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Flood Zone Information
Click the following link to access the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s (FEMA’s) Map Service Center (Note: perform a “Product Search by” using the Map Panel ID found on the North Royalton MAP INDEX page):
From this link, you can access any of FEMA’s Map Panels (Flood Insurance Rate Maps, aka FIRMs
) to determine if a property is located within a FEMA recognized flood zone.
Feel free to contact the City of North Royalton Engineering Department at (440) 582-3001 should you have any questions.
Upcoming Road Construction Information:
Beginning the week of June 17, 2019 - Akins Road between Ridge Road and State Road
is scheduled for pavement planing and asphalt paving.
Beginning July 1, 2019 - Abbey Road will be closed
for 30-40 consecutive days from Royalton Road to just south of the Ohio Turnpike Bridge.
Storm Water Management Facility Maintenance Assistance Program
This program is intended for property owners and home owners associations that have been issued a “Long-Term Operation & Maintenance Report” from Cuyahoga Soil & Water Conservation District outlining maintenance items that require correction for their respective storm water management facilities. Specific details regarding the program can be found by clicking the link below:
Click on the link below to access the application to be filled out and returned to the Engineering Department:
SWM Facility Maintenance Assistance Program Application
Please direct all questions regarding this program to the City Engineer at email@example.com
or (440) 582-3001.
Rocky River Watershed Stakeholders
The latest edition of The Flow is now available to view or download at www.MyRockyRiver.org
In this issue:
- Stopping Sediment at its Source in the Rocky River Watershed project to focus on Baldwin Creek, Mallet Creek and Plum Creek subwatersheds
- Plum Creek and Upper East Branch Protection and Restoration Planning
- Headwater Streets Residential Rebate Program Expands to include entire Abram Creek and Baldwin Creek Subwatersheds
- Rocky River Watershed Council Receives NEORSD Grant
- Volunteers Stabilize Eroding Streambank on Johnson’s Creek
- And more!
The Rocky River Watershed Council is now on Facebook! “Like”
our page to make sure you get all the latest Rocky River Watershed news and events. Find us by navigating to www.facebook.com/RockyRiverWatershed
or by performing a Facebook search for Rocky River Watershed Council.