Flood Control Projects

The Flood Control Zone District’s 2023 budget includes $19.7 million for the following capital projects:

  • Property Acquisitions: $8.8 million
  • Lower White River 24th Street Setback and Restoration: $5,242,563
  • Lower White River Sumner Point Bar: $42,450
  • Lower White River Left Bank Setback: $70,000
  • White River Butte Pit Setback Levee: $300,000
  • Calistoga/Ken Wolfe Levee: $98,195
  • Orville Road Revetment Phase 2C: $75,000
  • Orville Road Revetment at Kapowsin Creek: $295,000
  • Middle Puyallup 128th St Comp Study: $78,764
  • Carbon River Floodplain Reconnection, Left Bank: $178,000
  • Carbon River Floodplain Reconnection, Right Bank: $110,000
  • Needham Road Acquisition & Revetment: $1,087,500
  • Puget Sound Shoreline Project: $200,000

The District allocated approximately $6.9 million in capital funds for use by local jurisdictions under the Opportunity Fund program.

The District also allocated $3.1 million in Flood Risk Reduction and Watershed Management grants.

The District also allocated $2.8 million for operations and maintenance by Pierce County for flood risk management reduction.