Preferred Risk Policy Eligibility Extension for State and Local Officials

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There's good news for property owners who have been newly mapped into a high-risk flood area. FEMA is introducing cost saving insurance options through the NFIP that may benefit property owners. If a building has been newly mapped into a high-risk flood zone, the property owner may be eligible for significant savings with the NFIP's new Preferred Risk Policy (PRP) Extension. While the PRP Extension option provides temporary relief, revisions to the NFIP's grandfather rules will offer a more permanent premium reduction.

Share the information found in the documents below which can help ease the financial burden for eligible residents and business owners in your community.

State and Local Official Fact Sheet
State and Local Official Talking Points
State and Local Official Frequently Asked Questions
State and Local Official PRP Study Guide
Self Study Learning Module for Community Officials

For more information on the extension, please visit www.FloodSmart.gov/PRPExtension.

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Last Updated: 
06/13/2012 - 14:11
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