Floodplain Mapping Projects

Lower Arkansas

The Lower Arkansas Floodplain Mapping update project kicked off on March 5 & 6, 2019, and Discovery meetings were held on February 26 & 27, 2020. If you have any questions about the project, are requesting comments on the project scope until April 12, 2019.  Data development is set begin in April 2020.  This website will be updated with relevant content as the project moves forward.

Lower Arkansas Project Area

Watershed-wide:

There were four Discovery meetings held over the course of February 26 & 27. The meetings were held in Mulvane, Medicine Lodge, Pratt and Kingman.

Lower Arkansas Discovery Meeting - Feb. 2020

Lower Arkansas (Mulvane) Notes 2-26-2020

Lower Arkansas (Medicine Lodge) Notes 2-26-2020

Lower Arkansas (Pratt) Notes 2-27-2020

Lower Arkansas (Kingman) Notes 2-27-2020


Barber County:

Scroll down to the Pratt and Harper County sections to see presentations delivered at those meetings with content relating to Barber County.

Barber County Kickoff Meeting Handout 3-6-2019

Barber County Proposed Project Study Map: Option A

Barber County Proposed Project Study Map: Option B


Harper County:

Harper County Kickoff Meeting Presentation 3-5-2019

Harper County Kickoff Meeting Handout 3-5-2019

Harper County Proposed Project Study Map


Kingman County:


Kingman County Kickoff Meeting Presentation 3-6-2019

Kingman County Kickoff Meeting Handout 3-6-2019

Kingman County Proposed Project Study Map


Pratt County:


Pratt County Kickoff Meeting Presentation 3-6-2019

Pratt County Kickoff Meeting Handout 3-6-2019

Pratt County Proposed Project Study Map


Sumner County:

Sumner County Kickoff Meeting Presentation 3-5-2019

Sumner County Kickoff Meeting Handout 3-5-2019

Sumner County Proposed Project Study Map

Unsure which watershed you are in?  Use the following link to find out.
Kansas HUC 8 Watershed Map

Or reference the map below for Custom Watershed project areas.

Project Reference Map

Use this page to find relevant information on floodplain mapping projects.  Click on the map below to view current or proposed floodplain mapping projects.  Use the Kansas Floodplain Map Viewer for current effective floodplains.

Project Status & Custom Watersheds Oct. 1, 2019