NEW TOOL for download: Storm drain fee calculation sheet to determine review fee of Storm Drain Plan Review associated with development.
Notice of Intent to Adopt a Mitigated Negative Declaration Acquisition and Construction of Basin “AV” (Fig Ave & Central Ave) The proposed location for Basin “AV” is north of Central Avenue and south of North Avenue between Fig and Elm… Read More
FMFCD’s Annual Budget Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 2020 (Draft) Five Year Financial Forecast Fiscal Years 2019/2020 – 2023/2024 (Draft)
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
Winter 2018 Flood Line The District’s Flood Line newsletter has a new issue out for Winter 2018. 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
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.
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.
The District has been awarded a Flood Emergency Response Grant by the California Department of Water Resources (DWR)! The $287,500 grant will cover a range of FEMA-approved emergency preparedness training for staff and managers, and cover the creation of a… Read More
2018 Clean Stormwater Program campaign wins national award The District’s 2018 Clean Stormwater Program multi-media campaign has just won a first place national award! We’re a member of the National Association of Flood and Stormwater Management Agencies, and entered the… Read More