Centennial Park Catchment

Centennial Park Catchment Floodplain Risk Management Study and Plan

Local Resident/Land Owner Survey


The City of Sydney is carrying out a Floodplain Risk Management Study and Plan for the Centennial Park catchment. The survey will be available online until 5pm on Sunday 20 July 2014.


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Please provide the following details as we may contact you to discuss some of the information you have provided us. This is optional.


Your details


* How many of the permanent residents/workers are in age group below


* How long have you lived, worked at and/or owned your property?

As a local resident who may have witnessed flooding/drainage problems, you may have your own ideas about how to reduce flood risks. Which of the following do you prefer.

(1=least preferred, 5=most preferred)


Feel free to attach additional pages if necessary.


Glossary

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.
Retarding/detention basin: 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.

Privacy notice

The information supplied will be used by the City of Sydney and its consultants to consider flooding matters within the local government area. Personal information will remain confidential, however responses may be accessed by third parties through the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009.

Last updated: Wednesday, 2 July 2014