SPEAKERS: Connie Perkins, Senior Engineer, City of Sacramento

TOPIC:  City of Sacramento's Comprehensive Flood Management Plan (CFMP)

COST:  $15 for FMA Members and $20 for Non-members

TO REGISTER:  Register on-line HERE. Seating limited.

**Attendees should allow extra time to pass through security on the first floor and check in at the Regional Board office on the 14th floor. 

TOPIC DETAILS:  The City of Sacramento’s CFMP is an unique document that establishes a strategic, comprehensive management approach  to reducing flood risk through the implementation of the following seven risk reduction tools:

  • Land Use and Development Guidelines
  • Emergency Management
  • Levee and Other Structural Improvements
  • Internal Drainage Improvements
  • Risk Communication
  • National Flood Insurance Program/Community Rating System Program
  • Levee Security

The CFMP guides the City’s flood risk reduction and mitigation efforts from 2016 to 2021 with implementation goals and strategies, schedules, specified responsibilities and accountability for City Departments,  and funding sources. The CFMP looks at both structural and non-structural measures to reduce flood risk. 

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FMA organizes luncheons in the Bay Area on a variety of topics relating to floodplain management.  If you would like to be added to the notification list please send an e-mail . If you are interested in a particular speaker or topic, please contact Mary Seits, at mary.seits@floodplain.org.


FMA Bay Area Luncheon Presentations

Alameda County Hydrology & Hydraulics Manual

San Francisco Advanced Quantitative Precipitation Information System

Funding Stormwater Services 

Sustainable Funding for Stormwater Services

San Francisco Bay Area Study (March 2013, 6 MB)