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Community Input

The Path to Recovery

An instrumental part of the recovery effort involves gathering input from the community. Please see below for how you can participate.

* Completion of the comprehensive Hydrology and Hydraulics Analysis, the Case Study, and the Tiber-Hudson Stream Corridor Assessment, will all assist in determining the feasibility and impact of ideas, both in the Short Term (non-Master Plan) and Master Plan processes.


Give Us Your Ellicott City Project Ideas

Not able to attend a meeting?

  • See the list of themes for ideas generated so far (will be updated periodically)
  • See all the ideas generated by community members (will be updated periodically)
  • Give us your ideas. This is your opportunity to give us ideas for Ellicott City recovery projects. Please understand that while we value all ideas, projects will be evaluated, prioritized and funded based on their overall contribution to building a model resilient community.

What Do You Love About Ellicott City?

We are asking this question at each of the community meetings.

The video below shows some of the responses already received.
We'd like to hear from you too! Use the form below to let us know what you love about Ellicott City.

Upcoming Community Meetings

All meetings are being held at the Roger Carter Community Center, 

3000 Milltowne Drive, Ellicott City, MD 21043 

Register Now

December 10, 2016     9:30 a.m. - noon

Ms. Lisa Craig, the Chief of Historic Preservation for the City of Annapolis 
During the “Rebuilding and Preservation” session, the City of Annapolis will share their experience in protecting historic structures from flooding damage and document their work on the nation's first Cultural Resource Hazard Mitigation Plan based on the FEMA model guidance.  

 

Past Meetings

November 10, 2016: Rebuilding & Environment Community Meeting

PowerPoint presentation                   as a .pdf document

 


October 18, 2016: Flood Recovery Forum