Flood Management and Control

The Engineering Department can help provide technical information and support for properties within our various flood hazard zones.

This includes, but is not limited to, providing copies of Elevation Certificates; assisting in the reading and interpreting of flood maps; and providing technical assistance on property protection and flood insurance.

We have Elevation Certificates for the following new structures that are located in the flood zone:  Block 375 Lot 19.2, Block 375 Lot 19.1, Block 383 Lot 12, Block 388 Lot 38, Block 388 Lot 34, Block 424 Lot 30, Block 424 Lot 32, Block 265 Lot 1, Block 365 Lot 5.5, Block 365 Lot 5.6, Block 365 Lot 5.7, Block 265 Lot 35, Block 382 Lot 1.2, Block 382 Lot 1.1

The links below are provided for your information and reference.  If you don't see what you are looking for, please contact us and we will do our best to address your needs.

 

FEMA Flood Maps

Instructions and Application to Remove Your Property from a FEMA Flood Zone

Flood Hazard:  Homeowners, check before your buy

Flood Fact Sheet

Top 10 Facts Every Insurance Agent Needs to Know about the National Flood Insurance Program

FEMA National Flood Insurance Program Flood Elevation Certificate

Assistance to Individuals and Households Fact Sheet

DisasterAssistance.gov Fact Sheet


The Mandatory Purchase of Flood Insurance Requirement

Is My Home in a Flood Zone?

Spring Flooding:  Risks and Protection

FEMA Publication - Above the Flood:  Elevating Your Floodprone House

FEMA Publication - Answers to Questions About the Natinal Flood Insurance Program

FEMA Publication - Mitigation of Flood and Erosion Damage to Residential Buildings in Coastal Areas

FEMA Publication - Protecting Building Utilities From Flood Damage

FEMA Publication - Protecting Floodplain Resources

FEMA Publication - Reducing Damage from Localized Flooding

American Red Cross Publication - Repairing Your Flooded Home

Flood Smart PSA

All Wet!  6 Flood Isnurance Myths Debunked

How to Prepare for a Flood

All About Floods

Mandatory Flood Insurance Requirement

Professionals Letter

Flood Facts Types of Flooding

Resident Letter

Repetetive Loss Letter