The Flood Corridor Program is funded by the "Safe Drinking Water, Clean Water, Watershed Protection, and Flood Protection Act” (Proposition 13), the “Safe Drinking Water, Water Quality & Supply, Flood Control, River & Coastal Bond Act of 2006” (Proposition 84), and the “Disaster Preparedness and Flood Prevention Bond Act of 2006” (Proposition 1E). The program is administered by the Department of Water Resources Division of Flood Management and provides grant funding for flood risk reduction projects with an agricultural and/or environmental benefit. Eligible activities include acquiring rights-of-ways for flood corridors, construction of levees for corridors and bypasses, conservation of agricultural land and wildlife habitat, relocating or flood-proofing structures, and mapping flood hazard areas. Rules and guidelines for allocation of program funds were developed and vetted through a public process in accordance with the bond statute and applicable legislation. The Flood Corridor Project Evaluation Committee reviews complete and eligible applications using the evaluation criteria contained in the funding guidelines. Projects are then selected for funding based on a competitive scoring of the submitted application. Funding guidelines and additional information for the Flood Corridor Program are available on the Department of Water Resources website.