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McIntosh County, North Dakota Flood Risk Public Open House

The FEMA logo in black and white.

A public meeting is being held to discuss new flood insurance maps for McIntosh County.

Date: novembre 22, 2021

Heure: 9:30 am - 11:00 am

Emplacement: Sur site et virtuel

Mcintosh County Courthouse Courtroom

112 1st St NE, Ashley, ND 58413

Détails de l’évènement

Who: McIntosh County residents, property owners, business owners, local officials, realtors, insurance agents and more. Please feel free to forward this invite to additional stakeholders.

What: Flood Risk Public Open House

When: 10:30 a.m. CT, Monday, November 22

Where: In-person and Virtually!


Mcintosh County Courthouse Courtroom

112 1st St NE, Ashley, ND 58413


Join Zoom Meeting here:

Meeting ID:        161 8283 3472

Password:          386599

Phone:                  +1 669 254 5252 US

Why: New preliminary flood maps, known as Flood Insurance Rate Maps (FIRMs), have been released for McIntosh County as part of a partnership between FEMA and the North Dakota Department of Water Resources. The new digital maps use updated data and science to show the extent to which the areas throughout McIntosh County are at risk for flooding, which may affect floodplain development requirements and/or flood insurance rates once effective.

Join FEMA, North Dakota DWR and County/Local officials for an opportunity to:

  • Find your property and learn your current flood risk
  • Get answers to your questions
  • Learn about flood insurance
  • Get information on how the newly updated maps may impact insurance and building requirements
  • Hear about potential cost savings

Contact pour l’événement

For additional information, contact McIntosh County Auditor:

Gina Ketterling,