Model Implementation of Flood Control Policies Based on Community Participation (Study of Policy Implementation in Flood Hazard Management in Purwantoro Village, Malang City)

Bambang Nugroho, Agus Sholahuddin, Laksni Sedyowati


The purpose of this study for this study aims to create a model for implementing community participation-based flood control policies to mobilize people to play an active role in flood control programs and environmental management in densely populated urban areas. To achieve these objectives, this study has a specific objective, namely to describe and analyze a model of flood management based on community participation in urban areas in Malang City based on Malang City Regulation No. 5 of 2016. The method of this study uses a qualitative approach that is descriptive. The community participation-based flood control policy model is a public participation-based public policy implementation model that is not only focused on overcoming flood problems but also provides benefits to the surrounding community in the form of job opportunities and provides additional economic value in the form of harvested eggplant, chili, catfish, and tomato. Thus, this control policy model is a community participation-based flood control policy with a new approach in the form of a synergy of 4 (four) stakeholders, namely: government, academia, business and local communities.

DOI: 10.7176/JESD/12-12-08

Publication date:June 30th 2021

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