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Public Information Centre: Consecon Lake Floodplain Mapping

February 12 @ 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm

Quinte Conservation is updating the floodplain maps along Consecon Lake to reflect changes in the watershed over the past four decades.

Quinte Conservation will use current land use and climate data as well as improved technology to update the 1981 mapping.

Quinte Conservation strives to protect people and property from flooding through its flood forecasting and warning program and Section 28 of the Conservation Authorities Act. Floodplain mapping is an asset for both of these programs, as well as municipal planning and flood emergency response.

Updates to floodplain mapping can result in:

  • A reduction in effort, cost and time for development application review in flood prone areas without accurate mapping.
  • A reduction in studies a proponent is required to undertake before development.
  • Increased accuracy of regulatory flood lines.
  • Increased accuracy of flood lines for different flood events, which can be used to identify flood prone properties and municipal infrastructure for notification, inspection and/or evacuation during a flood.
  • Models that can be used for other studies.
  • Data that can be used to support municipal road and sewer improvement projects, natural heritage mapping for municipal plans and more.

Click here to view event details. If you would like to share your questions ahead of the event, please email csinclair@quinteconservation.ca.

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Consecon United Church
224 Mill Street
Consecon, Ontario Canada
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