Championing a regional approach to flood risk management

Upcoming Events

NWC’s Annual Meeting

September 22-24, 2021

NWC is moving forward with their 2021 Annual Meeting on September 22-24, 2021 in Baltimore (Inner Harbor), Maryland. We are excited to plan for this meeting face-to-face.

REGISTRATION

Register Now to Join NAFSMA in Nashville

August 16-19, 2021

Conference Flyer (PDF)

Online registration is now open for the National Association of Flood and Stormwater Management Agencies 2021 Flood and Stormwater Management Conference. NASFMA will be meeting this year in in person at the wonderful Omni Nashville Hotel on Monday, August 16 thru 19th. Virtual registration is also available and continuing education credits will be provided to participants. For conference details and to register for this event, click here.

TWCA 2021 Summer Conference

June 8-9, 2021

For conference details and to register for this event, click here.

Levees and Fort Bend County

The sustainability of Fort Bend County (FBC) is intertwined with its levees. Over $20 billion in property investment and approximately 150,000 residents are protected by nearly 100 miles of levees. These levees are entirely locally constructed without any Federal funding. Each levee is operated and maintained under the oversight of a Levee Improvement District (LID). Each of the nearly 20 LIDs in FBC is run by its own set of directors. The County, the cities and the LIDs share the common goal of protecting their residents from flooding. The Fort Bend Flood Management Association serves as a forum where all stakeholders can collaborate towards this common regional purpose.