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Flood Risk Open Houses

A Risk Mapping, Assessment, and Planning (Risk MAP) Flood Risk Open House is a great chance for community members to talk with FEMA and their local officials about flood risk. Community members can also learn how FEMA, their state and other partners can help them reduce risk.

A Flood Risk Open House shows residents how the preliminary version of their updated flood map may affect their property and then connects them with available support resources.

Upcoming Flood Risk Open Houses


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This virtual open house will provide an opportunity for residents to ask questions regarding preliminary flood maps being issued for Jefferson County, Colorado.

Past Events


Graphic of a folded map, with stylized water waves in front of it.
This virtual open house will provide an opportunity for residents to ask questions regarding preliminary flood maps being issued for the City and County of Denver. The new mapping relates to flooding potential from Sanderson Gulch and Sloan’s Lake.

Graphic of a folded map, with stylized water waves in front of it.
This virtual open house will provide an opportunity for residents to ask questions regarding preliminary flood maps being issued for the City and County of Denver. The new mapping relates to flooding potential from Sanderson Gulch and Sloan’s Lake.


Representatives from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) will host a Flood Map Information Virtual Open House for Pope County, Minnesota. The virtual open house will provide county residents with an opportunity to review a recently completed Preliminary Flood Insurance Study (FIS) and its accompanying Preliminary Flood Insurance Rate Maps (FIRMs).
Last updated February 10, 2021