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WATER CODE
SECTION 9620-9625



9620.  Upon the adoption of the plan by the board, all of the
following apply:
   (a) The facilities identified pursuant to subdivision (a) of
Section 9614 shall be deemed to be part of the system.
   (b) The board shall act on the recommendations to remove
facilities identified pursuant to subdivision (h) of Section 9614
from the State Plan of Flood Control.
   (c) The department shall develop a recommended schedule and
funding plan to implement the recommendations of the plan. To develop
the recommended schedule and funding plan, the department may
collaborate with local and federal agencies.



9621.  Consistent with the adoption of the Central Valley Flood
Protection Plan pursuant to this part, each county shall collaborate
with cities within its jurisdiction to develop flood emergency plans
within 24 months of the adoption of the plan.



9622.  Consistent with the adoption of the Central Valley Flood
Protection Plan pursuant to this part, each city, county, and city
and county shall collaborate with the state and local flood
management agencies to provide relocation assistance or other
cost-effective strategies for reducing flood risk to existing
economically disadvantaged communities located in nonurbanized areas.



9623.  Consistent with the adoption of the Central Valley Flood
Protection Plan pursuant to this part, each city, county, and city
and county shall collaborate with the state and local flood
management agencies to develop funding mechanisms to finance local
flood protection responsibilities by January 1, 2010.



9624.  Notwithstanding any other provision of law, this part applies
to all cities, including charter cities, and counties included in
the plan pursuant to Section 9614. The Legislature finds and declares
that flood protection in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Valley is a
matter of statewide concern and not a municipal affair as that term
is used in Section 5 of Article XI of the California Constitution.




9625.  (a) By January 1, 2010, the department shall develop
cost-sharing formulas, as needed, for funds made available by the
Disaster Preparedness and Flood Prevention Bond Act of 2006 (Chapter
1.699 (commencing with Section 5096.800) of Division 5 of the Public
Resources Code) and the Safe Drinking Water, Water Quality and
Supply, Flood Control, River and Coastal Protection Bond Act of 2006
(Division 43 (commencing with Section 75001) of the Public Resources
Code) for repairs or improvements of facilities included in the plan
to determine the local share of the cost of design and construction.
   (b) The cost-sharing formulas developed by the department shall be
established pursuant to Section 12585.7.
   (c) In developing a cost-sharing formula, the department shall
consider the ability of local governments to pay their share of the
capital costs of the project.
   (d) Prior to finalizing cost-sharing formulas, the department
shall conduct public meetings to consider public comments. The
department shall post a draft cost-sharing formula on its Internet
Web site at least 30 days before the public meetings. To the extent
feasible, the department shall provide outreach to disadvantaged
communities to promote access and participation in the meetings.



9625.  (a) By January 1, 2010, the department shall develop
cost-sharing formulas, as needed, for funds made available by the
Disaster Preparedness and Flood Prevention Bond Act of 2006 (Chapter
1.699 (commencing with Section 5096.800) of Division 5 of the Public
Resources Code) and the Safe Drinking Water, Water Quality and
Supply, Flood Control, River and Coastal Protection Bond Act of 2006
(Division 43 (commencing with Section 75001) of the Public Resources
Code) for repairs or improvements of facilities included in the plan
to determine the local share of the cost of design and construction.
   (b) For qualifying projects pursuant to subdivision (a), the state'
s share of the nonfederal share shall be set at a minimum level of 50
percent.
   (c) In developing cost-sharing formulas, the department shall
consider the ability of local governments to pay their share of the
capital costs of the project.
   (d) Prior to finalizing cost-sharing formulas, the department
shall conduct public meetings to consider public comments. The
department shall post a draft cost-sharing formula on its Internet
Web site at least 30 days before the public meetings. To the extent
feasible, the department shall provide outreach to disadvantaged
communities to promote access and participation in the meetings.