The Fresno Metropolitan Flood Control District is preparing to apply for Proposition 68 grant funds through the California Department of Parks and Recreation’s Statewide Parks Program. What new or improved features would you like to see at Trolley Creek Park… Read More
District General Manager Alan Hofmann has done a series of four interviews with Marilyn Moore, host of KMPH 26’s Lifestyle Matters. What is the District and what does it do? Why is it important to keep yard and garden chemicals… Read More
Acquisition and Construction of Basin “EN” The proposed location for Basin “EN” is located at the northwest corner of Gettysburg and Garfield Avenues. This project is for the acquisition and construction of a stormwater management basin. The proposed Basin “EN”… Read More
At its December 12, 2018, meeting the District’s Board of Directors awarded $14,000 in Clean Stormwater Grants for 2019. News release. Learn more about the District’s Clean Stormwater Grant program, first established in 1997.
Notice is hereby given that at the December 12, 2018 meeting of the Board of Directors of the Fresno Metropolitan Flood Control District, the Board will consider the adoption of a resolution making findings in compliance with the Mitigation Fee… Read More
Notice of public hearing – Amendment of Master Schedule of Service Charges Ordinance Notice is hereby given that a public hearing will be held before the Board of Directors of the Fresno Metropolitan Flood Control District on Wednesday October 24,… Read More
Budget Hearing – June 27, 2018: The District Board of Directors conducted its 2018/2019 Budget Hearing on Wednesday, June 27, 2018, at 6:00 p.m. The proposed 2018/2019 budget and the proposed 5-year financial forecast were adopted. View the hearing agenda.
May 10, 2018 – The Fresno City Council has proclaimed May as ‘Water Awareness Month’ in the City of Fresno. The Central Valley Water Awareness Committee (CVWAC) gratefully received the proclamation. The District is a proud founding member of CVWAC, alongside… Read More
BOS proclaims May ‘Water Awareness Month’ and ‘Water Safety Month’ May 1, 2018 – The Fresno County Board of Supervisors has proclaimed May as ‘Water Awareness Month’ and ‘Water Safety Month’ in Fresno County. The District is a proud founding member… Read More
The District has a new stormwater pollution prevention media campaign! What simple things can you do around the house to keep common pollutants from making to our stormwater basins, and eventually our groundwater supply? Everything you need to know can be… Read More