Changing the drainage topography by installing patio pavers, landscaping and/
or filling-in the swale areas can block or slow the flow of stormwater away from your home. Watch and learn about swales and how to keep them operating at peak performance at https://youtu.be/N-O_uKwuQ1g
The need to monitor flood control operations is a 24/7 responsibility. Sudden rain storms can produce heavy localized flooding that requires the opening of LWDD's water control structures. Read about our automated technology to facilitate this important job that has improved response time at
When you see LWDD staff working along the canal bank please keep a safe distance. Work-sites can be dangerous for both you and our staff. If you are curious, contact us at
email@example.com and we will be happy to let you know what we're doing and why.
Director of Operations and Maintenance, Tommy Strowd, P.E., addresses one of the more frequently asked questions about the District's Canal Rehabilitation Program. Watch and learn more at https://youtu.be/RMvsW50qcTQ