The Small Communities Flood Risk Reduction Program (SCFRRP) is a program to reduce flood risk for small communities protected by State Plan of Flood Control facilities. Small communities are defined in the State’s Central Valley Flood Protection Plan as developed areas with between 200 and 10,000 residents.
The program is multi-phased. In the first phase, the State fully funds a feasibility study that evaluates structural and nonstructural flood risk reduction projects. A second competitive funding phase will pay fifty percent of project design and implementation. Within the Mid & Upper Sacramento River region, the following communities are working on feasibility studies under the program: Colusa, Princeton, Grimes, Vina, Gerber, Nord, Durham and Richvale. Project notices and documents will be posted on this page by community as they become available.
Notices & Documents
Reducing Flood Risk in the Town of Grimes
Join us for an introduction to Colusa County’s Flood Risk Reduction Feasibility Study for the town of Grimes. The study aims to identify a preferred solution to provide Grimes with a 100-year level of flood protection. Draft alternatives for review and input will be presented. This is a joint meeting with the Sacramento River West Side Levee District.
6:30 p.m, Wednesday, November 14
Colusa Industrial Properties
50 Sunrise Boulevard, Colusa
Reducing Flood Risk for Princeton
The community is encouraged to attend an introduction to the Flood Risk Reduction Feasibility Study for Princeton.
6 p.m., Thursday, November 15
Princeton High School Cafeteria
473 State Street, Princeton