Virginia Highlands, LLC
Date Prepared: July 11, 2006
by Resource Concepts, Inc.
The Technical Drainage Study came in two forms. One was a separately bound report, the other was contained in the White Binder.
There was some material in the separately bound report that was not in the White Binder, namely, several pages in the Soil Survey of Storey County as well as the Location Map. The Location Map is a nice map and is worth downloading.
The documents posted here came from the separately bound document.
Technical Drainage Study Report (4.7 MBytes, PDF)
Hydrological Analysis Summary: Table 1 and Table 2 (3.0 MBytes, PDF)Appendix B
Convergence Point Cross Sections (1.0 MBytes, PDF)
HEC-1 Analyses: Zones I - IV (25-Yr, 24-Hr Event) (1.3 MBytes)
HEC-1 Analyses: Zones I - IV (100-Yr, 24-Hr Event) (1.7 MBytes)
NOAA Atlas 14: Precipitation Intensity Estimates
Soil Survey of Storey County (Partial Copy) (6.9 MBytes, PDF)
Note - This came from the separately bound report that contains some material in the Soil Survey that is not included in the White Binder)
Appendix CLocation Map (997 KBytes, PDF)
(not included in the White Binder)
Drainage Map (2.3 MBytes, PDF)
Soil Map Units (2.2 MBytes, PDF)
FEMA Floodplain Map (779 KBytes, PDF)
Scanning the map supplied with the study did not turn out all that well.
The FEMA map came from the FEMA website (click here). The URL is:
The documents were scanned and this index was created by:
Jed Margolin, Virginia City Highlands, NV.
This document can be found at www.cordevistahoa.org