Guidelines and Specifications for Flood Hazard Mapping Partners Now Available

The Guidelines and Specifications for Flood Hazard Mapping Partners define technical requirements, product specifications for Flood Hazard Maps and related National Flood Insurance Program products, and associated coordination and documentation activities. These Guidelines combine FEMA technical, programmatic, and administrative procedure publications, guidance documents (listed on the G&S main page), and memorandums regarding Flood Hazard Mapping. The Guidelines also reflect recent changes to processes and products associated with the implementation of the FEMA Map Modernization Program, including the Cooperating Technical Partners initiative and the new Project Scoping procedures. Unless specifically indicated, the Guidelines supersede previous FEMA guidelines and specifications documents regarding the preparation of Flood Hazard Maps.

Woodland and Yolo County, California, Maps Revised as a Result of Cache Creek Restudy

FEMA has completed a restudy of flooding hazards along a nearly 26-mile reach of Cache Creek, and revised the flood hazard maps for the City of Woodland and Yolo County to show the results of the restudy. Changes in the revised maps, scheduled to become effective April 2, 2002, include the addition of a Special Flood Hazard Area designated Zone AE, where flood insurance is required. Read More

MT Forms

The Office of Management and Budget (OMB) has extended the expiration date of FEMA Forms MT-EZ, MT-1, and MT-2, through March 31, 2002. The forms may be used beyond the March 31, 2002, expiration date until updated forms are printed and made available in digital format from the Flood Hazard Mapping website.

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Last Modified: Friday, 15-Jun-2007 11:57:20 EDT