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FEMA Flood Maps
FEMAThe Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has produced newly revised preliminary flood insurance rate maps.  Flood maps are being updated for communities across the country and are intended to incorporate the latest and most accurate information into the maps so that they better reflect the risk that communities face.  Flood maps show the extent to which areas are at risk for flooding, and are used to help determine flood insurance and building requirements.

Residents and property owners of the Town of Palm Beach may review the preliminary maps for their properties by clicking on the links in the left hand column.

To learn more about the Flood Insurance program, why the maps are being updated and how it affects property owners, click on the links below to download the following fact sheets:

Flood Insurance: How It Works

Flood Insurance and Flood Maps

Changes in Flood Maps: What Property Owners Need to Know

The NFIP and Levees: An Overview

Preferred Risk Policy Eligibility Extension & Flood Risk and Insurance: Know the Facts

Public Open House
A Public Open House is scheduled for Friday, December 5 from 9:00am to Noon at the following location to give residents and property owners in the Town of Palm Beach the opportunity to view newly revised preliminary flood insurance rate maps.

Emergency Operations Center
(3rd Floor of Central Fire-Rescue Station)
355 South County Road


This event will provide residents and property owners the opportunity to see the preliminary maps, learn about their risk of flooding, and ask Town staff questions about what the new maps may mean for their individual properties.