|Currently there are no public meetings scheduled for this project.|
|Project Contact:||Afshin Ahouraiyan|
|District:||3 - Andy Kunasek|
The purpose of this plan was to identify flooding risks and establish policies for the Adobe Dam/Desert Hills Area Drainage Master Plan (ADMP) area. The study identified the extent of flooding problems and developed alternative solutions to flooding problems for the entire Adobe Dam/Desert Hills Watersheds.
The Adobe Dam/Desert Hills ADMP also links management of the watershed to implementation of the Skunk Creek and Cave Creek/Apache Wash Watercourse Master Plans. Successful implementation of the Skunk Creek Watercourse Master Plan (WCMP) is dependent upon diligent and ongoing management of the watershed that runs through the Adobe Dam/Desert Hills ADMP and Cave Creek/Apache Wash WCMP.
The two major objectives of the study were (1) to develop a plan to control and prevent flood damage within the watershed, and (2) to mitigate the potential increase in runoff due to development and to preserve the ability of Skunk Creek and Apache and Paradise Washes to carry stormwater.
The study was completed in 2004 and the recommended drainage plan was adopted by the Flood Control District’s Board of Directors. Due to lack of funding by the partnering agencies, the elements of the recommended plan have not been implemented to date. Reports resulting from the study are available at the Flood Control District’s library.
|Conceptual Aesthetic Treatments of Levees and Channels|
|Current Problems||385 KB|
|Desert Hills - Areas Considered for Structural Alternative|
|Desert Hills - Recommended Structural Alternative|
|Desert Hills - Structural Alternative||3.73 MB|
|Flyer September 2004|
|Handout September 2004|
|New River - Areas Considered for Structural Alternative|
|New River - Recommended Structural Alternative|
|New River - Structural Alternative||565 KB|
|Newsletter November 2002||1.45 MB|
|Newsletter November 2003||757 KB|
|Phoenix Subarea - Recommended Structural Alternative|
|Phoenix Subarea -Areas Considered for Structural Alternative|
|Phoenix/CAP Canal - Structural Alternative||372 KB|
|Planning Process||198 KB|
|Planning Process||266 KB|
|Postcard Update July 2004||718 KB|
|Public Meeting Mailer August 2004||1.5 MB|
|Public Meeting Notice August 2004||1.8 MB|
|Study Area||520 KB|
|Study Area||555 KB|
|Study Area Subarears||423 KB|
|Study Schedule||264 KB|
|Typical Problems||627 KB|
|Why Are We Here?||259 KB|