Flood Control COVID-19 Impact Information

Riverside County Flood Control will be closing its offices to the public, effective Wednesday, March 18th, 2020 until further notice. We are joining other government agencies in closing their facilities in an effort to protect the public and slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus.

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Please utilize this website as much as possible and/or call us at 951-955-1200 if you have any questions or need to speak to District staff. Thank you.

If this is an Emergency Dial 911. To report non-emergency flooding during business hours: 951.955.1200, After Hours: 951.955.1230 Flood Control COVID-19 Impact Information

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Design and Construction

     The engineering design of all projects constructed by the District is performed by, or under the direct supervision of, one of the District's design teams. They are responsible for coordinating all activities involved in moving projects forward from the conceptual planning phase to the actual start of construction. The Contract Administration Section administers all District construction contracts and inspects the construction of all flood control projects to be accepted for operation and maintenance by the District. For information about projects under design, construction projects currently being advertised or to order copies of our standard drawings (design manual) please call the District's front desk at (951) 955-1200. Also, check the Project Bid page for projects currently advertised for bids.

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Public Notices Public Budget Hearings / Work SessionsCEQA/Section 18

RFP-159 - Electronic Submission (Deadline is 3/24/2020 at 1:30pm)

Request for Proposals/Qualifications – Mockingbird Canyon Restoration

Updated Memorandum of Understanding between the District and the Transportation Department - Effective March 2, 2020

Notice of Intent to Award - NPDES Assessment Programs (RFP 00158).

Notice of Intent to Award - Banning MDP Line H Stage 1.

Notice of Intent to Award - Palm Canyon Wash Stage 94 (Emergency Sediment Excavation).

Notice of Intent to Award - Desert Hot Springs MDP Line E-5 Stage 1 project.

RCFC & WCD Standard Drawing Junction Structure (JS) series have been revised and updated as of July 2019. In addition, a new Box to Box Junction Structure (JS230) standard drawing has been added to the series.

Notice of Intent to Award - South Norco Channel Stage 6 Norco Lines S-1 and S-5 Stage 1 project.

Updated ADP Rules and Regulations (Open for review/comment until May 31st, 2019) - send comments to dldecham@rivco.org.

RCFC & WCD Drafting Manual has been revised and updated as of August 2018. All project drawings shall conform with the updated Drafting Manual as of August 1, 2018. A copy of the updated Drafting Manual can be found here.

RCFC & WCD Standard Drawing MH260 has been revised and updated as of September 2016.

RCFC & WCD Standard Drawing M815 has been revised and updated as of September 2017. As of October 1st, 2017, all projects shall comply with the new updated M815 drawing. Click on the LINK to view all the Standard Drawings.

2020 - APAP - Public Notice to Apply Aquatic HerbicidesEngineering Perspectives for a National Levee Safety Program - ASDSO Paper

The links below will display the Summary document. To view details, as well as, all other bids, please click on the link shown above.

Palm Canyon Wash Stage 94 (Emergency Sediment Excavation)

Banning MDP Line D-2 and Lateral D-2A

University Wash Channel Stage 3

Homeland MDP Line 1 Stage 1

Santa Ana Brine Line

Hemet MDP Line C Stage 4

Romoland MDP Line A Stage 4

Palm Springs Line 43 and Lateral 43A Stage 1

Temescal Creek - Foster Road Storm Drain Stage 1

Little Lake MDP Line B Stage 1 Stetson Ave Channel Stage 7 aka Hemet MDP Line D

West End Moreno MDP Line LL

Gilman Home Channel Lat A Gilman Stage 90

North Norco Channel Stage 10

Pyrite Channel Bypass Pyrite St SD Stage 1

Romoland MDP Line A Stage 3

San Jacinto Line C Stg 2 Lines C-4 C-5 B

Ortega Channel - Emergency Interim DB Stage 90

Arroyo Del Toro Channel Stage 1

HVAC and Boiler Units and EMS Replacement

Eagle Canyon Dam and Debris Basin

Alessandro Dam Sediment Removal

Mira Loma Beach Street SD Stage 1

San Jacinto River North Levee Repair

Lakeland Village - Orange Street Storm Drain Lateral Stage 1

Calimesa - Avenue L Storm Drain Stage 2

Day Creek Channel Stage 6 Phase 2

Cabazon Repairs and Montgomery Repairs

Homeland MDP Line 2 Stage 2

La Sierra Channel and Arlington Channel Repairs

Palm Canyon Wash/Arenas Levee Restoration, Stage 92

Corona Drains East Ontario Stg 1 and 2 Line 1G Stg 2

Murrieta Line F Channel

Pedley Hills Bolero Drive Storm Drain, Stage 1

L.I.D. Testing & Demo Facility, Parking Lot

Norco MDP Line NA-3 and North Norco Channel Linw N-1 Stage 2

Message From The General Manager-Chief Engineer

Water Conservation Resources

Jason E. Uhley Welcome to the Riverside County Flood Control and Water Conservation District website. Here you will find information regarding how to access our public services, conduct business with the District, facilitate inter-agency coordination and generally learn about how we manage stormwater in service of building safe, livable and sustainable communities. You can also learn a little bit about our history and our projects that effectively manage flood hazards, capture and recharge local stormwater to enhance local water supplies, and to build projects and programs to protect the health of our lakes, rivers and streams. I am also very proud of our staff and their commitment to excellence, integrity, outstanding public service, accountability and open communication. We look forward to demonstrating this commitment to our customers through all our interactions, be it digital or face-to-face.

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Jason E. Uhley