As we recover from the Flood of 2008, the City of Cedar Rapids will issue many updates and reports. Those updates and reports will be added to this web page periodically. Please check back often.
|Other Social Effects & Regional Economic Development Impacts Reports
||The City prepared these reports to be included with the US Army Corps of Engineers' Cedar River Feasibility Study to prove the need for a flood management system on both sides of the river in Cedar Rapids. |
|Parks & Recreation Master Plan
||This is the City's plan for a high-quality Parks & Recreation System to improve residents' quality of life, health, property values, as well as our ability to attract residents, businesses, tourists and investors, and reduce environmental impacts.|
|US Army Corps of Engineers' Cedar River Feasibility Study
The US Army Corps of Engineers conducted a feasibility study of the Cedar River in Cedar Rapids . The purpose of the study is to determine if a federal project to build permanent floodwalls can be recommended as economically feasible and environmentally acceptable. More information here.
|Neighborhood Planning Process Executive Summary
||Read a summary of this community-wide planning process for the 10 flood-damaged neighborhoods.|
|Cedar Rapids Preferred Flood Management Strategy Map
||The City of Cedar Rapids’ Preferred Flood Management System provides protection to both sides of the river and consists of approximately 220 acres of greenway, 4.11 miles of levees, and 3.25 miles of floodwalls.|
|River Corridor Redevelopment Plan (Flood Management Strategy & Framework for Reinvestment)
Thousands of citizens participated in three open houses to create a permanent flood management system. The plan was submitted to the US Army Corps of Engineers in November 2008.
|Neighborhood Planning Process
Thousands of citizens participated in this five month interactive process to create three Neighborhood Revitalization Plans for the flood-damaged neighborhoods in our city.
|Neighborhood Reinvestment Action Plans
Track the progress of 159 neighborhood action items here. These actions plans are a combination of public recommendations from the Neighborhood Planning Process and the City's community improvement projects scheduled for the 10 flood-affected neighborhoods along the Cedar River.