February 7, 2017
Reclamation District No. 1000 staff is on 24 hour levee patrol as of February 6, 2017.
If you have any questions please contact our office. (916) 922-1449
Reclamation District 1000
Mission, Responsibility and Vision Statements
District Mission Statement:
Reclamation District No 1000’s mission is flood protection for the Natomas Basin providing for the public’s health and safety by operating and maintaining the levees, and the District’s canals and pump stations in a safe, efficient and responsible manner.
District Responsibility Statement:
On behalf of and in communication with the residents of the Natomas Basin, the District meets its flood protection Mission by operating and maintaining:
- The perimeter levee system to prevent exterior floodwaters from entering the Natomas Basin
- The District’s interior canal system to collect the stormwater runoff and agricultural drainage from within the Natomas Basin
- The District’s pump stations to safely discharge interior stormwater and agricultural drainage out of the Natomas Basin
District Vision Statement:
In meeting its flood protection Mission, the District shall also:
- Carry out its responsibilities in a safe, professional and accountable manner that adheres to the principles of good governance and transparency being sensitive to community interests and the environment
- Continuously identify and implement operational, maintenance, structural and non-structural improvements that reduce flood risks in the Natomas Basin
- Cooperate with other private entities and public agencies (including the Corps of Engineers and the State Central Valley Flood Protection Board) with whom the District shares responsibilities, common goals and objectives for flood protection in the Natomas Basin
- Educate the public about the risks of flooding in the Natomas Basin and the District’s efforts to minimize those risks
If a levee problem is spotted, the District is prepared to respond
with materials and equipment. The District has a stockpile of sandbags
and rock to initiate a flood fight. Should the need be greater than
the available resources, the District will call upon local contractors
who are ready to respond 24 hours a day, seven days a week to an emergency
with major equipment, flood fight materials and labor as necessary.
It is very important for residents to stay away from a flood fight operation
for their own safety. If you see a problem during a flood, you
should immediately contact the District office at 916-922-1449.
(Alternatively, you may also contact the State-Federal Flood Center