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    Dec 08, 2022 - City of Tucson and Regional Flood Control District GSI/LID Details and Site Guidance 
    Jul 07, 2022 - District staff teamed up with Natural Resources, Parks and Recreation (NRPR) employees to tackle damage. 
    Flood insurance 
    May 13, 2022 - Meetings set to help residents understand how policies will be affected 
    Apr 27, 2022 - FEMA Elevation Certificate Training, July 15, 2022 
    Suzanne Shields and Eric Shepp 
    Mar 23, 2022 - Could result in lower flood insurance premiums for many residents.  
    Dye tracing Santa Cruz River 
    Mar 08, 2022 - Dye injection is being done by the USGS in coordination with University of Arizona researchers 
    Feb 10, 2022 - The Regional Flood Control District has begun removing sediment from the river at Camino de la Tierra. Sediment removal is needed in this location to provide more room in the channel for floods. More than 90,000 cubic yards of material will be removed for this project. 
    Salt Cedar Tree removal 
    Feb 09, 2022 - Pima County Regional Flood Control District and Tucson’s Northwest Fire District are partnering with Tucson Audubon Society to prevent fires and restore native Sonoran Desert habitat.  
    Flood Control Logo 
    Jan 18, 2022 - Customer Service Hours Changes, Effective February 1