Maintenance Eligibility


Preserve at Weaver Ck
Tallgrass Pond

UDFCD provides an incentive program, called the Maintenance Eligibility Program (MEP), to encourage responsible design in developer-initiated floodplain modification projects. At the request of the local government, the Floodplain Management Program reviews and comments on proposed development projects. Projects approved through the MEP process are eligible for UDFCD maintenance. Projects must meet the criteria contained in the USDCM as well as the Guidelines for Maintenance Eligibility. Regional Detention Basins also require that a Maintenance Site Plan is prepared in accordance with the Guidelines for UDFCD Maintenance Site Plan.

Current Guidelines for Maintenance Eligibility
Guidelines for UDFCD Maintenance Site Plan

Maintenance eligible projects are listed for each city and county. These lists also include the status of eligibility if the project is currently in the process of becoming maintenance eligible. This information is updated frequently but may not be current. Refer to the report date shown in the title block of each summary table.

Note: If a web link is not provided, no projects are eligible for UDFCD maintenance assistance in the corresponding jurisdiction. The information may not be current. Check the report date shown in the title block of each summary table.

Adams CountyArapahoe CountyBoulder CountyBroomfield City & CountyDenver CountyDouglas CountyJefferson County
ArvadaAuroraBoulderBow Mar
BrightonCastle PinesCentennialCherry Hills Village
Columbine ValleyCommerce CityEdgewaterEnglewood
ErieFederal HeightsFoxfieldGlendale
GoldenGreenwood VillageLafayetteLakeside
LakewoodLittletonLone TreeLouisville
MorrisonMountain ViewNorthglennParker