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2018 Denver County PMRs

Revised Floodplain Mapping will become Effective on July 3, 2024

MHFD will be hosting a virtual open house to discuss the map revisions and what they mean for property owners on Wednesday, May 15th at 5:00 pm. Sign up to attend the virtual meeting here:

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Getting the Flood Hazard Area Delineation (FHAD) information on the Flood Insurance Rate Maps (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 Flood Hazard Area Delineation (FHAD) information on the Flood Insurance Rate Maps (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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