PUBLIC MEETING TO DISCUSS THE PRELIMINARY FLOOD MAPS FOR LINCOLN COUNTY, MO
The public is invited to attend the Public Meting on Wednesday, December 7, 2016 from 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m., in the Lincoln County Courthouse - Jury Room 201 Main Street, Troy, MO 63379. Representatives from the Cities of Moscow Mills, and Troy, civic organizations, lending institutions, real estate agencies, insurance companies, and owners or lessees of property are encouraged to attend.
Representatives of the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), the Missouri Department of Public Safety (DPS), State Emergency Management Agency (SEMA) and officials from Lincoln County will be at the Public Meeting to discuss the September 20, 2016 revision to the Flood Insurance Study (FIS) and Preliminary Flood Insurance Rate Map (FIRM) produced by the National Flood Insurance Progrnm (NFIP) and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). The FIRM was produced in a Physical Map Revision (PMR) format. This preliminary version of the FIRM and FIS report incorporates updated flood hazard information for Butcher Creek, Crooked Creek, and Meister Branch within the Crooked Creek Watershed. Due to the size of the updates (S FIRM panels) a Physical Map Revision (PMR) was necessary in order to incorporate the updated models. Only those FIRM panels with updated flood hazard. To access the revised Preliminary flood hazard data at the following website: www.fema.gov/preliminaryfloodhazarddata.
FEMA administers the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP). Once a community joins the NFIP, owners or lessees of property at any location in the community may purchase insurance to protect their buildings and personal property from loss by flooding.
Discussion topics at the Open House will include description of the Preliminary FIS and DFIRM, FEMA's flood map appeals process, floodplain management regulations and flood insurance. People attending the Public Meeting will have the opportunity to learn about these topics, ask questions and provide comment. ... See MoreSee Less
This page discusses preliminary flood hazard data (preliminary data), including how to use and access the data. This data provide the public an early look at a home or community’s projected risk to ...
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