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Levee Tools, Templates and Success Stories for Community Outreach

Browse fact sheets, infographics and success stories to support your community outreach efforts to educate communities about levees, the associated risk and actions they can take to reduce that risk.

Levee Tools, Templates and Success Stories for Community Outreach

This document container hosts a series of levee documents including fact sheets, infographics and Success Stories. The purpose of these documents is to support community outreach and educate communities about levees, the associated risk and actions they can take to reduce that risk.

Structural-Based Inundation Procedure: Modeling and Mapping Non-Accredited Levees

Natural Valley Procedure: Modeling and Mapping Non-Accredited Levees

Sound Reach Procedure: Modeling Mapping Non-Accredited Levees

Freeboard Deficient Procedure: Modeling and Mapping Non-Accredited Levees

Overtopping Procedure: Modeling and Mapping Non-Accredited Levees

Region IX Success Story: Coachella

Zone D and Levees

Levees Risk and Mitigation Community Officials

Levees Risk and Mitigation: Property Owners

At-a-Glance Process Infographic

Commonly used Terms and Acronyms for Levee Systems

Region IV Success Story: Georgia

Flood Hazard Mapping Projects and Levees

Levees and Flood Insurance

Stakeholder Engagement for FEMA Levee Analysis and Mapping Procedures Infographic

Region VI Success Story: Tulsa

History of Levees Factsheet

Living with Levees: A Share Responsibility – Factsheet for Homeowners and Professionals

Factsheet: What is a Levee?

Last updated August 21, 2020