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The Flood Insurance Rate Maps produced by FEMA, the Federal Emergency Management Association, highlight flood-risk and hazard areas. The maps also designate the areas where insurance premiums are higher due to the flood ... More »

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Flood Zone X is an area designated by the Federal Emergency Management Agency as having a moderate or minimal risk of flooding, explains FEMA. On the Flood Insurance Rate Map, Zone X shaded refers to an area with moderat... More »

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The Federal Emergency Management Agency produces and distributes all official flood plain maps, which are available on the FEMA.gov website as well as from most insurance agencies and county planning commissions. The FEM... More »

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The Federal Emergency Management Agency determines base flood elevations and publishes them in its Flood Insurance Rate Map, or FIRM, which designates special hazard areas and the risk premium zones for your community. S... More »

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Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) flood insurance rates depend on the risk policy zone, coverage amount and if the policy covers contents only or contents and the structure, states FloodSmart.gov. Homeowners can... More »

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The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) identifies flood zones by assessing the risks present in certain areas, including storm tides, river flow and rainfall, among other statistics, according to the FEMA website... More »

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