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FEMA Media Library

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FEMA Organizational Chart - Text Only

FEMA organizational chart as of September 24, 2021.

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Anna Marandi

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Feature Illustration - people talking

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Hurricane Maria 4-year mark

Puerto Rico's recovery four years after Hurricane María.

Lanney Holmes
Lanney Holmes

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FEMA Daily Public Assistance Grant Awards Activity 09-24-2021

FEMA Daily Public Assistance Grant Awards Activity 09-24-2021

Thumbnail of Pew's "Risk Rating 2.0: Projected Premium Changes by State - Estimated first-year premium changes for all existing NFIP and single-family home policies" tool
Pew Risk Rating Visualization - thumbnail

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Elevation Certificate Form (form only)

FEMA Form 086-0-33 : Use this form to provide elevation information needed to comply with community floodplain management ordinances; to determine the proper insurance premium rate; and or support a request for a Letter of Map Amendment (LOMA) to remove a building from the Special Flood Hazard Area.

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Elevation Certificate Form (form and instructions)

FEMA Form 086-0-33: Use this form to provide elevation information needed to comply with community floodplain management ordinances; to determine the proper insurance premium rate; and or support a request for a Letter of Map Amendment (LOMA) to remove a building from the Special Flood Hazard Area.

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Personal Property (Contents) Worksheet (MUST DOWNLOAD)

This form can be filled out online.

FEMA Form 206-FY-21-106: Policyholders use this form to list the inventory of flood-damaged personal property (also known as contents), which includes the quantity, description, actual cash value and amount of loss. This form replaces FEMA Form 086-0-6.

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Proof of Loss - Increased Cost of Compliance (ICC) (MUST DOWNLOAD)

This form can be filled out online.

FEMA Form 206-FY-21-109: This form supports calculations to determine the amount of insurance benefits for mitigation activities. Policyholders use this form to state the amount for an Increased Cost of Compliance claim with sworn details of loss. This form replaces FEMA Form 086-0-10.

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Manufactured (Mobile) Home/Travel Trailer Worksheet (MUST DOWNLOAD)

This form can be filled out online.

FEMA Form 206-FY-21-111: Policyholders use this form to provide information about the flood damage to a manufactured (mobile) home or travel trailer. This form replaces FEMA Form 086-0-17.

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First Notice of Loss (MUST DOWNLOAD)

This form can be filled out online.

FEMA Form 206-FY-21-110: Policyholders use this form to give prompt written notice of a flood loss to their NFIP insurer. This form includes information to aid a policyholder with reporting the loss. This form replaces FEMA Form 086-0-11.

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Building Property Worksheet (MUST DOWNLOAD)

This form can be filled out online.

FEMA Form 206-FY-21-107: Policyholders use this form provide specifications of the damaged building(s) and a detailed repair estimate, which includes an inventory of the of flood-damaged building property showing the quantity, description, actual cash value and amount of loss. This form replaces FEMA Form 086-0-7.

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Claim Appeal (MUST DOWNLOAD)

This form can be filled out online.

FEMA Form 206-FY-21-115: A policyholder may appeal a denial by an NFIP insurer directly to FEMA. The policyholder must: (a) submit the appeal within 60 days of the date of the denial letter for the item(s) denied, (b) include a copy of the denial letter, and (c) include this completed form, along with documentation that supports the appeal.

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Advance Payment Request - Building & Contents (MUST DOWNLOAD)

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FEMA Form 206-FY-21-113: Policyholders use this form to request an advance payment of the total claim payment for flood damage to eligible insured building property and personal property.

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Advance Payment Request - Increased Cost of Compliance (ICC) (MUST DOWNLOAD)

This form can be filled out online.

FEMA Form 206-FY-21-114: Policyholders use this form to request an advance payment of the total benefits payable under Increased Cost of Compliance (ICC) coverage.

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Proof of Loss - Building & Contents (Policyholder-Prepared) (MUST DOWNLOAD)

This form can be filled out online.

FEMA Form 206-FY-21-108: Policyholders use this form to provide a Proof of Loss to their insurer, which is the policyholder’s statement of the amount of money being requested, signed and sworn to by the policyholder, with documentation to support the amount requested. This form replaces FEMA Form 086-0-9.

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Proof of Loss - Building & Contents (Adjuster-Prepared) (MUST DOWNLOAD)

This form can be filled out online.

FEMA Form 206-FY-21-112: This form can be used when the adjuster prepares the Proof of Loss as a courtesy to the policyholder, who then reviews and verifies the accuracy of the information and amounts.

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NFIP Residential Basement Floodproofing Certificate (MUST DOWNLOAD)

This form can be filled out online.

FEMA Form 206-FY-21-122: Form for NFIP communities that have been granted an exception by FEMA to allow the construction of floodproofed residential basements in Special Flood Hazard Areas.