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The details provided on this page are standard details that may be used under certain circumstances. They are not appropriate for all situations and should not be used without consultation with, and usually a permit from, the District. Inappropriate use of the details could result in creating a hazard or causing harm.
Explore documents and links related to commercial and multi-lot development.
View resources and links for engineers.
The Pima County Office of Emergency Management has made it possible through a system called MyAlerts for the Regional Flood Control District to provide near-real-time flood alerts to Pima County residents within certain watersheds.
The resources on this page are applicable to a wide array of our customers.
Glossary of Flood Control Related Terms
Find a glossary of flood control-related terms.
Historical Aerial Photographs
The historical aerial photographs provided on this page date back as far as 1936. These old photographs can be useful, primarily to engineers, in analyzing wash migration over time. They can also provide information on historical flow paths in currently developed areas.
Homeowner's Associations (HOAs)
View documents and links related to the homeowner's associations.
Explore helpful links related to flood control.
Check out the listing for various manuals currently available online. New manuals will be added as electronic versions become available.
The District uses maps in a variety of ways; to convey flood hazard information, to graphically describe flood control projects, or to relate other spatial data. These maps may be static like a paper map or interactive, such as those using PimaMaps as an interface over the internet.
The Pima County Regional Flood Control District (District) wants to help you understand the potential pitfalls of buying or selling properties that are in the floodplain and protect your clients in the process.
The District has created a number of programs and calculation sheets to help standardize floodplain and erosion hazard analysis within Pima County.
View links and resources for surveyors.