With the implementation of Risk Rating 2.0, FEMA delivers rates that more accurately reflect flood risk and ensure the National Flood Insurance Program will be here for this generation and generations to come.
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Risk Rating 2.0 Interactive Map
Try the new interactive map developed by the Association of State Floodplain Managers (ASFPM) and The Pew Charitable Trusts that breaks down projected premium changes by state and territory.
Take a deeper dive by reviewing ZIP code-level data for existing single-family homes (SFH) and all existing National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) policies.
Descriptions of Available Data and Information
For each state/territory and the District of Columbia, there are five documents available for download. Please see below for descriptions, or jump to the downloads.
Detailed report on the National Flood Insurance Program's Risk Rating 2.0 transformation for each state/territory.
Premium Change Analysis
Explanation of the numbers used in each state/territory's county and ZIP code breakdowns. Additionally, please see our county and ZIP code overview documents, which contain data for every state/territory in a single document:
- Overview: County-Level Premium Change Analysis
- County-level data for all states and territories
- Overview: ZIP Code-Level Premium Change Analysis
- ZIP code-level data for all states and territories
New Methodology vs Old Methodology
Compares rates that would occur under the old methodology to those implemented with the new methodology, Risk Rating 2.0. Includes average replacement cost value.
Includes explanation of and data on the numbers used in the state profile bar graphs for each state/territory included in the policy breakdowns. View the archived breakdowns.