Aberdeen-Hoquiam Flood Protection Projects

Aberdeen-Hoquiam Flood Protection Project

The Aberdeen-Hoquiam Flood Protection Project is comprised of two critical levees, the North Shore Levee and the North Shore Levee –West Segment, which are needed to protect the Cities of Aberdeen & Hoquiam. To learn more about these projects visit:

North Shore Levee Project

The North Shore Levee will construct a 6.2 mile levee across the two cities, providing critical flood protection and removing over 3,100 properties from FEMA's mapped Special Flood Hazard Area. The project will build resiliency in the face of future flood events, retaining existing businesses, jobs, and residents which have been on the decline in the community. The total construction cost of the North Shore is estimated to be at least $78 million...Aberdeen - North Shore Levee Project (wa.gov)

North Shore Levee – West Segment

The North Shore Levee—West Segment, estimated to cost $40 million to construct, will build a levee (earthen, concrete and sheet pile) for 4.7 miles bordering the west side of Hoquiam. This levee will protect local residents and build resiliency in the face of future flood events, as well as retain existing businesses, jobs and residents which have been on the decline in this community...Hoquiam - North Shore Levee - West Project (wa.gov)

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