Elevation Certificates

An Elevation Certificate is a form created by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), under the NFIP, as a compliance and insurance tool within federally mapped floodplains. 
  
This certificate verifies that structures are safely elevated above the expected 100-year flood level and they meet other floodplain requirements. Insurance companies utilize the certificates to determine flood insurance premiums for homeowners within flood hazard zones. The list below includes all the properties that have an elevation certificate on file with the City. To request a copy of an elevation certificate or to get information on how to obtain one, please contact your local floodplain administrator. 

List of Properties With Elevation Certificates (Excel) 
  
Latest Version of FEMA Form 81-31 Elevation Certifcate
  
   
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