Homeowners Associations must designate authorized individuals to operate their internal drainage control structures. Contact information for these designated individuals must be updated annually to verify authorization and ensure delivery of operational instructions. Click here to download the authorized contact form.
Residential communities are responsible for the operation of internal water control structures. View guidelines on maintaining and operating your community’s drainage system.
District water managers are continually monitoring weather conditions and canal levels in order to maintain our drainage system and proactively respond to weather events. View rainfall radars and any current weather alerts here.
District staff are available to attend your community meetings to provide information on regional flood protection. Contact us to request a speaker.
Regional flood control is a shared responsibility and is achieved through an interconnected, three-tiered drainage system. Learn where your community fits in.
Residential communities play a key part in emergency preparation and response. Learn more about your role.
Community representatives are encouraged to attend our monthly governing board meetings. Find meeting dates and view agendas here.
Our board members are elected to represent constituents within our five sub-districts. Learn what sub-district your community is located in and meet your board representative.
View the District’s organizational structure and learn more about our management team.
Contact us with your questions or concerns.
Look up the email address or phone number for a staff member.
Register to receive news and information on District events, business opportunities or job openings.
Download District maps, fact sheets and educational materials.
Learn how your community can help protect our shared water resources through helpful water conservation hints.
The District’s GIS Mapping Portal provides data, maps, and applications that illustrate elements of our infrastructure and important boundaries.