Floodplain Stakeholder Meeting Resources

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Virtual Meeting Recording Meeting Resources Flood Mitigation

We hosted a series of meetings with residents and stakeholders to discuss floodplain management. See recordings, agendas, minutes, and other resources from each meeting. 

Virtual Meeting Recording

The virtual meeting held in 2020 discussed ways residents can stay safe in the floodplain and what we're doing to protect communities in the floodplain with proposed regulation changes. Watch a recording of the meeting below.

Virtual Floodplain Meeting - December 8, 2020

Flood Mitigation

Properties purchased and returned to green space to reduce flooding impacts
(Since 2018)

Learn more about the Flood Hazard Mitigation Program

Address Cost Funding
3112 Comstock Road (Northshore Lake) $200,000 City of Raleigh
1827 Capital Boulevard Bowling Alley $1.1 Million City of Raleigh
Woodlea Drive Single Family Homes $510,000 FEMA/North Carolina
Grove Park Apartments $1.8 Million FEMA/City of Raleigh
1817 Capital Boulevard (Milner Inn) $1.5 Million FEMA/North Carolina
1625 Capital Boulevard (Capital Inn) $1.4 Million FEMA/North Carolina
1801 Capital Boulevard (Dunkin Donuts) $320,000 City of Raleigh 
8 Single Family Homes $2.1 Million FEMA/North Carolina
Total  $8.93 Million ($2.07 Million City of Raleigh funding)  



Raleigh Floodplain Team

Engineering Services
Service Categories:
Board, Commission or Committee:
Stormwater Management Advisory Commission
Related Services:
Know Your Flood Risks