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The Flood District Board of Supervisors authorize plans, budgets, project funding, and provide program and
policy guidance to address flood risks county-wide. Read about their 2017 activities here.
Pierce County operates and maintains over 69 miles of levees and revetments along four major rivers: the Puyallup, White, Carbon, and Nisqually. County costs for operations and maintenance in 2017 was over $4 million. The Flo...
Executive Committee Meetings
9:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. Pierce County Council Chambers, 930 Tacoma Ave South, Room 1045, Tacoma, WA
January 17 (cancelled)
Read about the goals for each project, funding partnerships, and anticipated schedules.
Sign up for meeting notices and updates from the Pierce County Flood Control Zone District.
In 2017, more than $1.2 million was provided to Pierce County to repair and improve levees and revetments along rivers. The balance of maintenance and operation
expenditures is funded by stormwater fees paid by property owners in unincorporated Pierce Coun...
The Pierce County Flood Control Zone District Board of Supervisors authorize plans, budgets, project funding, and provide program and
policy guidance to address flood risks county-wide. A report of their 2017 activities is available here.