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    Measure Overview

    # Objective Strategic Plan Goal Business Strategy

    Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) floodplain will be removed after project completion

    Public Infrastructure Increased Effectiveness

    Action Steps

    1. Complete Hydraulic Model
    2. Submit FEMA Letter of Map Revision (LOMR)
    3. Respond to FEMA Comments
    4. Resubmit FEMA LOMR
    5. FEMA Approval of LOMR

    Why is this measure important?

    Technical Services Drainage projects that are within a FEMA floodplain will remove the mapped floodplain after the drainage infrastructure is completed. Residents that are within a FEMA floodplain are generally required to pay flood insurance on their homes. By removing the FEMA floodplain from the maps, residents will not be required to pay for flood insurance as part of their mortgage. Removing a mapped floodplain will save County residents thousands of dollars every year.

    Where does the data come from?

    FEMA floodplain Flood Insurance Rate Maps (FIRM); From FEMA Maps

    How is the measure calculated?

    FEMA floodplain pre and post project conditions

    Who to contact if you have questions?

    Brian Lopez ; Howard Cake

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