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Flood Map Update Schedule
Flood Map Update Schedule Tool

Enter your ZIP code to see the communities in your county that have map updates scheduled. Even if your community is not listed, changes may still be in progress.

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Reflecting Data as of 07/15/2016

 

 
Call your community's Floodplain Manager for more information on maps changing in your area. You can also visit FEMA's Flood Map Service Center or call 1-877-FEMA MAP (1-877-336-2627).

All Communities with map updates scheduled for Anoka County, MN

Community Name Project Name

ANDOVER, CITY OF Anoka County, MN (Countywide DFIRM)
ANOKA COUNTY * Anoka County, MN (Countywide DFIRM)
ANOKA, CITY OF Anoka County, MN (Countywide DFIRM)
Anoka County-wide Anoka County, MN (Countywide DFIRM)
BETHEL, CITY OF Anoka County, MN (Countywide DFIRM)
BLAINE, CITY OF Ramsey County, MN (Countywide DFIRM)
BLAINE, CITY OF Anoka County, MN (Countywide DFIRM)
BLAINE, CITY OF RM-FY10-MN-Ramsey County (St. Paul Levee)-L-PMR
CENTERVILLE, CITY OF Anoka County, MN (Countywide DFIRM)
CIRCLE PINES, CITY OF Anoka County, MN (Countywide DFIRM)
COLUMBIA HEIGHTS, CITY OF Anoka County, MN (Countywide DFIRM)
COLUMBUS, CITY OF Anoka County, MN (Countywide DFIRM)
COON RAPIDS,CITY OF Anoka County, MN (Countywide DFIRM)
EAST BETHEL, CITY OF Anoka County, MN (Countywide DFIRM)
FRIDLEY, CITY OF Anoka County, MN (Countywide DFIRM)
HAM LAKE, CITY OF Anoka County, MN (Countywide DFIRM)
HILLTOP, CITY OF Anoka County, MN (Countywide DFIRM)
LEXINGTON, CITY OF Anoka County, MN (Countywide DFIRM)
LINO LAKES, CITY OF Anoka County, MN (Countywide DFIRM)
NOWTHEN, CITY OF Anoka County, MN (Countywide DFIRM)
OAK GROVE, CITY OF Anoka County, MN (Countywide DFIRM)
RAMSEY, CITY OF Anoka County, MN (Countywide DFIRM)
SPRING LAKE PARK, CITY OF Anoka County, MN (Countywide DFIRM)
ST. FRANCIS, CITY OF Anoka County, MN (Countywide DFIRM)
 

Visit FEMA’s Map Service Center to view a map of your local community. You can also contact your local planning or zoning department for more details.

Learn more about how map changes can affect flood insurance.

PRIMARY RESIDENCE DISCLAIMER


For flood insurance rating purposes, a primary residence is a building that will be lived in by the insured or the insured's spouse for at least 80 percent of the 365 days following the policy effective date. If the building will be lived in for less than 80 percent of the policy year, it is considered to be a non-primary residence.

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