NEW: Elevation Certificates Map
View the elevation certificates on record with the GIS web map link.
The National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP)
The NFIP offers flood insurance to help you protect the life you’ve built and recover more quickly after a flood.
Answers to Questions About the NFIP
Search an address and turn on layer Effective Flood Zones – February 18, 2005 to view your current flood zone.
Preliminary FEMA Flood Maps
Once the FINAL FIRMs are effective, they will be used to determine the minimum elevation needed for construction to reduce the chances of flooding as well as the construction methods required in certain zones.
*Effective date to be announced*
Limit of Moderate Wave Action (LiMWA)
FEMA Flood Mitigation Assistance (FMA) Grant Program - Administered by Monroe County
Grant program to elevate, demolish or reconstruct your home.
Above the Flood: Elevating Your Floodprone House, FEMA-347
Learn the benefits of elevating a floodprone home.
Elevated Residential Structures, FEMA-54
What is the benefit of elevating your home?
Protecting Manufactured Homes from Floods and Other Hazards, FEMA P-85
A multi-hazard foundation and installation guide.
Coastal Construction Manual
Principles and practices of planning, siting, designing, constructing, and maintaining residential buildings in Coastal Areas.
Hazard Mitigation Assistance Guidance Addendum
Hazard mitigation grant program, pre-disaster mitigation program and flood mitigation assistance program.
Protecting Building Utilities From Flood Damage, FEMA-P-348
Principles and practices for the design and construction of flood resistant building utility systems.
Protecting Floodplain Resources, FEMA-268
Introduction to a basic understanding of natural resources in floodplains and how to protect these areas.
Reducing Damage from Localized Flooding, FEMA 511
How communities can help reduce damage, disruption and public and private costs that result from flooding.
Learn about the 50% rule for substantially improved/damaged structures.
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