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Georgia Department of Natural Resources


Mission

To reduce the damage to property and loss of life related to flooding hazards through sound floodplain management and implantation of accurate flood risk data.

About this site

On August 16, 1999, the State of Georgia entered into a Cooperating Technical Partner (CTP) agreement with FEMA Region IV. This agreement provides that the State of Georgia will assume responsibility for the development and updating of Digital Flood Insurance Rate Maps (DFIRMs) within all 159 counties in the State. Through this agreement, the State of Georgia is provided funding by FEMA for the production of DFIRMs, as well as, for the management of the DFIRM process. The amount of funding provided to the State is determined by FEMA Region IV each fiscal year, and is a function of the success of the State in producing DFIRMs, the ability of the State to obtain cost-share contributions from State or local sources, and the effectiveness of the State in linking improved floodplain management with improved floodplain mapping. The State is utilizing both state staff and consulting engineering firms to perform this work. The State's progress towards its objective is monitored quarterly by FEMA.

Disclaimer

The data shown is provided as a reference only and does not imply accuracy with regard to horizontal or vertical location. This data is not to be employed to determine any base flood elevations for NFIP (National Flood Insurance Program) purposes. For NFIP insurance and regulation purposes please refer to the published effective FIRM (Flood Rate Insurance Map) for your area of concern.

Welcome!

Welcome to the Georgia Department of Natural Resources Flood Map Viewer. The viewer displays effective DFIRM floodzones for the entire state of Georgia.

Click the Help Icon Help to access the icon descriptions. Hover on the Map Layers for a description of each layer.


Disclaimer

The data shown is provided as a reference only and does not imply accuracy with regard to horizontal or vertical location. This data is not to be employed to determine any base flood elevations for NFIP (National Flood Insurance Program) purposes. For NFIP insurance and regulation purposes please refer to the published effective FIRM (Flood Rate Insurance Map) for your area of concern.


Flood Risk Snapshot

A Flood Risk Snapshot will show your house, business or other structure with the flood zones surrounding it. In addition, the report indicates the flood zone and the effective FIRM panel at this point as well as explaining flood zones. The report is generated as a PDF so you can save it, print it or share it as needed.


Directions

The red outlined print pane on the screen shows the exact area which will be shown on the Flood Risk Snapshot. The box can be moved around the screen, allowing you to tailor the report to the area you are interested in. Regardless of the area selected, the red point you have already selected on the map will be used in the report to calculate the flood risk. You can zoom in/out to change the level of detail. You can also click and drag outside the highlighted print window to reposition the entire map.