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Flood Protection Resources

With these tools, learn how determine your flood risk and prepare for emergencies to protect your family and home.

Protect Your Family
Protect Your
Family

Flood Insurance
 Flood
Insurance

Is your home in a flood zone
Is Your Home
in a Flood Zone?

Sandbags
Sandbags


2017 Coyote Creek
Flood info


Stream Maintenance Program


SCVWD
Map-Based
Flood Watch Tool 

(Maps best viewed in Chrome, Firefox, Safari
or IE 11)

Flood Safety Tips
Flood
Safety Tips

Storm Monitoring
Monitor
Stream, Reservoir, Rainfall Levels

Sign Up For Alerts
Sign Up for
Alerts

Report Problems
Report Creek
Blockages and
Local Flooding


STAY INFORMED DURING STORMS & EMERGENCIES

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As the flood protection authority for the county, the Santa Clara Valley Water District takes flood protection seriously. Every year before winter, the water district prepares our waterways to help carry floodwaters safely. Our crews are hard at work removing vegetation and sediment to improve the flow of water. During the rainy season, our crews go out during and after storms to clear creeks that we manage of debris and fallen trees that can cause blockage and result in flooding. We go the extra mile to help keep residents flood safe.

You too can take precautions to keep your family, property and business flood-safe. You don’t need to share a fence with a creek to experience a flood. Many residents are unknowingly exposed to flood risks from storms, backed-up storm drains, and run-off from overtopping creeks. The first step toward being safe from floods is knowing your risk.

QUESTIONS? Call the district at (408) 265-2600 or email us at floodready@valleywater.org.