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The Iowa DNR is collaborating with the States of Nebraska, Kansas, and Missouri, along the Corps of Engineers' Kansas City and Omaha Offices on a project to identify problem areas for flooding and potential solutions to flooding along the lower Missouri River. This encompasses the Missouri River from the Gavin's Point Reservoir downstream to the confluence with the Mississippi River.
The study seeks to gain input from state partners and stakeholders to identify areas along the river in Iowa that are likely causing flooding problems (pinch points, flow restrictions, levee issues, etc.). The study will then develop a set of criteria that will be used to rank and prioritize areas. That prioritized list, the prioritized lists prepared by the other four states, as well as any other relevant background information and ideas for potential solutions, will be provided to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for further analysis.
For more information, contact Tim Hall, Iowa DNR’s Hydrology Resources Coordinator, at email@example.com.
The Iowa DNR has scheduled three stakeholder meetings as the next step in the Planning Assistance to the States (PAS) project to identify and prioritize problem areas along the Missouri River. Each of these meetings will be a Zoom meeting hosted by the DNR and will provide an opportunity for input and discussion by stakeholders. Stakeholders are encouraged to attend one or more of these meetings, but all will be following the same agenda and will be open to discussion of the entire length of the Missouri River in Iowa:
During these meetings participants will be asked to identify specific problem areas along the river that lead to flooding issues. These areas can include pinch points, flow restrictions, levee issues, etc. Participants will also be asked, if possible, to identify potential solutions to the problem areas, including positives and negatives for those solutions. During the final part in each of these meetings group discussion participants can provide input on how problem areas might be ranked and prioritized. Ultimately a prioritized list of areas from Iowa, along with prioritized lists prepared by the other three states, as well as any other relevant background information and ideas for potential solutions, will be provided to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for further analysis.
If you have never used Zoom before on your computer, please visit http://zoom.us/test to test the video and audio features of your system. If you will be using your mobile device, please download the zoom app to your phone and test your system also using the link above.
Upon entry into the zoom meeting all participant audio will be muted to start the meeting. At the start of the meeting a facilitator will provide you with instructions for turning on and off your audio and how to share comments and information through the chat feature.
During this meeting the discussion will break into three smaller groups, and after breaking into these groups, the meeting will no longer be able to accept new participants. Please plan to be in the Zoom meeting no later than 15 minutes after its scheduled start time.
Thursday, July 30, 2020, 6pm - 8pm
Join Zoom meeting:https://zoom.us/j/91412585648?pwd=bTRKa1FWa2xsNisvK2ZQV2s2T0c4dz09
Next meeting: October 24, 2018 Meeting Agenda, Conference Line Instructions, and Meeting Materials
Location: Betty Strong Encounter Center, 900 Larsen Park Road, Sioux City, Iowa
The State Interagency Missouri River Authority was established by Iowa Code chapter 28L to promote policy regarding the State's many uses and interests along the Missouri River Corridor. The Authority is composed of a representative from the Governor's Office and each of the following agencies: Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship, Economic Development Authority, Department of Natural Resources (DNR), Department of Transportation, and the Iowa Utilities Board. The Authority is chaired by the Governor or, in Governor's absence, the DNR representative. The DNR representative serves as the coordinator of the Authority's activities.