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2013 King County Flood Hazard Management Plan Update

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2013 King County Flood Hazard Management Plan Update and Progress Report (4MB, PDF)

About
The 2013 King County Flood Hazard Management Plan Update and Progress Report (Flood Plan) was adopted by the King County Council with the passage of Ordinance No. 2013-0419 in November 2013.

By adopting this ordinance, King County remains in compliance with the planning requirements of the Community Rating System and preserves the flood insurance discount (up to 40 percent) available to residents of unincorporated King County. 

The 2013 Flood Plan is a companion document to the 2006 King County Flood Hazard Management Plan, updating technical information and summarizing accomplishments since 2007. 

Library Distribution
Beginning in January 2014, hard copies of the 2013 Flood Plan will be available at the following King County libraries:

  • Auburn Library
  • Bellevue Regional Library
  • Bothell Regional Library
  • Carnation Library
  • Duvall Library
  • Fairwood Library
  • Fall City Library
  • Issaquah Library
  • Kent Regional Library
  • Maple Valley Library
  • Muckleshoot Library
  • North Bend Library
  • Redmond Regional Library
  • Skykomish Library
  • Snoqualmie Library
  • Tukwila Library
About the 2013 King County Flood Hazard Management Plan Update

Public involvement


Citizens committee


Issue papers

    For questions about the King County Flood Hazard Management Plan Update, please email wlr-rivers@kingcounty.gov.