SSJDD Feasibility Study – Request for Proposal released July 18, 2019

  • CVFPB seeks qualified firms to respond to the RFP for the preparation of a Report of Findings evaluating the feasibility of a Sacramento-San Joaquin Drainage District to provide funding for system-wide improvements and the operation and maintenance of associated flood control structures and levees within the State Plan of Flood Control.
  • The RFP can be downloaded here



In accordance with the Governor’s order, the Board will continue to host hybrid meetings and workshops. Locations and access information for future meetings will be posted on our homepage and updated as needed.

For public drop off of physical documents, including applications and fees, we can be contacted by phone or email as noted below to schedule a drop off.

  • With our new hybrid teleworking environment, most staff are only at our office location on Tuesdays each week. Administrative staff are available at the front desk Tuesdays and Thursdays from 8:30 am – 3:00 pm. Appointments are required to meet with staff or receive in-person assistance at the front desk.  If you are currently working with a staff member on an item, please continue to contact that staff member.  If you need general information, please contact the general mailbox at

  • We will be prioritizing permits based upon health and safety factors, including the availability of staff and partners, and application processing times may be extended during this period.  Please bear with us as we work through this new system.

  • Past recordings of Board meetings and workshops can be found on the CVFPB YouTube Channel

Jane Dolan
Board President

Nancy Moricz Receives APWA Award

Nancy Moricz Receives APWA Award

Nancy MoriczThe Central Valley Flood Protection Board (CVFPB) is proud to announce that Sr. Engineer Nancy Moricz has received the 2016 APWA (American Public Works Association, Sacramento) Professional Manager of the Year in Water Resources Award. … read more

Hamilton City Levee Project Groundbreaking

Hamilton CityMonday, May 2, 2016 – The Hamilton City Flood Damage Reduction and Ecosystem Restoration Project, a dual purpose project that has been in the works for several years, officially kicked off construction with a groundbreaking ceremony today. Along with Board Secretary Dolan, many federal, state and local officials who have also supported the project and helped make it happen were on hand for this historic event. … read more

Board Member Reappointments

Please join us in extending joyous congratulations to Central Valley Flood Protection Board Vice-President Emma Suarez, and Board Members Clyde Macdonald, Tim Ramirez and Joe Countryman on their reappointment by Governor Jerry Brown to serve another 4 years on the Board. … read more