CRVFCC logo cropThe Connecticut River Valley Flood Control Commission was established September 8, 1953 for the purposes of:

  • Promoting inter-state comity among and between the signatory states;
  • Assuring adequate storage capacity for impounding waters of the Connecticut River and its tributaries for the protection of life and property from floods;
  • Providing a joint or common agency through which the signatory states, while promoting protecting and preserving to each the local interest and sovereignty of the respective signatory states, may more effectively cooperate in accomplishing the object of flood control and water resources utilization in the basin of the Connecticut River and its tributaries.


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