The Flood Control Advisory Board (FCAB) acts in an advisory role to the Board of Directors on flood control, floodplain management, drainage and related matters. The FCAB reviews planning, operations and maintenance of flood control facilities, and recommends an annual budget, which includes a five-year Capital Improvement Program (CIP), to the Board of Directors.
The FCAB reviews program priorities and new policies, and provides their recommendations to the Board of Directors. In reaching its decisions, the FCAB closely coordinates with District staff and takes into consideration input from both municipalities and citizens. The FCAB members also serve the District as members of the Floodplain Review Board and the Drainage Review Board.
The Flood Control Advisory Board consists of seven members. Five of the seven members are appointed by the Board of Supervisors for five-year terms. At least three members shall be residents of cities within the District and at least one of the three shall be a resident of the largest city in the District (Phoenix). In addition to the five members appointed by the Board of Supervisors, the Salt River Project and the City of Phoenix appoint representatives who are ex-officio members of the FCAB with all rights and privileges granted to other members.
Regular FCAB meetings are held on the fourth Wednesday of each month, except in December when the meeting is held on the first Wednesday of the month. No meetings are held in July or November. The meetings begin at 2:00 p.m. in the Flood Control District administrative building at 2801 W. Durango Street in Phoenix. Contact the Flood Control District at (602) 506-1501 to confirm the meeting schedule.
FCAB meeting notices are posted within the first-floor public lobby of the Flood Control District administrative building at 2801 W. Durango Street in Phoenix. Such notices will indicate the date, time and place of the meeting(s), and will include an agenda or information concerning the manner in which the public may obtain an agenda for the meeting(s).
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