FloodSmart.gov is Back in Business

Filed in Codes and Regulations, Disaster Response by on May 21, 2018 0 Comments

floodsmart homepageFor many years, FloodSmart.gov was a resource for residents, business owners, floodplain managers and others interested learning more about the National Flood Insurance Program. But FEMA was forced to deactivate it shortly after the site experienced security issues in late 2016.

Now, it’s back — and with a new look.

The new site draws on government best practices and regulations, as well as a range of research so the information is more streamlined and “customer-centric,” FEMA said.

The FloodSmart.gov team is continuing to develop new tools and resources to enhance the site. NAHB staff will continue to track its progress and will report any important new developments to members.

For additional information about flood insurance issues, contact Tamra Spielvogel.

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