A dose of heavy rain February 12, 2019 Landscapes were not normal today. This is the usual view of Glencoe Swale from our home this
Foundations for LOMR Floodplain boundary problems were first noticed shortly after November 2016 when the City of Hillsboro adopted a new Flood Insurance Rate Map
An estimated FEMA Review Time Frame was presented at the Open House hosted by the City of Hillsboro last February. The first task on the time frame was
The City of Hillsboro listened and heard the concerns voiced by Friends of Glencoe Swale about adverse affects caused by the 2016 Flood Insurance Rate Map (FIRM).
The following is a summary of key points:: Glencoe Swale Hydrologic and Hydraulic Analysis (aka Glencoe Swale Culvert Study) LOMR application Culvert project approval Public
Updates of September 25, 2017 Glencoe Swale Culvert Study/ LOMR Public Meeting The scope and fee process is complete for Otak to proceed with: LOMR