Levee bank/flood wall:
An embankment or wall, usually constructed from earth or concrete, built along the banks of a watercourse to help
prevent overflow of its waters.
Depression in the land surface that captures and holds stormwater runoff allowing it to slowly drain out of the
basin into the adjoining natural drainage line or creek.
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