-This site is under construction-

There are a number of ways you can view the flood hazards in Oregon, depending on your interest:

 

Interactive Map

Interactive map of the FEMA Special Flood Hazard Area

(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:

Effective studies;

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*

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Oregon Hazards Explorersame as above, but in the Oregon State University Natural Resources Institute (NRI) Oregon Explorer environment

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DOGAMI HazVu

DOGAMI HazVu – same as above, but coupled with other geohazards in the State.

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FEMA Map Service Center

*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:  

FEMA MSC Factsheet, summer 2014 

 

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Also, for GIS Users, try these:

 

NFHL (National Flood Hazard Layer) for Google Earth
You will need Google Earth installed on your computer.

Click here for instructions and links for Google Earth

 

NFHL Web Map Service (WMS) for GIS applications

Click here for instructions and WMS link

 

 

 

 

Contact for Oregon Risk MAP

The Department of Land Conservation and Development is the lead on the Oregon Risk MAP project. To reach the program coordinator contact:

Stephen Lucker
635 Capitol St. NE, Suite 150
Salem, OR 97301-2540

stephen.lucker@state.or.us