Flood Corridor Meetings

Campbell Avenue/Paintbrush Lane Area Flood Corridor Meeting on YouTube: September 28 2022

Schultz/Pipeline Flood Corridor Meetings

Campbell Avenue/Paintbrush Lane Area Flood Corridor Meeting Presentation: September 28 2022

Campbell-Paintbrush Corridor Meeting Presentation - September 28 2022

Peaceful Way Area Flood Corridor Meeting on YouTube: September 21 2022

Schultz/Pipeline Flood Corridor Meetings

Peaceful Way Area Flood Corridor Meeting Presentation: September 21 2022

Peaceful Way Corridor Meeting Presentation - September 21 2022

Copeland Lane Area Flood Corridor Meeting on YouTube: September 07 2022

Schultz/Pipeline Flood Corridor Meetings

Copeland Lane Area Flood Corridor Meeting Presentation: September 07 2022

Copeland Lane Area Flood Corridor Meeting Presentation September 07 2022

Government Tank Area Flood Corridor Meeting on YouTube: August 31 2022

Schultz/Pipeline Flood Corridor Meetings

Government Tank Area Flood Corridor Meeting Presentation: August 31 2022

Government Tank Corridor Meeting Presentation August 31 2022

Brandis Way Area Flood Corridor Meeting on YouTube: August 30 2022

Schultz/Pipeline Flood Corridor Meetings

Brandis Way Area Flood Corridor Meeting Presentation: August 30 2022

Brandis Way Flood Corridor Meeting Presentation - August 30 2022

Wupatki Trails Area Flood Corridor Meeting on YouTube: August 24 2022

Schultz/Pipeline Flood Corridor Meetings

Wupatki Trails Area Flood Corridor Meeting Presentation: August 24 2022

Wupatki Trails Flood Corridor Meeting Presentation - August 24 2022

Overview

The Coconino County Flood Control District (District) is hosting a series of flood corridor meetings to discuss conceptual long-term flood mitigation for each of the flood corridors in the Schultz/Pipeline Flood Area.

The goal for these corridor meetings is to begin sharing of information regarding each specific flood corridor so that property owners in each corridor have a better understanding of the opportunities and challenges for long-term flood mitigation. 

The District and its engineering consultants are continuing to prepare conceptual plans for long-term flood mitigation. Long-term flood mitigation involves three key, interdependent elements:  

  1. On-forest watershed restoration measures to restore alluvial fans and provide erosion control
  2. Flood mitigation within the neighborhoods 
  3. Increasing drainage infrastructure capacity at Highway 89