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Why is an Assessment District Proposed: Neptune Drive Shoreline Flood Protection

Today’s post by CivicMic is one of many in the thematic series of the what, where, when, how, and why about the proposed formation of an assessment district to fund the construction of a levee near the intersection of Neptune Drive and Marina Boulevard. The intent of the thematic series is to answer your most pressing questions like…why has an assessment district been proposed? The short version is that flood zone classifications have changed for many parcels along the San Leandro shoreline. Additional information can be found in this previous post by CivicMic: https://civicmic.com/flood-insurance-study-excerpts-neptune-drive-shoreline-flood-protection/. Important: Formation of the proposed assessment …

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San Leandro Area of Study: Neptune Drive Shoreline Flood Protection

In this post, CivicMic continues to share information about the City of San Leandro area of study for the proposed formation of an assessment district to fund the construction of a levee near the intersection of Neptune Drive and Marina Boulevard. Important: Formation of the proposed assessment district must be approved by the affected property owners. The City can’t form an assessment district without property owner approval. The image above reflects the preliminary San Leandro area of study made of 1,055 parcels that may benefit from the construction of the levee and could potentially be part of the proposed assessment …

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Flood Insurance Study Excerpts: Neptune Drive Shoreline Flood Protection

In this post, CivicMic continues to share information about the Flood Insurance Study that has led the City of San Leandro to propose the formation of an assessment district to fund the construction of a levee for flood protection near the intersection of Neptune Drive and Marina Boulevard. Important: Formation of the proposed assessment district must be approved by the affected property owners. The City can’t form an assessment district without property owner approval. Volume 1 of the FEMA Flood Insurance Study as revised December 21, 2018, is the source for the information below. We have provided a link at …

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Assessment District Proposed: Assessment Ballot Process

As posted a few days ago, the City of San Leandro has proposed the formation of an assessment district to fund the construction of a levee at 13145 – 13165 Neptune Drive near the intersection of Neptune Drive and Marina Boulevard. One of the most common questions we get asked is: Can a City create an assessment district and impose charges on properties without the people’s approval? The answer is: No, property owners must cast an assessment ballot. Important: Formation of the proposed assessment district must be approved by the affected property owners. The City can’t form an assessment district …

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Flood Insurance Rate Maps: Neptune Drive Shoreline Flood Protection

According to FEMA’s website, a Flood Insurance Rate Map is a flood map created by FEMA used by the National Flood Insurance Program for floodplain management, mitigation, and insurance purposes. The flood insurance rate maps generally show roads, landmarks, a community’s base flood elevation, flood zones, and floodplain boundaries. As a property owner, you can use a Flood Insurance Rate Map to get a reliable indication of what flood zone you are in. The preliminary Flood Insurance Rate Study released by FEMA on April 16, 2015, resulted in the update of Flood Insurance Rate Map Numbers 06001C0254H and 06001C0258H that …

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Find Your Property: FEMA Flood Map Service Center

Below is an excerpt of a Notice sent prior to an informational meeting held at the City Council Chambers on November 16, 2015. The Notice provides information and a web page address for the FEMA Flood Map Service Center. Enter an address to find the applicable flood map. Click here: https://msc.fema.gov/portal/home. Excerpt from Notice Sent Prior to Informational Meeting Held at the City Council Chambers on November 16, 2015 San Francisco Bay Area Coastal Study, California. The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is performing detailed coastal engineering analyses and mapping of the San Francisco Bay shoreline within the nine San …

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