Tide Gates

Measures related to physical infrastructure opportunities to address flood risk

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Tide Gates

DESCRIPTION:
These measures are operable structures that apply to waterways such as creeks and rivers that can be closed to reduce flood risk during storms events or extreme high tides. These structures allow for boats and other maritime vessels to pass during standard operations.




SHORELINE LOCATION: DESIGN LIFE:IMPACT ON THE WATERFRONT:
In Water50+ yearsMajor Intervention



ADAPTABILITY:
Varies
CONSTRUCTION COST:
TBD




COASTAL FLOOD HAZARDS MITIGATED:





Sea Level Rise
Storm Surge
Groundwater
Waves
Erosion




Types of Tide Gates:
Click the images and links below to explore types of Tide Gates.


Gates and BarriersLocks



Head back to the Measures Explorer to check out other flood and seismic measures.


Measures related to physical infrastructure opportunities to address flood risk

Looking for more? Head back to the Measures Explorer to check out other flood and seismic measures.



Tide Gates

DESCRIPTION:
These measures are operable structures that apply to waterways such as creeks and rivers that can be closed to reduce flood risk during storms events or extreme high tides. These structures allow for boats and other maritime vessels to pass during standard operations.




SHORELINE LOCATION: DESIGN LIFE:IMPACT ON THE WATERFRONT:
In Water50+ yearsMajor Intervention



ADAPTABILITY:
Varies
CONSTRUCTION COST:
TBD




COASTAL FLOOD HAZARDS MITIGATED:





Sea Level Rise
Storm Surge
Groundwater
Waves
Erosion




Types of Tide Gates:
Click the images and links below to explore types of Tide Gates.


Gates and BarriersLocks



Head back to the Measures Explorer to check out other flood and seismic measures.


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