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Flood Control District of Maricopa County (Distrito) fue creado en 1959 para reducir el riesgo de inundaciones y el impacto ocasionado por estas hacia personas y propiedades.

Misión

Nuestra misión es reducir el riesgo de inundaciones para así minimizar tanto la pérdida de vidas como los daños a propiedades, a su vez, fomenta el desarrollo económico de una manera segura y responsable y reconoce que las aguas pluviales son un recurso que beneficia a la comunidad y al medio ambiente a largo plazo.

Visión 

Somos un socio comunitario que trabaja tanto con los ciudadanos como con los accionistas para reducir el riesgo de inundaciones. Logramos esto gracias a nuestro exepcional servicio al cliente, avanzado conocimiento técnico, toma de acciones fiscalmente responsables y proyectos de uso múltiple.

Leadership

Agency Director 

Michael Fulton007_L croppedArizona native Michael Fulton assumed the role of FCD Director on April 16, 2018. Fulton holds a Bachelor of Science in Forest-Watershed Management from the University of Arizona. For three years, he served as Deputy Director of Maricopa County Air Quality Department overseeing general department operations, Air Monitoring, Trip Reduction and Inter-Governmental Relations programs. Prior to his County service, Fulton devoted over 27 years to a variety of roles at State of Arizona Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ) and, most recently, as Water Quality Division Director. Prior ADEQ assignments included Tank Programs Division Director and Waste Programs Division Deputy Director.


Chief Engineer & General Manager

Scott VogelScott Vogel serves as Chief Engineer and General Manager while maintaining his current role as FCD Engineering Division Manager. He is a registered, professional civil engineer who has been developing comprehensive solutions to drainage problems for regional flood control agencies for over 29 years. Vogel has experience as an FCD project manager and was a flood control design engineer in Orange County, California. Vogel enjoys the challenge of leading teams in the implementation of solutions, including infrastructure that balances the needs of flood protection, the environment, public multi-use and safety. As a recreation enthusiast, Vogel identifies first-hand with the needs of the public who uses amenities created by these facilities.


Board of Directors

The Flood Control District is governed by a five-member Board of Directors that also serves as the Board of Supervisors for Maricopa County. The Board of Directors exercises all the powers and duties in the acquisition and operation of District properties, contracting, and regulatory functions as ordinarily exercised by governing bodies.


FCD Organizational Chart

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Annual Reports

View the District's annual reports dating back to 2001.

Flood Control Advisory Board

The Flood Control Advisory Board (FCAB) acts in an advisory role to the Board of Directors on flood control, floodplain management, drainage and related matters. The FCAB reviews planning, operations and maintenance of flood control facilities, and recommends an annual budget, which includes a five-year Capital Improvement Program (CIP), to the Board of Directors. The FCAB members also serve the District as members of the Floodplain Review Board and the Drainage Review Board.

Read more about the FCAB. View past meeting minutes and presentations.

Annual Reports

Reseña informativa acerca de Flood Control District (PDF) (Versión en inglés)