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You may use Online LOMC to request an Amendment or Revision to a Flood Insurance Rate Map (FIRM). The presentations linked from this page will help guide you through the Online LOMC process. There are two training presentations: one for requesting map Amendments, and one for requesting map Revisions. Use the information below to help determine which is right for you.

Online LOMC - Amendments

Online LOMC - Revisions

Online LOMC - Amendments

When applicants such as homeowners or lessees, developers, or community officials believe a FIRM may no longer reflect current conditions due to the placement of fill or a small area of high ground (i.e., structure(s), parcel(s) of land) was inadvertently included in Special Flood Hazard Areas (SFHAs), they can request an Amendment to the FIRM, known as a Letter of Map Amendment (LOMA). Applicants may submit mapping and survey information to the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and request that FEMA issue a document that officially removes a property and/or structure from the SFHA.

The Amendments section of the Online LOMC is for these types of Amendment requests, including LOMA, Conditional Letter of Map Amendment (CLOMA), Letter of Map Revision Based on Fill (LOMR-F), and Conditional Letter of Map Revision Based on Fill (CLOMR-F).

Submit an Amendment request if:

  • You are applying for a LOMA, CLOMA, LOMR-F, or CLOMR-F
  • You would have completed the MT-EZ or MT-1 paper forms if submitting by mail
  • Your request pertains to a small area of high ground (a property or structure) located within a SFHA or the placement of fill on a property
  • You are a homeowner or lessee, developer, or community official, or acting on behalf of one

View Online LOMC Tutorial for Amendments


Online LOMC - Revisions

The Revisions section of the Online LOMC assists requesters such as community officials or others on behalf of community officials in requesting revisions to effective Flood Insurance Study (FIS) reports, FIRMs, or for a community.

The Revisions section of the Online LOMC is for these types of Revisions requests, including Letter of Map Revision (LOMR) and Conditional Letter of Map Revision (CLOMR).

Submit a Revision if:

  • You are applying for a LOMR or CLOMR
  • You would have completed the MT-2 paper form if submitting by mail
  • You are requesting revisions to effective FIS reports or FIRMs

View Online LOMC Tutorial for Revisions

How Do I Check the Status of My Application?

If you sumitted a LOMC application through Online LOMC, you may check the status of your application by logging into your Online LOMC account. The application status is listed on the homepage after you log in. For more information, view the application status definitions.

If you submitted a request for a LOMC through the mail using the paper MT-1, MT-2, MT-EZ forms, or used the eLOMA application process, visit the Status of Map Change Requests webpage for more information.

Last Updated: 
12/10/2013 - 17:48
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