CAP 205: Meramec River near Fenton, Missouri

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, St. Louis District, has partnered with the non-Federal sponsor, the City of Fenton, to study the Meramec River flooding in the City of Fenton. A public meeting will be held on January 9, 2024 to present a preliminary recommendation consisting of nonstructural actions to reduce flood damages to commercial and residential structures.

Under Section 205 of the Corps’ Continuing Authorities Program (CAP), this FRM study will consider strategies and tools to modify human susceptibility to flood damage and disruption through floodplain and floodwater management recommendations such as flood risk awareness and communication, and flood damage reduction measures. Ultimately, this study will produce a Feasibility Report with an Integrated Environmental Assessment.


Public Review of Draft Feasibility Report  Main Report / Appendices



Public Meetings

What: Public Meeting for Meramec River at Fenton, Missouri Flood Risk Management Study

When: Tuesday, January 9, 2024 from 5 to 6:30 p.m.

Where: Fenton City Hall Council Chambers at 625 New Smizer Mill Road in Fenton, Missouri, 63026

Hosted by: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, St. Louis District and the City of Fenton, Missouri.

09 January 2024 Public Meeting Slides

Draft Report Public Release

March 2023 Public Scoping Meeting Presentation: CAP 205: Meramec River At Fenton, MO Flood Risk Management Study

MVD Planning Decision Document Review Plan

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