The fixtures proposed in this report by Trinity Engineering (TE) at San Diego State University were made based on the findings of a hydrology study, known problematic areas through observed site surveying, and known local residential reports. Property value of houses and businesses and safety of pedestrians and vehicular traffic during flooding events are of the utmost importance. TE’s top solution was based on consideration of cost estimates and was a basic maintenance and cleaning of storm drainage pipes which we believe will greatly improve water flow. TE’s second solution is to input bigger pipes and parallel pipes in channels 5 and 6 in order to prevent flooding in Area 138. The costs for these improvements were estimated based on the County of San Diego 2016 Unit Price List, Caltrans 2015 Contract Cost Data, and other cost estimate guidelines. The cost analysis does not include the right-of-way purchases and engineering design cost.