Floodwall Project, Yountville, California
The Town of Yountville, California, has applied to FEMA for assistance with the construction of a flood barrier to protect two mobile home parks from periodic flooding. The Yountville Mobile Home Park Flood Barrier Project would surround the Rancho de Napa and Gateway Mobile Home Parks in the southeast corner of the town of Yountville, California. The Town of Yountville is approximately 9 miles north of the city of Napa along State Route 29. The mobile home parks are located within the 100-year floodplain of the Napa River. The elevations of the mobile home parks range from 80 feet in the southeast corner of the Gateway Mobile Home Park to 86 feet in the northwest corner of the Rancho de Napa Mobile Home Park. They are bordered on the west by Hopper Creek and on the east by Beard Ditch. To the north and south are local drainage ditches that carry surface runoff from the mobile home parks and adjacent properties to Beard Ditch.
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