How to Find Flood Maps
Resources for accessing flood maps and supporting data.
FEMA Map Updates
Information on the map update process and timelines for updating map data.
Map Appeals and Amendments
FEMA has established administrative procedures for changing or challenging effective FIRMs based on new or revised technical data.
Determining Base Flood Elevations
Base flood elevations are also known as the 1% annual chance flood elevation or 100-year flood elevation. These elevations can be determined in different ways depending on the source of the floodplain map and zone of the site.
Hydraulic Model Downloads
To view and download stream segment model information, visit the Hydraulic Model Download Application for availability.
Technical information and forms often used by engineers, surveyors and floodplain managers such as elevation certificates, no-rise certificates, floodproofing and retrofitting of new and existing structures, bridge and culvert design considerations, datum considerations, and Letter of Map Revisions (LOMR).
- Ceil Strauss, State Floodplain (NFIP) Manager, 651-259-5713
- Suzanne Jiwani, Floodplain Mapping Engineer, 651-259-5681