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Flood-prone areas and land-use planning
Bibliography: p. 68-70.
|Statement||by A. O. Waananen ... [et al.].|
|Series||Geological Survey professional paper ; 942, Geological Survey professional paper ;, 942.|
|Contributions||Waananen, Arvi O.|
|LC Classifications||HD211.C2 F55|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 75 p. :|
|Number of Pages||75|
|LC Control Number||77077832|
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the increase of property values and human occupancy in flood-prone areas, the lack of access to information, and deficiencies in urban planning and governance (UNECE HLM and CERG-C, ). Now that land use is recognized as playing an. Get this from a library. Flood-prone areas and land-use planning: selected examples from the San Francisco Bay region, California.
[Arvi O Waananen; Geological Survey (U.S.);]. In Saskatchewan, official community plans and zoning bylaws are important tools to control development in flood prone areas.
The Planning and Development Act, and The Statements of Provincial Interest Regulations (SPI) requires new official community plans and zoning bylaws to contain policies to address the management of lands subject to natural. Floodplain regulations govern the amount, type and location of development within defined flood-prone areas.
Federal standards, applicable to communities that are eligible for federal flood insurance protection, include identification of primary flood hazard areas, usually defined as being within the year floodplain.
Regarding floods, land use planning can proceed through two different although complementary ways: first by drafting, approving and enforcing a specific plan to regulate occupancy of a flood prone area and second by introducing provisions to control development in more general land use plans (at regional, local or river basin levels).Cited by: 3.