Flood Protection and Awareness

Hoag Road flood Picture.jpgSecond only to severe storms flooding is the most common natural disaster the City experiences.


A significant portion of the City is located in the 100-year floodplain. Please see the Quick Links and the FAQs on this page to determine if your property is in a floodplain. 


Prepare yourself and your family now to make sure you are ready the next time a flood occurs. 

FLOOD WARNINGS AND ALERTS

  • Click HERE to be directed to the National Weather Service for current flood watches, warnings and statements
  • Click HERE for current river levels
  • Know Your Alerts and Warnings:  English and Spanish

BEING PREPARED FOR A FLOOD

The hyperlinks that follow contain information on how to be prepared for a flood:


FLOOD INSURANCE INFORMATION

The hyperlinks that follow contain information on flood insurance:


OTHER INFORMATION AND RESOURCES

HAZARD MITIGATION PLANS & ASSOCIATED INFORMATION

Volume 1:  Planning Area Wide Elements

Volume 2:  Planning Partner Annexes

Floodwall Operation & Maintenance Manual
 

ELEVATION CERTIFICATES

The following hyperlink will take you to a page on the City's website where you can enter a parcel number or address and view a copy of an elevation certificate if the City has one on file: Elevation Certificates


PICTURES OF CITY FLOOD EVENTS

Click HERE to be directed to a gallery of flood events in the City over time.