Flooding caused by river course changes threatens critical infrastructure in Talkeetna including railroad bridges, public businesses, private residences, utilities, and historic properties.
The Army Corps of Engineers is studying this flooding, under Section 205 of the Flood Control Act of 1948, to find engineering solutions that reduces the flood risk to health and safety for the Talkeetna community and its infrastructure over a 50-year period of analysis.
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|Agreement Signed||July 2020|
|Scoping Meetings||Sep - Nov 2020|
|Initial Measures and Alternatives||Nov - Dec 2020|
|Model Results with Existing Data||February 2021|
|1st Public Participation Meeting||March 2021|
|Detail and Assess Alternatives||April - July 2021|
|Obtain new Survey and Data||July - Aug 2021|
|Relook at Model and Alternatives||Aug - October 2021|
|Review New Survey and Data||September 2021|
|2nd Public Participation Meeting||September 2021||n|
|I.D. Tentatively Selected Plan||Nov - Dec 2021|
|3rd Public Participation Meeting||December 2021|
|Corps’ Approval of “TSP”||January 2022|
|Draft Report for Review||Feb - Mar 2022|
|4th Public Participation Meeting||April 2022|
|Rewrite Report||April - June 2022|
|5th Public Participation Meeting||June 2022|
|Final Report Corps Approved||September 2022|