Public Policy

Boise River Flood Control District No. 10 is responsible for working to minimize flood damage and to protect and promote the health, safety and general welfare (Idaho Code Section 42-3102). The District was organized on October 13, 1970 through an Order by the Director of the State of Idaho, Department of Water Administration (Idaho Department of Water Resources). The District was formed to “provide control of the Boise River and its tributaries in the affected area to protect life and property, preserve the public health and welfare and conserve and develop natural resources of the State of Idaho” (Order Creating Flood Control District No. 10 of Idaho) as they relate to potential flooding in Ada and Canyon Counties within the District’s boundaries.

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