Flood Control District

Working to protect Maricopa County citizens from the risk of injury and property damage due to flooding.

The Flood Control District parking lot at the Durango Campus is under construction. Parking may be limited during this time, but you can still do business online. If you need to visit in person, we encourage you to contact us before visiting the building.

  • For Permits: Visit our permits page
  • For Floodplain Inquiries: Visit our floodplain page Or contact 602-506-2419
  • For any other questions: Contact 602-506-1501

COMMON REQUESTS


FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT RESOURCES

  1. Landscape Architecture


    WATER AS A RESOURCE

    Learn more about how the District views water as a resource.

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  1. Lets talk


    LET's Talk

    We want to talk. Get connected with us.

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  1. floodplain


    AM I IN A FLOODPLAIN?

    Find out if your home or business is in a FEMA-designated 100-year floodplain.

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The Flood Control District was formed 60 years ago to address flooding throughout the county. Even though we live in a desert, floods occur because of its unique characteristics - especially during summer Monsoon and winter rainstorms. To keep Maricopa County flood safe, the District relies on a diverse group of professionals to keep pace with development in one of the fastest growing counties in the United States. We have historically focused on building and maintaining dams, basins and channels, but we also embrace new tools and education strategies to accomplish our mission. The Flood Control District is always looking for people who are passionate about protecting our neighborhoods, businesses and families from floods.

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