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The Mid-Sacramento Valley Regional Conservation Investment Strategy (RCIS), a locally-driven, non-regulatory, non-binding, and voluntary conservation strategy, has been developed to guide conservation investments and compensatory mitigation in portions of Colusa and Sutter Counties. The RCIS is an outgrowth of the Mid and Upper Sacramento River Regional Flood Management Plan, which provides a framework for integrating conservation into flood management systems. The RCIS was recently approved by the California Department of Fish and Wildlife.
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Mid & Upper Sacramento Regional Flood Management Plan – November 10, 2014
Table of Contents
Acronyms and Abbreviations
Chapter 1 – Introduction
Chapter 2 – Regional Setting
Chapter 3 – Assessment of Flood Hazards in the Region
Chapter 4- Operations and Maintenance
Chapter 5 – Emergency Response
Chapter 6 – Land Use and Environmental
Chapter 7 – Rural Areas and Small Communities
Chapter 8 – Urban Areas
Chapter 9 – Levee Maintaining Agency Projects
Chapter 10 – System-Wide Improvements
Chapter 11 – Implementation Strategies
Chapter 12 – Financial Plan
Chapter 13 – References
Appendix A – County Economic Forecasts
Appendix B – Levee Segment Summary Sheets
Appendix C – Guide to Developing Local Flood Safety Plans
Appendix D – Special Status Species Present in MUSR Study Area
Appendix E1 – Initial List of Projects
Appendix E2 – Project Location Maps
Appendix F – Project Prioritization Matrix
Appendix G – Response Log
RFMP Main Body