Valuation and acquisition of floodplain lands for stream valley parks

  • 75 Pages
  • 2.81 MB
  • English
College of Business Administration, The University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia in coordination with Environmental Resources Center, Georgia Institute of Technology , Atlanta
Flood control -- Georgia., Flood damage prevention -- Geo
Statementby Charles F. Floyd.
SeriesERC -- 01-82., ERC (Series) -- 82-01.
ContributionsUniversity of Georgia. College of Business Administration., Georgia Institute of Technology. Environmental Resources Center.
The Physical Object
Paginationv, 75 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14228409M

Buy Valuation and acquisition of floodplain lands for stream valley parks by Charles F Floyd (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Charles F Floyd.

The result is a flood. A flood inundates a floodplain. There are different types of floodplains and they are based on they type of flooding that forms them.

Most floods fall into one of three major categories: ♦ Riverine flooding ♦ Coastal flooding ♦ Shallow flooding Floods and Floodplain Management The Corps of Engineers is partnering with the Central Valley Flood Protection Board and Marysville Levee District to complete levee improvements that will make Marysville one of the lowest at-risk cities in California’s Central Valley.

The stream valley consists of the stream, flood plain, and first valley slope on either side of the flood plain running with the stream from source to point of confluence with a larger body of water.

Details Valuation and acquisition of floodplain lands for stream valley parks EPUB

(Note: The Greenways concept expands upon the stream valley definition to include proximate significant natural, cultural and recreational resources.). The City’s long-term policy of requesting that year-floodplain stream-valley land dedications (where applicable) accompany development projects also has added significantly to the City’s stock of acreage for passive recreation along the White Clay and Christina Creeks.

Proximity to a flood zone lowers property values. By law, a property is considered in a “flood zone” if any part of the structure falls within a floodplain, an area that is adjacent to a. Fairfax County, Virginia - The project includes restoration of 12, linear feet of Paul Spring Branch, its tributaries, stormwater outfalls and the floodplain within the stream valley between Mason Hill Drive, Sherwood Hall Road and Collingwood Road.

MEETINGS Bond Program Community Engagement Meetings 8, REGISTERED ATTENDEES 5,+ Bond program comments received. News & Events / View More Rss Feed.

08/10/ The Mayor's Message. Fargo Cass Public Health reminds the community of the importance of routine immunizations Read Story View Video. 08/12/   My property was on the market for $ before the 07 flood, now, with current conditions, My first year of REQUIRED flood insurance was under $2, and I just received a bill for next year for $9, for coverage of $, and $42, contents on a house that is basically empty.

Character of the Land Base and Acquisition History The Cold Stream Unit was acquired in Marchwith the primary goal of protecting wild native brook trout habitat and deer wintering habitat. The acquisition was accomplished with both Forest Legacy Program and Land for Maine’s Future (LMF) funds.

In the application for.

Download Valuation and acquisition of floodplain lands for stream valley parks PDF

———Floodplain Natural Resources and Functions——— floodplain, however, slows the surface runoff, causing it to drop most of its sediment load on the floodplain. Vegetation also f ilters incoming floodwaters.

Much of the sediment originating on the land drops out, as well as some of that scoured from the channel bank and bed. value on the City’s parks and open space in enhancing the attractiveness of neighborhoods, and the The City's long-term policy of requesting one hundred year floodplain stream valley land dedications (where applicable) to accompany development projects also has added significantly to These land acquisitions added to the City's.

Floodway: stream or river channel and the adjacent area must be reserved in order to pass the base flood (1% annual chance flood) flow without increasing flood depths. The floodway is the most dangerous part of the floodplain. It is associated with moving water.

