UPDATE: Based upon feedback that we received from the community at the Public Meeting held on October 21, 2014 we are soliciting additional information related to drainage concerns in the project area. A link to an on-line questionnaire is provided here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/DrainageForm. Many of you have already submitted information through the questionnaire mailing that was distributed in July 2014. Additional information can be shared through the on-line questionnaire. The meeting minutes, agenda, presentation and three maps summarizing the watershed map, citizen reported drainage issues and the existing conditions modeled floodplain are provided at the bottom of this page. Additionally, if you have any other information to report related to the drainage issues in your neighborhood (flooding pictures or videos, areas of non-flooding, etc.) you can always report directly to the Project Manager, Adrian Cardenas. His contact information is provided at the bottom of this page.
The Cutchin Drive Storm Drainage Improvement Project (SDIP) is within a drainage area of approximately 160 acres and the improvements may include culvert replacements, pipe system upgrades and channel improvements. The project boundaries are, roughly speaking, Sharon View Road to the north, Wamath Drive and Mountainbrook Road to the south, McMullen Creek to the east and Sharon Road to the west.