When new preliminary flood maps are released, they replace older, outdated flood maps. As a result, flood risks will have changed; some property owners will see that their flood risk has increased or decreased, while others will see no change.
Typically, a Flood Risk Open House is held after their release. This allows residents and business owners to come at their convenience to visit different stations in person to learn about how their flood risk might have changed; possible impacts on flood insurance requirements and costs; what they could do if they disagreed with the preliminary maps and meet one-on-one with a mapping or insurance specialist, or local or FEMA representative.
With the release of the Munds Park preliminary maps, an in-person open house was held on September 18, 2023, and an online version, which provided an overview, was held on September 13, 2023. More details can be found here.
However, not all interested parties were able to attend. Wanting to still inform affected property owners, the District created a series of webpages as an online version of a Flood Risk Open House so property owners could still “visit” each station to learn more about the project.
To the left are different “stations” which were available to visit. The first station to visit was theIdentify Your Property’s Flood Risk. Just click on this or any other link for station information. Then visit “stations” like: