Applications have closed for 2022.
In 2020, by Motion FCD20-04.2, the Board of Supervisors took another step to reaffirm the District’s commitment to a countywide multi-benefit approach to flood risk reduction, and created three new grant programs in addition to the original Flood Reduction Grant program.
The thee new programs address the countywide flood issues associated with urban streams, coastal erosion/coastal flooding, and culvert replacement/fish passage restoration. The original grant program remains and a total of four grant areas of interest are available under the Flood Reduction Grant Programs umbrella (see image below).
The original Flood Reduction grants will continue to target medium and small local flood reduction projects including projects where the control of stormwater will have a direct benefit in reducing flooding.