What are the initial anticipated results following completion of the Marin City Stormwater Plan?

The Marin City Stormwater Plan will result in a public stormwater infrastructure plan of potential projects that reflects direct input from Marin City residents and organizations in partnership with the various public agencies that have responsibilities in the watershed.

This public stormwater infrastructure plan will recommend various flood risk reduction projects and drainage improvements for consideration by local and state agencies. However, the Stormwater Plan will not commit the County or District to implement the specific recommendations or projects.

Following completion of the Stormwater Plan, if any of the identified projects/recommendations are pursued by local, state or federal agencies, then the respective agency would need to conduct more detailed design work, as well as secure construction funding sources. Additionally, should an agency proceed with implementing a specific project/recommendation, that agency would be required to first complete a California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) document, and potentially obtain National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) clearance if federal funds are being used, such as any Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) grants.

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