Sacramento Area Flood Control Agency

PROPOSED CONSOLIDATED CAPITAL ASSESSMENT DISTRICT NO. 2  (CCAD2)

 

ballot results

OMBUDSMAN: Jay Davis • (916) 351-0600 • JDavis@Gualco.com

    

In 2007, SAFCA formed the existing Consolidated Capital Assessment District (CCAD) to fund the local cost share for projects to protect Sacramento from extreme floods.

Since then, however, new Federal and State flood protection standards have been adopted that require additional improvements not anticipated by the CCAD. These additional improvements would address underseepage, erosion and encroachment issues that Federal studies have shown to be the most likely cause of levee failures. Without these improvements, the U. S. Army Corps of Engineers (Corps) has determined that many levees in Sacramento do not meet the current design standards to provide at least a 100-year level of flood protection.

In order to fund the additional improvements, SAFCA is proposing to replace the existing CCAD with a new assessment district (CCAD 2) that will increase annual assessments on homeowners by an average of about $42. Assessment amounts will vary based on the flood risk reduction benefit received by each property in the district.  Property owners will have an opportunity to decide via a mail balloting process whether or not CCAD 2 should be formed.



Calculate Assessment link




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Q&A Link
Final Eng. Report link



ENGINEER'S REPORT
ON CONSOLIDATED
CAPITAL ASSESSMENT
DISTRICT NO 2
FINAL - JUNE 13, 2016

 

DRAFT ENGINEER'S REPORT
ON CONSOLIDATED
CAPITAL ASSESSMENT DISTRICT NO. 2

FSEIR Link




FINAL SUBSEQUENT PROGRAM ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT REPORT UPDATED LOCAL FUNDING MECHANISMS FOR SACRAMENTO AREA FLOOD CONTROL IMPROVEMENT


DRAFT ENVIRONMENTAL
UPDATED LOCAL FUNDING MECHANISMS FOR SACRAMENTO AREA FLOOD CONTROL IMPROVEMENTS

 

NEWSLETTERS & FACT SHEETS
 
OPEN HOUSE SCHEDULE - ALL TIMES ARE 5:00 to 7:00 PM

Newsletter No. 1 Link

FLOOD WATCH
NEWSLETTER NO. 1

A PUBLICATION OF THE
SACRAMENTO AREA FLOOD CONTROL AGENCY

FEBRUARY 2016


Newsletter No. 2 link

FLOOD WATCH
NEWSLETTER NO. 2

A PUBLICATION OF THE
SACRAMENTO AREA FLOOD CONTROL AGENCY

MARCH 2016


April Newsletter link

FLOOD WATCH
NEWSLETTER NO. 3

A PUBLICATION OF THE
SACRAMENTO AREA FLOOD CONTROL AGENCY

APRIL 2016


Fact Sheet No. 1 Link

FLOOD WATCH
FACT SHEET NO. 1

A PUBLICATION OF THE
SACRAMENTO AREA FLOOD CONTROL AGENCY

FEBRUARY 2016


Fact Sheet No. 2 Link

FLOOD WATCH
FACT SHEET NO. 2

A PUBLICATION OF THE
SACRAMENTO AREA FLOOD CONTROL AGENCY

MARCH 2016


 


 

 


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May 10, 2016
Evelyn Moore Community Center
1402 Dickson Street, Sacramento
May 10, 2016
Scottish Rite Masonic Center
6151 H Street, Sacramento
May 11, 2016
Joe Mims Jr. Community Center
3271 Marysville Boulevard, Sacramento
May 11,2016
George Sim Community Center
6207 Logan Street, Sacramento
May 12, 2016
South Natomas Community Center
2921 Truxel Road, Sacramento
May 12, 2016
Johnston Community Center
231 Eleanor Ave, Sacramento
May 16, 2016 Rancho Cordova City Hall 2729 Prospect Park Drive, Rancho Cordova
May 17, 2016
Clunie Community Center
601 Alhambra Boulevard, Sacramento
May 17, 2016
Heron School
5151 Banfield Drive, Sacramento
May 18, 2016
Elks Lodge #6
6446 Riverside Boulevard, Sacramento
May 18, 2016
Sammuel Pannell Community Center
2450 Meadowview Road, Sacramento
May 19, 2016
Sierra 2 Center
2791 24th Street, Sacramento
May 19, 2016
Sierra Oaks Elementary School
171 Mills Road, Sacramento


 

Sacramento Area Flood Control Agency (916) 874-7606 • info@safca.org
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