Long Island’s Nassau County Gets New Flood Maps

July 9, 2008

New and updated digital flood maps will provide Long Island residents with a realistic assessment of flood risk.

The preliminary maps are developed by the Federal Emergency Management Agency. They replace current maps based on data that is 20 to 30 years old.

A series of “open houses” will be held to explain the maps and advise residents of their flood zone designation and answer questions about the National Flood Insurance Program.


On the Net: http://rmc.mapmodteam.com/RMC2/Counties_Nassau.htm

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