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What does LAFCD stand for?

LAFCD stands for Los Angeles Flood Control District


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The Act established the Los Angeles County Flood Control District and empowered it to provide flood protection, water conservation, recreation and aesthetic enhancement within its boundaries. The Flood Control District is governed, as a separate entity, by the County of Los Angeles Board of Supervisors. In 1984, the Flood Control District entered into an operational agreement with the Los Angeles County Department of Public Works transferring planning and operational activities to the Department of Public Works.
Technical Comments on the June 6, 2012, draft of the Tentative Waste Discharge Requirements for Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) Discharges within the County of Los Angeles Flood Control District.
Los Angeles County Flood Control District Opens Historic LA River Wetlands Project – On May 8, 2008, County of Los Angeles Supervisor Don Knabe (4th District) was joined by City of Long Beach Mayor Bob Foster to open the Dominguez Gap Wetlands in Long Beach. The $7 million treatment wetlands and spreading grounds project is the latest in a series of regional, multi-benefit projects implemented by the Los Angeles County Flood Control District, including the Sun Valley Park and Tuxford Green projects in the Sun Valley Watershed and the Tujunga Wash Greenway and River Restoration project in the San Fernando Valley’s Valley Glen community.