Bonalbo flood study

ABOUT THE PROJECT:

Kyogle Council have engaged engineering consultant BG&E to develop a Flood Study for Bonalbo . The study is being undertaken with financial and technical assistance from Council and Department of Planning, Industry and Environment (DPIE) through the NSW Government’s Floodplain Management Program. 

The Flood Study will help us understand the likely flooding scenarios for the town of Bonalbo including flooding from Peacock Creek and runoff from local catchments. 

The Bonalbo Flood Study will:

  • Develop flood models based on historic data and statistical analysis
  • Identify the areas of flood prone land to assist with flood planning and risk management
  • Consider the effect of the Bonalbo Dam on flood risk
  • Establish the likely flood risk and flood hazard for properties in the study area
  • Develop flood mapping to assist in future planning and development
  • Provide flood intelligence to the NSW SES to assist in flood emergency response

THE STUDY AREA:

THE FLOODPLAIN RISK MANAGEMENT PROCESS:

The Study is being prepared in line with NSW Government Policy and the Floodplain Risk Management Process. The process consist of 5 key stages. The Bonalbo Flood Study will complete Stage 1 and 2 (Data Collection and Flood Study). Once complete, the findings of the Flood Study will enable Council to start to the next step in the Floodplain Risk Management process; that is consider measures to reduce impacts of flooding. 

COMMUNITY QUESTIONNAIRE:

Your input provides useful information so that we can calibrate flood models to real-life flood data. It also allows us to focus the study on areas and issues that are a priority to the community. You can answer the questionnaire online at the link below.

CONTACTS:

Project Website:
www.bgeeng.com/FloodStudies/Bonalbo

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Kyogle Council: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., 02 6632 1611