Watershed & Flood Control Projects
Schuyler 205 Levee Project
The Schuyler 205 Levee Project will help reduce flooding in the city of Schuyler through levees and channel improvements.
Lake Wanahoo/Sand Creek Project
The Sand Creek Environmental Restoration Project is a multifaceted project that provides environmental restoration, flood control, and recreation benefits for the Sand Creek Watershed area in Saunders County. Lake Wanahoo, a 667-surface-acre lake one mile north of Wahoo, is the keystone of the project.
Homestead Lake/Skull Creek Project
The Skull Creek Watershed Project is a multi-use project providing flood control and outdoor recreation in Butler and Saunders counties, and includes Homestead Lake near Bruno.
Western Sarpy/Clear Creek Levee Project
The NRD is a partner in the Western Sarpy-Clear Creek Levy Project, which will improve flood protection along the Lower Platte River Corridor.
Platte River Ice Jam Agreement
Each winter and spring, the Lower Platte North NRD and its partners in the Platte River Ice Jam Agreement closely monitor conditions on the Lower Platte River so that ice jams can be dealt with in a timely manner to prevent flood damage.