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Hazus Software

This page contains information and relevant links concerning the Hazus-MH software application provided by FEMA.  Details of the most recent release of Hazus-MH may be found here.  This page is geared toward current and prospective users of the Hazus-MH software, including Geographic Information Systems (GIS) professionals, mitigation planners, emergency managers, risk analysts and others engaged in disaster loss estimation.

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Hazus-MH 3.1

A number of architectural changes were made to the Hazus code structure with the release of Hazus-MH 3.1. Check out the User Release notes that come with the download of the software to learn more about the changes. You can also look at historical User Release Notes for the Hazus-MH software on the FEMA Document Library. To read more about the Hazus Modernization effort, you can check out the Modernization page on

Download Hazus-MH 3.1

Download the latest version of Hazus free-of-charge online by visiting the FEMA Flood Map Service Center (MSC) Hazus page.

International users may download the Hazus-MH 3.1 software, but not the U.S. state or territory datasets. International users who require technical assistance downloading the software may email the FEMA Map Information eXchange (FMIX) at

Comprehensive Data Management System (CDMS)

FEMA's CDMS tool provides users with the capability to support analysis by updating and managing statewide datasets. It is included with the Hazus-MH 3.1 software.

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Last Updated: 
04/20/2016 - 12:09