NEW TOOL for download: Storm drain fee calculation sheet to determine review fee of Storm Drain Plan Review associated with development.
Work has begun on a joint grant project of the Fresno Metropolitan Flood Control District and the Fresno Irrigation District. The ‘Fresno Stormwater Capture, Retention and Reuse Project’ is a $12 million project that will improve stormwater capture and retention,… Read More
Summer 2020 Flood Line The District’s Flood Line newsletter has a new issue out for Summer 2020. Flood Line is a community outreach publication launched in 1989 to inform our customers and community partners of the District’s work and priorities… Read More
GENERAL MANAGER RECRUITMENT The Fresno Metropolitan Flood Control District is seeking a visionary General Manager – Secretary with strong leadership, interpersonal and effective communications skills. A candidate who can provide clear direction and strategic planning for an organization that encourages… Read More
Come cast your ballot at the District offices through Tuesday, March 3! The District is one of many locations volunteering to serve as a voting center for the new expanded voting being offered by the Fresno County Elections Division. Voting… Read More
At its December 11, 2019, 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.
This video was recently released by the Kings River Water Association, a longtime community partner of FMFCD’s. It talks about local water supply and the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act (SGMA), which has been an all-consuming issue across California since its… Read More
Transparency Certificate of Excellence Renewal Awarded The Fresno Metropolitan Flood Control District’s Transparency Certificate of Excellence has been renewed by the Special District Leadership Foundation (SDLF) in recognition of its outstanding efforts to promote transparency and good governance. Certificates are… Read More
Flood Control District Accepting Applications for Annual Clean Stormwater Grants UP TO $4,000 PER PROJECT IS AVAILABLE FOR PROJECTS PROMOTING PUBLIC INVOLVEMENT AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS The Fresno Metropolitan Flood Control District is again offering its Clean Stormwater Grant Program to… Read More
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