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Risk MAP Success Stories

FEMA and its partners have completed a number of projects as part of the Risk MAP program, working to identify, assess and reduce flood risk in communities across the nation.

These stories provide examples of Risk MAP successes at different stages in the process.

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This page describes the successes that came about from implementing the Risk MAP process at Blaine County, Idaho.

This page describes the successes that came about from implementing the Risk MAP process at the New York Catskills Watersheds.

This page describes the successes that came about from implementing the Risk MAP process at Clackamas County, Oregon.

This page describes the successes that came about from implementing the Risk MAP process at Gwinnett County, Georgia.

This page describes the successes that came about from implementing the Risk MAP process at Coweta County, Georgia.

This page describes the successes that came about from implementing the Risk MAP process in South Florida.

This page describes the successes that came about from implementing the Risk MAP process in the New Orleans area.

NEW YORK - Since early 2011, FEMA has been working closely with the New York City Department of Environmental Protection (NYCDEP), the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYSDEC), county and local government agencies, and local non-profit organizations to identify, assess, and reduce flood risk in six watersheds west of the Hudson River in New York State.