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Refer to the resources below to learn more about the Salt Creek Levee and risk communication for the project.

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News/Updates

 “Worst Flooding in Years Isn’t Most Destructive”

5/11/2015

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Salt Creek Levee Open House Fact Sheets

3/24/16

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Salt Creek Levee Open House Display Boards

3/24/16

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1011 News: “NRD Planning Updates for Salt Creek Levee”

3/24/16

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KLKNTV: “Property Owners Heard at Salt Creek Levee Plan Open House”

3/24/16

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Know your NRD

Spring 2016 NRD Newsletter

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Budget Maintains Protection

Fall 2015 NRD Newsletter

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Levee Work; Staying Flood Ready

Summer 2015 NRD Newsletter

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NRD Monitoring Salt Creek Levee

5/7/2015

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NRD Developing Levee Plan

3/16/2015 

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Levee Planning Starts with Flyovers

3/24/2015

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Levee gets Makeover, Saves Millions

Summer 2014 NRD Newsletter

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Learning to Protect

Fall 2014 NRD Newsletter

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FEMA and Flood Insurance

Flood Hazard Mapping

Learn about the importance of the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP), as it is the basis of the NFIP regulations and flood insurance requirements.

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The National Flood Insurance Program (Overview)

Learn more about the National Flood Insurance Program.

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Risk Resources

Flood Cost Estimator

The flood cost estimator explains the various costs associated with flooding damage. It also contains a levee simulator to help users understand how levees function.

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Flood Risk Scenarios

This interactive website introduces the principles of levee design and function.

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Defining Flood Risk

Flooding can happen anywhere, but certain areas are especially prone to serious flooding.

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Levee Resources

“So You Live Behind a Levee”

Informational Brochure

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Levee Simulator

This simulator explains how levees work and basic design principles.

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USACE Levee Database

View an interactive map illustrating known levee data nationwide. Find out if you live or work near an area protected by a levee.

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Additional Resources

Salt Creek Gage at 27th Street (north of Cornhusker Hwy)
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Salt Creek Gage at Pioneers Boulevard
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Lancaster County Gage Forecasts 
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USACE Omaha District
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Salt Creek Levee History
The Salt Creek Levees play a pivotal part in reducing the risk of flooding for residents and businesses in Lincoln, Ne.

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Projects
Keep up to date with the latest news and updates on the progress of projects involving the Salt Creek Reduction Levees.

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People
Learn more about the team working to bring the Salt Creek Reduction Levees to meet the updated USACE levee standards.

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