City Engineers Flood Control Advisory Committee (CEFCAC)
The City Engineers Flood Control Advisory Committee (CEFCAC) was formed in August 1966 to provide cooperation between the Orange County Flood Control District (OCFCD) and the cities directed toward the best deployment of money and manpower to accomplish conservation of water and protection of existing public and private property from floods.
The committee advises the OCFCD of flood protection needs in the individual cities and assists in the countywide selection of projects for the District’s annual budget within the funding capabilities set forth in the Orange County Flood Control Act.
The CEFCAC consists of six members: five are members of the City Engineers Association of Orange County (CEAOC) appointed by the City Selection Committee. One member from each of the five supervisorial districts is chosen to represent the cities in that district; the sixth member is a representative of OC Public Works designated by the Director, OC Public Works. City members each serve three-year terms on CEFCAC. A chairman is elected annually by the members at the commencement of each annual meeting. The annual meeting is generally held any time from January to March. If additional meetings are needed, they are scheduled accordingly.
Marwan Youssef, City Engineer/Director of Public Works
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