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The ’Clarence Floodplain Project’ was established in 1997
For information on flood level heights and depths at general locations please refer to The Lower Clarence River Flood Study Review
Link to Council’s On-line mapping
Council’s flood mitigation assets are valued at a replacement cost of over two hundred million dollars
Works carried out by Floodplain Services
Council has embarked upon a major planning process for floodplain management
Historical flood information for the Clarence Valley including flood levels and flows
To prepare the community for disasters this committee is responsible for an all agencies comprehensive approach to emergency planning in the Clarence Valley LGA.
Photo gallery for flood and waterways
These images are provided to enhance the community’s preparedness for disaster events.
The NSW Floodplain Development Manual states that Council are required to establish a Floodplain Risk Management Committee (FPRMC).
This section provides information regarding Bluff Bridge Monitoring Station