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Indianapolis North Flood Damage Reduction Project

(20 July 2016) Historic Properties Report (21 MB)

Consulting parties comment form: If you wish to be formally designated as a consulting party for this project, you are requested to complete this form and return it to the address on the form by July 29, 2016

2016 -- Please visit the City of Indianapolis Department of Public Works Indianapolis North Levee web site for more information.

2015 -- Contracts are awarded and work for mitigation on the project continues.

Summer, 2014 -- The Army Corps of Engineersissued a Record of Decision on the Indianapolis North Flood Damage Reduction Project. This Record of Decision completes the Corps process for compliance with the National Environmental Protection Act.

RECORD OF DECISION FOR INDIANAPOLIS NORTH FLOOD DAMAGE REDUCTION PROJECT

CANAL BORING PLAN SHEETS AND LOGS.pdf

The  Army Corps of Engineers Louisville District has released the conceptual cost estimates and the benefit to cost ratio (BCR) analysis to complete the Phase 3B Indianapolis North flood damage reduction project located in South Warfleigh. (This document is for information only and not part of the Final Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement  or comment period.)

Indianapolis North Conceptual Cost Estimates
Benefit to Cost Ratio (BCR) Introduction
56th Street BCR
Westfield Blvd. BCR
Rocky Ripple  BCR        

2013 -- The Final Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement (FSEIS) main document and files are located below. Appendix E, which includes comments and responses, is divided into seven parts because of the size of the files. 

Final Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement (FSEIS)  

Appendix E FSEIS Part 1 Comments
Appendix E FSEIS Part 2 Comments
Appendix E FSEIS Part 3 Comments
Appendix E FSEIS Part 4 Comments
Appendix E FSEIS Part 5 Comments
Appendix E FSEIS Part 6 Comments
Appendix E FSEIS Part 7 Comments

So you live behind a levee? (brochure by American Society of Civil Engineers)