The Federal Emergency Management Agency's (FEMA) detailed digital flood hazard maps reflect current flood risks for Pasco County.
The latest maps, also referred to as Flood Insurance Rate Maps (FIRMs) Opens in New Window are in a digital format known as Digital Flood Insurance Rate Maps (DFIRMs). The DFIRMs, along with the Flood Insurance Study (FIS) (PDF) Opens in New Window became effective September 26, 2014 after an 18-month Flood Map Modernization process Opens in New Window . The maps illustrate flood hazards throughout the County and are used when determining flood insurance policy rates. Residents and businesses can view the maps to better understand their potential flood risks to help identify steps they may need to take to protect against property damage and loss.
Learn about the watersheds and drainage systems within Pasco County and how everyone can do their part in keeping the drainage systems in working order.
Have a Plan, Learn vital preparedness information including protecting your home, family, and pets; what to expect after the storm; insuring against disaster; and much more.
What can be done to mitigate against and recover from a flood event? Find out here : Protect Your Property
If you have any questions send an email to Floodinfo@pascocountyfl.net.
To learn more about the NFIP, determining flood risk, elevation certificates along with building and development requirements review the Flood Information Brochure (PDF).