District properties are inspected routinely throughout the year by our Operations and Maintenance Division. Maintenance, such as vegetation removal, is performed annually or as necessary.
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It depends. Typically your local jurisdiction or home owners association (HOA) has maintenance responsibilities for drainage in your neighborhood therefore you should contact them first. If the District is responsible for the maintenance, please contact us, 602-506-1501, and ask to speak with the Operations and Maintenance Division.
The Flood Control District's website shows projects and associated land rights for those projects. If you have a very specific question as to boundary lines or ownership rights, you should contact the Real Estate Division's Property Engineering Branch.
Some easements can be verified by contacting the Property Engineering Branch, 602-506-0388. Some of the older easements across District property were not originally tracked so it may require getting a Title Report to verify easement grants across District property.
Please contact the Property Management Branch, 602-506-4747.
It depends. Please complete a one-time event permit via the District's Right of Way Use Permit process. Each request will be reviewed on an individual basis to determine if a permit will be authorized. If you need additional assistance, please contact our Right of Way Permits Branch, 602-506-0117. Learn more on our Right-of-Way Use Permit page.
Please contact 602-506-1501 and request to speak with our Operations and Maintenance Division or submit an Inquiry Request which will be forwarded to our Operations and Maintenance Division.