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Minor Flood Control

Minor Localized Flood Reduction Projects are eligible activities under all HMA programs and are characterized as localized measures intended to lessen the frequency or severity of flooding and decrease predicted flood damages.  Examples of such minor physical mitigation efforts include but are not limited to:  

  • Stormwater management projects including the construction, installation or improvement of culverts, drain pipes, pumping stations, floodgates, and detention or retention basins;
  • Flood protection measures for water and sanitary sewer systems or other utility systems;
  • Slope stabilization or grading to direct flood waters away from homes, schools, businesses, utilities or governmental facilities;
  • Vegetation management for shoreline stabilization (coastal, riverine, riparian and other littoral zones); and   
  • Flood protection and stabilization measures for roads and bridges.
     
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