Stream projects fall into two categories – capital improvement projects (CIP) and stream management (maintenance) projects. Each year UDFCD requests local governments to prioritize projects and develops both a 5-year CIP and a Stream Management Maintenance Plan based on this input. Design reports and project as-builts can be found in the Library. Maintenance eligible stream and river reaches can be found in the Data Viewer map.
Capital Improvement Projects
Capital improvement projects implement master-planned improvements and are carried out through the 5-Year CIP. Each year the UDFCD Board adopts a 5-Year CIP which lists projects and UDFCD participation for the next five years.
Stream Management Projects
Stream management projects (sometimes referred to as maintenance projects) include restoration work on past capital projects or approved projects from the Maintenance Eligibility Program. The Stream Management Plan is developed on a yearly basis and identifies maintenance projects by county for work to be performed that year.
Projects and Priority Guidelines
Requests are now made online. However, previously used forms can be accessed below.
- Development Referrals
- Floodplain Management
- Stream Projects
- Watershed Master Planning