Pacific, MO Storm Water Needs Assessment
Voters in Pacific approved a half-cent Parks and Storm Water sales tax in April 2019. At that time, the Board of Aldermen pledged to conduct a planning study to evaluate the City’s storm water issues and develop a plan to address them. The study would identify the most pressing storm water needs in the community, and prioritize them for funds emerging from the new sales tax.

The City is now conducting that important study, and we need your input. As a resident of Pacific, we want to hear about your experiences with storm water issues, such as flooding and erosion. If you have not experienced any issues with storm water, that information is also important. In either case, please help us with the evaluation by completing the following survey. Thank you for your input!
What is the property address? Note: if you own or have experience with multiple properties, please fill out a survey for each property.
How much experience do you have with this property?
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Does a stream, river, or other natural drainage channel border this property?
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EROSION: What is the current state of erosion or soil loss at this property, due to storm water?
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YARD FLOODING: In your experience, how often has the yard, driveway, or common ground flooded or ponded?
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STREET FLOODING: In your experience, how often has the nearby street flooded or ponded?
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NON-HABITABLE STRUCTURE FLOODING: In your experience, how often has a non-habitable structure (such as a detached garage, shed, or deck) flooded or ponded?
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HABITABLE STRUCTURE FLOODING: In your experience, how often has a habitable structure (such as an attached garage, house, or business) flooded or ponded?
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If you would like to tell us anything else related to storm water issues in Pacific, please enter your comments in the box below.
Would you like a member of the study team to contact you for further conversation about storm water issues?
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