Welcome to the Fresno Metropolitan Flood Control District web site!
The Fresno Metropolitan Flood Control District provides flood control and urban storm water services in a 400-square mile watershed located between the Kings and San Joaquin Rivers. The District is home to roughly 650,000 people and includes both urban and agricultural land uses. The Fresno/Clovis urban area is served by a system of approximately 640 miles of pipeline and 154 stormwater retention basins. View map.
Governed by a seven-member board, the District provides:
- Flood control
- Urban drainage
- Groundwater Resource Management
- Recreation Opportunities and Open Space
To learn more about the District's programs and activities, click to view Board of Directors meeting agendas and staff reports, as well issues of the agency newsletter Flood Line.