Statewide Flood Control Program - Application / Pre-Application

 Pre-Application

Pre-Applications are due by may 1 of each year. A pre-application and resolution may be submitted any time between April 1 and up to 4:00 PM on May 1. An original and four copies of the pre-application and certified copy of the resolution are to be sent to the following:
Louisiana Department of Transportation & Development
Statewide Flood Control Program
1201 Capitol Access Road
Section 64, Room N-518
Baton Rouge, LA
70802
If an engineering study has not been completed prior to the submission of the pre-application, only Items 1-6, 8, and 9 of the pre-application need to be completed. 

 

  
  
  
  
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Pre-App_Resolution.docPre-App_Resolution1/13/2014 3:28 PM34 KB
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Rules and Regulations (Guidelines and Procedures).pdfRules and Regulations (Guidelines and Procedures)6/5/2017 3:47 PM808 KB
Statewide Flood Control Program Fact Sheet.pdfStatewide Flood Control Program Fact Sheet8/18/2017 9:00 AM22 KB

 

Applications:

Applications are due by October 1 of each year. A pre-application and a letter from the Department advising the sponsor to proceed in development of an application must have been obtained. Applications generally require field work and numerous calculations; therefore, they are expensive to prepare properly. If upon submitting a pre-application for a given flood problem, the Evaluation Committee determines the Statewide Flood Control program is not the appropriate source of funding, then the sponsor will be so advised in order to minimize expenses to the sponsor.
Applications can be submitted up to four years after the submittal of the pre-application.
The preparation of the application, which is really a comprehensive engineering study investigating alternatives and impacts associated with various solutions, does require professional assistance.
The requirements in the preparation of an application to solve an existing flood problem are discussed in the "Guidelines and Procedures for the Statewide Flood Control Program". Copies may be obtained upon request.