|Projected Preliminary Date:|
|Actual Preliminary Date:|
|Appeal Period Start Date:|
|Appeal Period End Date:|
|Projected Effective Date:|
|Actual Effective Date:|
|Actual LFD Date:|
|Preliminary Date -||The date when new preliminary DFIRMs were presented to community officials.|
|Appeal Start -||Start date for the official 90-Day Appeal Period.|
|Appeal End -||End date for the official 90-Day Appeal Period.|
|LFD Date -||The date where community officials are notified that a new or updated DFIRM will take effect in six months.|
|Effective Date -||The date when a new Digital Flood Insurance Map (DFIRM) become effective.|
|DFIRM -||Digital Flood Insurance Rate Map|
|LFD -||Letter of Final Determination|
|Project Status||Active - Mapping project in status|
|On-Hold - Mapping project experiencing delays|
|Completed - Mapping project finished; updated map in effect|
|Note - Projected Dates are only estimates as final dates have not been determined.|
If your property is newly mapped into a high-risk flood zone, you might be eligible for a cost-saving rating option called the Newly Mapped procedure.
|Call your community's Floodplain Manager for more information on maps changing in your area. You can also reach the FEMA Map Information eXchange at 1-877-FEMA MAP (1-877-336-2627).
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.