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Ken Eke
(909) 387-8120
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Flood Control Planning Division is mainly responsible for long range advance planning and for coordinating flood control project development and funding with other agencies.

Long range Planning includes, planning investigations and project studies; preparing annual capital improvement reports, special reports and studies; preparing and/or reviewing Master Plans of Drainage; documenting flooding events and damages; and preparing and updating District?s maps, exhibits, and displays.

The Division conducts meetings with City Engineers for the respective flood zones. The meetings are designed to familiarize the City Engineers with flood control projects in planning, development and construction phases. District budget studies are also discussed.

The Division is responsible for maintaining the Department?s organizational chart, as well as, graphic displays and reports for use by the Department staff in presentations, public hearings, Board of Supervisors? meetings, etc.

The Federal Projects Section of the Division is responsible for coordinating the development of federally sponsored flood control projects with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Some of the federally sponsored projects in our County include the construction of Seven Oaks Dam and San Timoteo Creek.

The Division coordinates Water Spreading Activities with local water agencies that use District facilities to recharge underground aquifers.

Requests for information are available by calling our office at (909) 387-8120.

To obtain a permit to connect to or work in Flood Control facilities contact the Flood Control Permits/Operations Support Division at (909) 387-7995. See related web pages on this site.

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Project 3-5 area Upper Etiwanda Creek and San Sevaine Creek area

THE HYDROLOGY DATA HEREIN IS TO PROVIDE THE PUBLIC WITH CURRENT AND HISTORICAL DATA THROUGHOUT SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY. The data available on this website, including all measurements, maps, tables, measuring dates, and locations, (hereinafter collectively referred to as the INFORMATION), is provided on an As Is, As Available, and With All Faults basis. The San Bernardino County Flood Control District, The County of San Bernardino, its Department of Public Works, its officials and employees, hereinafter refer to as "County" makes no warranty of any kind for this INFORMATION, expressed or implied, including but not limited to any warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose, nor shall the distribution of this INFORMATION constitute any warranty. The data and INFORMATION contained on this website is subject to change without notice. INFORMATION on this site is not intended to constitute advice nor is to be used as a substitute for specific advice from a licensed professional. You should not act (or refrain from acting) based upon INFORMATION on this site without independently verifying the original source of the INFORMATION and, as necessary, obtaining professional advice regarding your particular facts and circumstances.

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For Information Please Contact:

Kenneth C. Eke, P.E. - Chief
(909) 387- 8120
Business Hours:
Monday - Friday
8 AM - 5 PM

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