Flood Fringe: portion of the floodplain that is outside the floodway. It is. Source — Report on Recreation Standards, ; Detroit Metropolitan Area Regional Planning Commission. In addition to the 10 acres of recreation per 1, of the population of the municipality, there should be, for each 1, people in the region, 10 acres of park land in stream valley parks and parkways, large scenic parks and forest preserves under municipal, county.

presence of “wooded vacant developable land” in parks. Preservation of woodlands is also noted as an This parcel is adjacent to the Rock Creek Stream Valley Park Unit 2 and is only 4, feet distant from the Project.

forested property largely encumbered by environmental buffer including floodplain and stream valley. VALLEY STREAM, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — Confusion reigns on Long Island in the Village of Valley Stream after the Federal Emergency Management Agency agreed to drop 1, homes from its new flood maps.

y‐Land Use Studyy with brief descripption of Bolin Creek Basin y‐Community Facilities and Land DlDevelopment Plan: “C b“Carrboro shldhould addopt a policy of stream valley open space preservation and acquisition.”. The Big Sur Land Trust is a private (c)(3) non-profit located in Monterey, California that has played an instrumental role in preserving land in California's Big Sur and Central Coast regions.

The trust was the first to conceive of and use the "conservation buyer" method in by partnering with government and developers to offer tax benefits as an inducement to sell land.

The western part of the wetland was historically dammed for cranberry production. Portions of the dam are still visible at the site. The Class 1 wetland supports open water, scrub-shrub and forest vegetation, supporting a wide variety of bird species.

The western half of the site also includes upland forests on slopes above the stream valley. Land acquisition is an important component of turning the multitude of recommendations in this document and other adopted County plans into reality. The following methodology has been developed to give the County Manager clear guidance as to when a land acquisition opportunity should be presented to the Board for its consideration for acquisition.

We have a flood plain across a big chunk of our land, the entire front area has been under 2 feet of rushing water a few times. Personally I would tend to avoid disturbing a flood plain, though if it just burbles up and doesn't rush you might be able to plant some trees and things between floods.

You just want to make sure not to disturb large areas of groundcover. The Montgomery Parks Department of the Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission (M-NCPPC) and the Montgomery County Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) have agreed that M-NCPPC will serve as the lead agency for implementing stream restoration projects including long term monitoring and maintenance, that are located wholly or.

Floodplain, also called Alluvial Plain, flat land area adjacent to a stream, composed of unconsolidated sedimentary deposits (alluvium) and subject to periodic inundation by the stream. Floodplains are produced by lateral movement of a stream and by overbank deposition; therefore they are absent where downcutting is erosional widening of one bank is.

Located adjacent to a acre flood control lake, visitors can enjoy outdoor opportunities including mountain biking, fishing, boating, picnicking, hiking and nature study. Learn more. Plan Book for Formula An aggressive and strategic acquisition and preservation plan is essential to maintaining important natural lands to connect the stream valley.

stream corridors are public parks. Inthe county began adding to this system with a year, $ million initiative to complete a county-wide network of open space composed of protected farmland, stream valley parks, ecological reserves, trail corridors, and green space preserves.

Description Valuation and acquisition of floodplain lands for stream valley parks PDF

KEY POINT #2: Cities can use parks to help preserve. A total of 15 field sites were selected to include 9 study sites in the Appalachian Plateau and 6 sites spread equally among Coastal Plain, Piedmont, and Valley & Ridge physiographic provinces.

Field data collection employed dendrogeomorphic techniques to estimate rates of stream bank erosion and floodplain sediment deposition at each site. the flat land immediately surrounding a stream channel and innundated at times of high flow.

deposition of overbank suspended sediment or deposition of bedload as the channel migrates across its valley. by debris-laden floodwater. they form when debris-laden floodwater overflows the channel and slows as it moves onto the floodplain.

Said 'F' Flood Zone as shown on the zoning map is intended to comprise all land covered by rivers, creeks and other streams, and land subject to overflow; land and water lying outside of the top (stream side) of any levee and land mainly covered by gravel left from gold dredging or other mining operations.

preserving a natural stream valley, and usually providing, either through the area, or on the or by public acquisition of land or flood plain regulations.” Another stated goal was the construction of trails within specific allow for the protection of these corridors for their scenic value, for flood control, and for other.Title: Slide 1 Author: HAZARDCENTER Created Date: 10/5/ PM.A.

Dedication of land to the Council for City parks and recreation programs. B. Making an equivalent monetary contribution based upon an acreage value of the land requirement. C. Dedication of land or facilities to an automatic homeowners' that stream valley, floodplain and undevelopable land, when located.