Welcome to the District's Engineering Program -We strive to improve the protection of life and property for existing residents, future residents, and visitors from the impacts of flooding while also protecting the environment. Key areas of engineering service are master planning, the capital improvement program, land development review, and floodplain management. Feel free to explore through the sections below for content relevant to you. Questions or comments for engineering content on our website may be addressed to the Engineering Director (ADD LINK).
Our approach with master planning is to identify sustainable solutions to mitigate flooding problems that are efficient, cost effective, and can be implemented. To do so, we account for the need to manage the flood risk for both existing and future development, respond to opportunities that enhance the usefulness of the Master Plans, update the Master Plan by utilizing the best resources and information available. Click the links below to explore District Documents and Files and Models from the Master Plan.
The District oversees the construction of flood control facilities identified in the Master Plan(s) through the capital improvement program (CIP). Our staff also manages the Local Drainage Program to aid the community; monitors and responds to state/federal legislation that may impact the implementation of the Master Plans; and evaluates multi-use proposals for projects. The District also annually updates the Ten Year Construction Program by July 1 to integrate the financial and engineering planning processes.
The Land Development Review Status link allows you to check the current status of land development projects submitted to the Regional Flood Control District (District) for review. The Drainage Study Submittal link allows you to submit and upload your land development project to the District for review.
FloodView Advanced displays planned and current flood facilities, the location of weather stations throughout Clark County, and floodzone information. FloodZone can show you quickly whether or not your property is located in a 100-year flood zone. Click one of the links below to explore FloodView Advanced or FloodZone.
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Project Status Report/Data Entry & Financial Reports
The Data Entry area is used by entities to update status reports for projects in their area. Click the links below to update project status information. The financial reports section provides access to open and closed purchase orders, project invoice audit, contract funding, encumbrance and balance levels and other reports.