Flood Risk Management Plans and Studies

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Flood Risk Management Plans and Studies

 

Overview

Council has developed Floodplain Risk Management Studies to investigate and recommend measures to either manage or reduce flooding problems within the catchment.

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Coffs Creek and Park Beach Flood Study and Park Beach Management Options

Council now has detailed flood information for the Coffs Creek catchment.

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Boambee Newports Creek

A Floodplain Risk Management Study for Boambee Newports Creek was undertaken and adopted by Council on 9 June 2016.

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Upper Orara

The Upper Orara Riveer Flood Study has been prepared for Coffs Harbour City Council to define the existing flood behaviour in the floodplain of the Upper Orara River and Bucca Bucca Creek.

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Woolgoolga

A Floodplain Risk Management Study and Plan for Woolgoolga was undertaken and adopted by Council on 25 Feburary 2016..

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