For all Letter of Map Revision, Conditional Letter of Map and Physical Map Revisions: For individual or community requests, these forms should be used for revisions to effective Flood Insurance Study reports, Flood Insurance Rate Maps or Flood Boundary and Floodway Maps.
Download the MT-2 Instructions
The Instructions provide an overview of the steps needed to request an MT-2, data and submittal checklists, and an overview and instructions for each of the available forms.
Download the Payment Information Form.
The Payment Information Form must be completed for all requests requiring a map product review and processing fee. Refer to the chart on the Flood Map-Related Fees on costs and payment methods accepted.
The payment form is used for several type of flood map-related requests.
Information to Include on Payment Form
- The name of the community and a project identifier (e.g., Floodville Estates Subdivision, Small Creek Channel Improvements).
- Indicate whether the fee is being submitted for an MT-1 application, an MT-2 application, or an External Data Request.
- The type of request should be indicated so that the fees can be matched to the requests. Indicate the request or case number if it is known. Generally, this number is not known when a revision is initially requested. However, the case number should be indicated in any subsequent correspondence with FEMA.
- Indicate the fee amount and type, and the method being used to pay the fee. Provide the credit card information requested, including signature, if the fee is paid by credit card.
Current floodmap fees can also be obtained by calling the FEMA Map Information eXchange, toll free, at 1-877-FEMA MAP (1-877-336-2627).
Form 1 - Overview and Concurrence
Download the Form 1 - Overview and Concurrence.
"Form 1 – Overview and Concurrence" provides basic information regarding the revision request and requires the signatures of the requester, community official, and engineer. This form is required for all Letter of Map Revision and Conditional Letter of Map Revision requests.
View Detailed Instructions for Completing Form 1
Form 2 - Riverine Hydrology and Hydraulics
Download the Form 2 - Riverine Hydrology and Hydraulics.
"Form 2 – Riverine Hydrology and Hydraulics" provides basic information on the scope and methodology of hydrologic and/or hydraulic analyses that are prepared in support of the revision request. This form should be used for revision requests that involve new or revised hydrologic and/or hydraulic analyses of rivers, streams, ponds, or small lakes.
View Detailed Instructions for Completing Form 2
Form 3 - Riverine Structures
Download the Form 3 – Riverine Structures.
"Form 3 – Riverine Structures" provides basic information regarding hydraulic structures constructed in the stream channel or floodplain. This form should be used for revision requests that involve new or proposed channelization, bridges/culverts, dams/basins, and/or levee/floodwall systems. For levee/floodwall systems, the form requires the signature of the registered Professional Engineer in charge of completing the submittal.
View Detailed Instructions for Completing Form 3
Form 4 - Coastal Analysis
Download the Form 4 – Coastal Analysis.
"Form 4 – Coastal Analysis" provides basic information on the scope and methodology of any coastal analyses prepared in support of the revision request. This form should be used for revision requests that involve new or revised coastal analyses.
View Detailed Instructions for Completing Form 4
Form 5 - Coastal Structures (Form 5)
Download the Form 5 – Coastal Structures.
"Form 5 – Coastal Structures" provides basic information regarding hydraulic structures constructed along the coast. This form should be used for revision requests that involve new or proposed levees/dikes, breakwaters, bulkheads, seawalls, and/or revetments along the coast.
View Detailed Instructions for Completing Form 5
Form 6 - Alluvial Fan Flooding
Download the Form 6 – Alluvial Fan Flooding.
"Form 6 – Alluvial Fan Flooding" provides basic information for analyses of alluvial fans. This form should be used for revision requests involving alluvial fans.
View Detailed Instructions for Completing Form 6