So You're a Floodplain Manager - An Idaho Resource Guide
The Resource Guide was developed for newly appointed floodplain managers and contains an introductory video, templates, and other useful information.
Boise River Watershed
When a significant percentage of a state's population resides in a watershed with significant flood risk, that watershed will receive focused attention by many agencies with different perspectives. The Boise River watershed, located in southwestern Idaho, is home to over 600,000 residents, more than one-third of Idaho's population. Despite upstream federal storage projects and community participation in the National Flood Insurance Program, the watershed has more than $10 billion of infrastructure at risk for flood damage. The watershed is one of the highest flood risk priorities for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' (USACE) Walla Walla District.