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Flood Control and Water Conservation Agency

Supervisor David Rogers overlooking a high flowing waterway from a bridge.

The Madera County Flood Control and Water Conservation Agency (MCFCWCA) was founded by the State Legislature in 1969 to construct, operate, and plan flood control, water supply, drainage, and groundwater recharge projects. The MCFCWCA is a special district, with the Madera County Board of Supervisors serving as the Board of Directors of the MCFCWCA. The Madera County Department of Water and Natural Resources staffs the MCFCWCA. The Madera County Floodplain Management Regulations can be found in Chapter 14.60 of the Madera County Code of Ordinances.

FEMA Information

Truck on top of earthen levee.

Information for Homeowners and Renters

View or download your Flood Hazard map from FEMA’s Map Service Center

Flood Resources