|Currently there are no public meetings scheduled for this project.|
|Project Contact:||Afshin Ahouraiyan|
|District:||1 - Denny Barney 2 - Steve Chucri 3 - Andy Kunasek|
|Phase:||Planning & Studies|
The Flood Control District of Maricopa County (District) in association with City of Scottsdale is conducting a regional drainage study of the central and southern area of Scottsdale which also includes portions of Phoenix, Tempe, and Paradise Valley named the Lower Indian Bend Wash Area Drainage Master Study/Plan (LIBW ADMS/P).
Residents who live and work in the study area have intimate knowledge of area drainage conditions and flooding problems. Please share any information you have on drainage and flooding conditions with the project manager of this study, listed at the top of the page under "project contact."
The Lower Indian Bend Wash Area Drainage Master Study started in February 2012. A comprehensive list of known flooding issues has been gathered. Public meetings were held in September of 2013 where input on drainage and flooding problems were received from residents of the area. A hydrologic/hydraulic analysis has been completed and results of the analysis were shared with the public in 20016, as well as potential drainage solutions for the identified draiange hazards in the area. The final set of public meetings were held in November of 2017 where the recommended drainage master plan was presented to the public. The study was completed in December 2017 and the final LIBW ADMS/P Area Drainage Master Study/Plan is available on District's web-site.
|August 2016 Meeting Presentation||PPTX||30 MB|
|August 2016 Public Meetings Notice||30 K|
|Chaparral Road Area||2.8 MB|
|Invergordon Road / Cheney Drive Area||2.7 MB|
|LIBW Nov 2017 Meetings Presentation||PPTX||82 MB|
|Localized Improvement Areas||2.9 MB|
|Meeting Handout||556 K|
|October 2013 Meeting||11.5 MB|
|Paradise Valley Wash Area||2.7 MB|
|Public Meeting #3 Handout - Lower Indian Bend Wash ADMP||382 K|
|Study area map||3.8 MB|
|Study Results Map||4.5 MB|
|Tempe / South Scottsdale Area||2.6 MB|