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Flood Hazard Info Requests

Posted on: August 1, 2012

Starting TODAY, the new revised forms for Flood Hazard Information Requests will be the only version accepted when requesting information through the Santa Cruz County Flood Control Department.

These forms have been redesigned to provide additional information when inquiring about a specific parcel of land.

As always, the form will provide informaiton on the:

  • Special Flood Hazard Area affecting the property
  • NFIP Community #
  • FIRM Map Panel #
  • Date of the FIRM Panel
  • LOMR/LOMA Date
  • Is the main structure in a high hazard Special Flood Hazard Area?
  • Is the property in a Locally Regulatory Floodplain?
  • Is the property affected by a Floodway, as mapped on the FIRM?

Additional information on the form includes:

  • Estimated Base Flood Elevation
  • Estimated Regulatory Flood Elevation
  • Is the property affected by an Erosion Hazard Setback Area.

In addition, the inquirer can request a copy of the map for the property by checking off the Map Requested Box on the form.

To obtain new flood hazard forms county and municipality requests go to:  http://www.co.santa-cruz.az.us/public_works/flood/flood-maps.html

To email the completed flood hazard request form for county or municipality:

If you need flood hazard information that same day, please go to the SCC Complex for immediate assistance.

Visit The Santa Cruz County Flood Control District 1 at their new Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/SCCFCD to get the latest updates on flood control notices

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