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Floodplain Acquisition Program
 

Through a combination of federal, state and local money, Storm Water Services' Floodplain Acquisition
Program
has made it possible to purchase more than 340 flood-prone structures that were in the floodway or met other specific buyout criteria.

 

List of Floodplain Acquisition Projects by neighborhood:

Amay James neighborhood (Whitehurst Road)
Beechwood Acres
Belmont neighborhood
Biddleville/Oaklawn neighborhood (Andrill Terrace)
Commonwealth/Woodland
Country Club Heights neighborhood (Dunlavin Way) 
Cullman Ave (NoDa)
Doral/Cavalier (Chantilly)
Dore Academy site
Dresden/Eastway Park
Eastover neighborhood (Placid Place)
Five Points neighborhood (Roslyn Avenue)
Hidden Valley (Wellingford Street) 
Merry Oaks neighborhood (Harbinger Court)
Myers Park neighborhood (Chilton Place)
Oaklawn Terrace
Providence Park neighborhood (Willhaven Drive)
Reese Road Apartments (across Little Sugar Creek from Westfield)
Shannonhouse neighborhood
Sunset Park
Westfield
 (Myers Park Manor neighborhood)
Wilmore
Woodlawn

See the street addresses and watersheds of the properties purchased under this program (as of 7/1/2015).