Coronavirus Update:

MHFD is going remote (temporarily). Public safety is MHFD’s primary concern. To ensure the wellbeing of our employees, MHFD staff will be working remotely for the foreseeable future. In doing so, we will live up to our social responsibility to prevent the COVID-19 from spreading further, while ensuring business continuity that supports our communities and the economies in which we operate. Wishing everyone health and safety during these unprecedented times.

2018 Denver County PMRs

Join Us for a Virtual Open House!

Preliminary Floodplain Mapping dated October 28, 2020 for Portions of the City and County of Denver

Register for the Open House you will attend:

Thursday, February 25, 2021 at 12:30pm
Thursday, February 25, 2021 at 6:00pm

For questions on registration, please contact: Ellie Paulsen by email at epaulsen@mhfd.org or by phone at (303) 749-5410 or  (303) 455-6277

Para leer la noticia en español

No podremos proporcionar traducción en vivo para la reunión pública virtual, pero se publicará una copia de la presentación en este sitio web después de que se haya celebrado la reunión.

The event site and electronic versions of meeting or training materials will be accessible to people with disabilities.  If you need a reasonable accommodation (e.g., sign language interpreters, Braille, CART, etc.), please make your request by 5pm on Monday, February 21, 2021.  Send an email to Christine Gaynes, Civil Engineer, christine.gaynes@fema.dhs.gov or call (202) 480-1265.  Requests after February 21, 2021 will be considered but might not be possible to fulfill.  

Getting the FHAD information on the FIRMs helps residents and business owners make informed decisions about personal safety and protecting financial assets. Having current flood mapping also allows community planners, local officials, engineers, builders and others to make determinations about where and how new structures, subdivisions, developments, and redevelopments should be built to reduce risk of flood damage.

PRELIMINARY MAPPING REVISIONS

FHAD

Getting the FHAD information on the FIRMs helps residents and business owners make informed decisions about personal safety and protecting financial assets. Having current flood mapping also allows community planners, local officials, engineers, builders and others to make determinations about where and how new structures, subdivisions, developments, and redevelopments should be built to reduce risk of flood damage.

Estimate Project Timeline (subject to change)

Have more questions?

Your community Floodplain Administrator is the best source of information about flood risk.

City and County of Denver
Mr. Jeremy Hamer
jeremy.hamer@denvergov.org
720-913-0720

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