Developing regulatory floodplain maps is a complex process that uses the most accurate data available. The result of a flood study is a reliable map of the areas in a community that are at risk to flooding. Flooplain maps are critical tools for local officials to communicate and manage floodrisk. To learn more about what goes into a flood study you can click here or visit FEMA's website.  Below are all the current floodstudies currently underway across the state. To access the project page click on the project button. 

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