Ashley Valley Flood Control Meeting Tonight

A public meeting scheduled for tonight will explore the planning of future Ashley Valley Flood Control projects. According to Sunrise Engineering, the planning process currently happening “seeks to obtain input from residents of Uintah County who live inside Ashley Valley but outside Vernal City and Naples City.” Tonight’s meeting will include a review of the 2008 Ashley Valley Storm Water Master Plan and what that means for current planning efforts. Sunrise Engineer has also “collected data of where it floods, how much and when,” explains Commissioner Bill Stringer. The County has been exploring ways to mitigate flood risks in the Ashley Valley in recent years and was awarded $8.7 million dollars in grant funding along with a $2.1 million dollar zero percent interest loan for the project through the Community Impact Board earlier this year. The public flood control meeting will be held on tonight, November 29th, at the Western Park from 6-8pm.

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