Tittabawassee River Floodplain
EPA, working with the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality, is developing cleanup options for contaminated soil in frequently flooded areas along the Tittabawassee River downstream from Midland. Many properties in the Tittabawassee River floodplain will be affected by EPA's cleanup decision.
The Tittabawassee River floodplain starts in Midland below the Dow Chemical Co. plant and extends through Midland and Saginaw counties.
Before formally proposing the cleanup options EPA wants to give property owners and other interested people an opportunity to discuss what concerns they may have about a long-term cleanup. EPA is planning to hold a number of interactive small group sessions in different locations near the Tittabawassee River. Starting in March 2013, EPA will invite property owners to attend information sessions to share their thoughts. EPA will take their comments and concerns into consideration in developing its proposed cleanup plan.
You will need the free Adobe Reader to view some of the files on this page. See EPA's PDF page to learn more.
- Floodplain Cleanup is Planned; EPA Wants Your Input (PDF) (4pp, 600K) February 2013
- Tittabawassee River Floodplain Soils Outreach Strategy, Addendum #1 to the Community Involvement Plan (PDF) (11pp, 440K) February 2013
- Tittabawassee River Floodplain Soil Alternatives Array (PDF) (14pp, 416K) February 2013
- Printable Map (PDF) (1p, 76K) 2013