Creating a Flood Ready Community
Friday, May 11, 2018, Paradee Training Center, Dover, Del.
9 a.m. - 1 p.m.
University of Delaware Paradee Center
69 Transportation Circle
Dover, DE 19901
$50 Registration Fee
This popular course, hosted by the University of Delaware Insitute for Public Administration, returns for its fourth year to review the multiple sources of flood risks to Delaware communities that can be addressed and mitigated through planning, codes, and ordinances. The course will cover floodplain requirements for muicipalities and tools for adapting to flood risk. Sources of funding and technical assistance will also be presented.
• Identifying Community Flood Risks
• Assessing Vulnerability to Flooding
• Strategies for Reducing Flood Vulnerability
• Funding and Technical Assistance
This session qualifies for certificate credit in the Academy for Excellence in Local Government Leadership, and the Delaware Planning Education Program, APA AICP Continuing Education Credits, and ASFM Continuing Education Credits.
A limited number of registration fee waivers are available for municipal officials and community leaders, based on financial need. Fees will be covered by the Delaware Coastal Training Program. To request a fee waiver, please email Kelly Valencik, Coastal Training Program Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org. All other registrations for this event must be submitted through IPA’s online event-registration system.