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Open Houses in Your Region

Flood Map Open Houses are currently being held online for cities and counties across the U.S. Find an open house being held for your location, or browse resources from past events.

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Learn more about what you can expect at a Flood Map Open House.

Upcoming Flood Risk Open Houses



New flood maps have been developed for LaMoure County, City of Dickey, City of Edgeley, City of LaMoure, City of Marion, Township of Grand Rapids, City of Berlin, City of Jud, City of Kulm, and the City of Verona. If residents or businesses feel there is an error in the map, they have a 90-day period to provide scientific or engineering data.


New flood maps have been developed for Stutsman County, City of Jamestown, and the City of Montpelier. If residents or businesses feel there is an error in the map, they have a 90-day period to provide scientific or engineering data.


New flood maps have been developed for Dickey County, City of Ludden, City of Oakes, City of Ellendale, City of Forbes, City of Fullerton, and the City of Monango. If residents or businesses feel there is an error in the map, they have a 90-day period to provide scientific or engineering data.


Cass County’s flood insurance rate map update is nearing completion. The new maps will provide Cass County with more accurate flood risk information that can help local officials and residents make informed decisions about reducing flood risks and purchasing flood insurance.


Davison County’s flood insurance rate map update is nearing completion. The new maps will provide Davison County with more accurate flood risk information that can help local officials and residents make informed decisions about reducing flood risks and purchasing flood insurance.


New flood maps have been developed for the City of Creede and unincorporated areas of Mineral County. If residents or businesses feel there is an error in the map, they have a 90-day period to provide scientific or engineering data. Any comments on incorrect labels or other minor errors will be received during this time as well.