-This site is under construction-
There are a number of ways you can view the flood hazards in Oregon, depending on your interest:
(also known as the “100-year” flood), with address search.
(Note: click on Basemap in viewer for Imagery background)
Read before entering:
This mosaic is composed of FEMA Flood Insurance Rate Maps, and are of three sources:
Preliminary studies, where no pre-existing digital data exists (currently Tillamook, Washington, and Klamath Counties); and
Digitized data, from FEMA paper Flood Insurance Rate Maps (combination of FEMA Q3 product and an Oregon-sponsored project).
Effective data is official, Preliminary is not final and there is a possibility of changes, and Digital data (much of Eastern Oregon) can be used for general purposes but may be spatially offset by a few hundred feet in places. Use with caution.
Note: While every attempt is made to keep this map up-to-date, including quarterly review to include any new map revisions, this interactive map is for general purpose use only - not for regulatory purposes. See below for official FEMA representation*
Oregon Hazards Explorer – same as above, but in the Oregon State University Natural Resources Institute (NRI) Oregon Explorer environment
DOGAMI HazVu – same as above, but coupled with other geohazards in the State.
*Official FEMA Flood Map Service Center – provides viewers and downloads, as well as access to LOMAs (Letter of Map Amendment).
Redesigned. In addition to a streamlined and intuitive user interface, the upgraded MSC provides a number of new features and benefits to the public. Plus, the products are now free. For a summary of changes, please see:
Also, for GIS Users, try these:
You will need Google Earth installed on your computer.