Notice of Final Stormwater Fee Rulemaking
Nash Run Trash Trap Project Final Technical Report
With the revised Flood Hazard Rules, some changes in fees associated with floodplain management services, review, and approval have been made. Notices of the fee changes are provided in the links below:
Any development project in a Special Flood Hazard Area (SFHA) requires a building permit from the Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs (DCRA). After submitting a building permit application to DCRA, the reviewing agencies (i.e., DCRA, DDOE and HSEMA) will review and approve the permit...
Report: Anacostia Outfall Trash Monitoring and TMDL
For full copies of the report contact Matt Robinson at DDOE Stormwater Management Division at [email protected].
FEMA runs the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) and has compiled a list of common myths about the Program, along with the real facts behind them. Below is a link to the resulting document:
FEMA reviewed their FIRMs (Flood Maps) for DC from 1985 and made revisions that became effective on 27 September 2010. Prior to that date, several letters were sent by the Director of DDOE to property owners in parts of DC most likely to be affected by the changes. Included in the letters were...
Plan lays out data collected from a systematic assessment of the types and sources of trash and a five year plan to make significant reductions in the amount of trash in the Anacostia River.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) developed an extensive guide of methods used to protect building utilities from flood damage. It outlines principles of design and construction of building utility systems for residential and non-residential structures located in flood-prone areas...