SB 222 & AB 222 : Improving Flood Resilience

Bill Description

Wisconsin communities need more resources to help prepare for and reduce the serious risks associated with increased flooding. AB 222 & SB 222 would create a flood resilience grant program to help local governments assess flood risks and implement flood resilience projects.

Current Status

SB 222 was introduced on April 14, 2023, and referred to the Senate Committee on Housing, Rural Issues, and Forestry. A public hearing was held on May 11, 2023. The bill passed out of committee on May 12, 2023, and passed the full Senate on June 7, 2023. AB 222 was introduced on April 20, 2023, and referred to the Assembly Committee on Local Government. A public hearing was held on June 6, 2023.

Ask your legislators to support SB 222 & AB 222.

Committee History

Committee Status
Senate Committee on Housing, Rural Issues, and Forestry Passed
Assembly Committee on Local Government Public Hearing Held

Full Vote Data

Assembly: Awaiting Action

Senate: Passed


Legislator District Bill Vote Conservation Vote
Roys, Kelda SD26 Yea
Smith, Jeff SD31 Yea
Wirch, Robert SD22 Yea
Knodl, Dan AD24 Yea
Ballweg, Joan A. SD14 Yea
Cowles, Robert SD02 Yea
Taylor, Lena SD04 Yea
Carpenter, Tim SD03 Yea
Nass, Steve SD11 Yea
Wanggaard, Van SD21 Yea
Jacque, Andre SD01 Yea
Kapenga, Chris SD33 Yea
Marklein, Howard SD17 Yea
Larson, Chris SD07 Yea
Stroebel, Duey SD20 Yea
Felzkowski, Mary SD12 Yea
Hutton, Rob SD05 Yea
Jagler, John SD13 Yea
Johnson, LaTonya SD06 Yea
Hesselbein, Dianne Helen SD27 Yea
Agard, Melissa SD16 Yea
Quinn, Romaine SD25 Yea
Spreitzer, Mark SD15 Yea
Stafsholt, Rob SD29 Yea
Feyen, Dan SD18 Yea
Testin, Patrick SD24 Yea
James, Jesse SD23 Yea
Bradley, Julian SD28 Yea
Pfaff, Brad SD32 Yea
Wimberger, Eric SD30 Yea
Cabral-Guevara, Rachael SD19 Yea
Tomczyk, Cory SD29 Yea