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Land Development Reviews

The District performs land development reviews to ensure compliance with the Uniform Regulations for the Control of Drainage and the District's Policies and Procedures Manual, both adopted pursuant to the state statutes. The entities are responsible for the review and approval of all drainage plans and studies within their boundaries. The entities must submit development proposals to the District for review if the development has regional flood control significance, meaning those facilities, land alterations, portions of the natural drainage system, and regulatory actions that impact the implementation of the Master Plan, or lie within Special Flood Hazard Areas. In accordance with the District's policies and procedures, staff will commence review once the entity approval is obtained for the pending studies.

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