A public question and answer session will be held in Waverly to offer information and take questions about a proposed dry dam along Ash Hollow Creek.
The structure, estimated to cost $2.8 million, would be designed to hold back water temporarily during heavy rains.
Waverly officials estimate the project would move more than 100 homes and 35 businesses out of the 100-year flood plain.
Waverly and the Lower Platte South Natural Resources District are considering the feasibility of a dry dam.
The project would take up about 141 acres.
The meeting will be held at 4 p.m. Tuesday at Waverly Middle School.