fema

Coordinate system: NAD 1983 HARN StatePlane Florida North FIPS 0903 Feet

Theme keywords: FIRM, SFHA, Floodway, DFIRM Database, Flood Insurance Rate Map, Base Flood Elevation, FEMA Flood Hazard Zone, Digital Flood Insurance Rate Map, Riverine, Special Flood Hazard Area, NFIP, environment, DFIRM, planningCadastre , elevation, planningCadastre, environment

Abstract: The Digital Flood Insurance Rate Map (DFIRM) Database depicts flood risk information and supporting data used to develop the risk data. The primary risk classifications used are the 1-percent-annual-chance flood event, the 0.2-percent-annual-chance flood event, and areas of minimal flood risk. The DFIRM Database is derived from Flood Insurance Studies (FISs), previously published Flood Insurance Rate Maps (FIRMs), flood hazard analyses performed in support of the FISs and FIRMs, and new mapping data, where available. The FISs and FIRMs are published by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). The file is georeferenced to earth's surface using the UTM projection and coordinate system.The specifications for the horizontal control of DFIRM data files are consistent with those required for mapping at a scale of 1:12,000.

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Identification Information:


Citation:
Citation information:
Originators: Federal Emergency Management Agency


Title:
fema


Publication date: 20130916
Geospatial data presentation form: Vector Data


Publication information:
Publication place: Washington, DC
Publisher: Federal Emergency Management Agency

Other citation details:
12073C_20050316_metadata


Online linkage: http://tlcportal.gis.local/Downloads/fema.zip


Description:
Abstract:
The Digital Flood Insurance Rate Map (DFIRM) Database depicts flood risk information and supporting data used to develop the risk data. The primary risk classifications used are the 1-percent-annual-chance flood event, the 0.2-percent-annual-chance flood event, and areas of minimal flood risk. The DFIRM Database is derived from Flood Insurance Studies (FISs), previously published Flood Insurance Rate Maps (FIRMs), flood hazard analyses performed in support of the FISs and FIRMs, and new mapping data, where available. The FISs and FIRMs are published by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). The file is georeferenced to earth's surface using the UTM projection and coordinate system.The specifications for the horizontal control of DFIRM data files are consistent with those required for mapping at a scale of 1:12,000.

Purpose:
The FIRM is the basis for floodplain management, mitigation, and insurance activities for the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP). Insurance applications include enforcement of the mandatory purchase requirement of the Flood Disaster Protection Act, which "... requires the purchase of flood insurance by property owners who are being assisted by Federal programs or by Federally supervised, regulated or insured agencies or institutions in the acquisition or improvement of land facilities located or to be located in identified areas having special flood hazards," Section 2 (b) (4) of the Flood Disaster Protection Act of 1973. In addition to the identification of Special Flood Hazard Areas (SFHAs), the risk zones shown on the FIRMs are the basis for the establishment of premium rates for flood coverage offered through the NFIP. The DFIRM Database presents the flood risk information depicted on the FIRM in a digital format suitable for use in electronic mapping applications. The DFIRM database is a subset of the Digital FIS database that serves to archive the information collected during the FIS.

Time period of content:
Time period information:
Single date/time:
Calendar date: 20050316

Currentness reference:
FIRM and FIS effective date

Status:
Progress: Complete
Maintenance and update frequency: Irregular

Spatial domain:
Bounding coordinates:
West bounding coordinate: -84.716133
East bounding coordinate: -83.976367
North bounding coordinate: 30.685532
South bounding coordinate: 30.273028

Keywords:
Theme:
Theme keywords: FIRM, SFHA, Floodway, DFIRM Database, Flood Insurance Rate Map, Base Flood Elevation, FEMA Flood Hazard Zone, Digital Flood Insurance Rate Map, Riverine, Special Flood Hazard Area, NFIP, environment, DFIRM, planningCadastre
Theme keyword thesaurus: None

Theme:
Theme keywords: elevation, planningCadastre, environment
Theme keyword thesaurus: ISO 19115 Topic Categories

Place:
Place keywords: LEON COUNTY, FLORIDA
Place keyword thesaurus: None

Access constraints: None
Use constraints:
The hardcopy FIRM and DFIRM and the accompanying FISs are the official designation of SFHAs and Base Flood Elevations (BFEs) for the NFIP. For the purposes of the NFIP, changes to the flood risk information published by FEMA may only be performed by FEMA and through the mechanisms established in the NFIP regulations (44 CFR Parts 59-78). These digital data are produced in conjunction with the hardcopy FIRMs and generally matches the hardcopy map exactly. However the hardcopy flood maps and flood profiles are the authoritative documents for the NFIP. Acknowledgement of FEMA would be appreciated in products derived from these data.

Point of contact:
Contact information:
Contact organization primary:
Contact organization: Federal Emergency Management Agency
Contact position: Federal Insurance and Mitigation Administration


Contact address:
Address type: mailing
Address:
500 C Street, S.W.
City: Washington
State or province: District of Columbia
Postal code: 20472
Country: US

Contact voice telephone: 1-800-358-9616


Contact electronic mail address: www.fema.gov/msc


Native data set environment:
Microsoft Windows 7 Version 6.1 (Build 7601) Service Pack 1; Esri ArcGIS 10.2.2.3552


Cross reference:
Citation information:
Originators: Federal Emergency Management Agency


Title:
Flood Insurance Study, LEON COUNTY, FLORIDA


Publication date: 20050316
Geospatial data presentation form: Document


Publication information:
Publication place: Washington, DC
Publisher: Federal Emergency Management Agency

Cross reference:
Citation information:
Originators: Federal Emergency Management Agency


Title:
Raster DFIRM, LEON COUNTY, FLORIDA


Publication date: 20050316
Geospatial data presentation form: Raster Digital Data


Publication information:
Publication place: Washington, DC
Publisher: Federal Emergency Management Agency

Cross reference:
Citation information:
Originators: Federal Emergency Management Agency


Title:
Flood Insurance Rate Map, LEON COUNTY, FLORIDA


Publication date: 20050316
Geospatial data presentation form: Map


Publication information:
Publication place: Washington, DC
Publisher: Federal Emergency Management Agency

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Data Quality Information:


Attribute accuracy:
Attribute accuracy report:
The DFIRM Database consists of countywide vector files and associated attributes produced in conjunction with the hard copy FEMA FIRM. The published effective FIRM and DFIRM maps are issued as the official designation of the SFHAs. As such they are adopted by local communities and form the basis for administration of the NFIP. For these purposes they are authoritative. Provisions exist in the regulations for public review, appeals and corrections of the flood risk information shown to better match real world conditions. As with any engineering analysis of this type, variation from the estimated flood heights and floodplain boundaries is possible. Details of FEMA's requirements for the FISs and flood mapping process that produces these data are available in the Guidelines and Specifications for Flood Hazard Mapping Partners. Attribute accuracy was tested by manual comparison of source graphics with hardcopy plots and a symbolized display on an interactive computer graphic system. Independent quality control testing of FEMA's DFIRM database was also performed. To obtain more detailed information in areas where Base Flood Elevations (BFEs) and/or floodways have been determined, users are encouraged to consult the Flood Profiles and Floodway Data and/or Summary of Stillwater Elevations tables contained within the FIS report that accompanies this DFIRM database. Users should be aware that BFEs shown in the S_BFE table represent rounded whole-foot elevations. These BFEs are intended for flood insurance rating purposes only and should not be used as the sole source of flood elevation information. Accordingly, flood elevation data presented in the FIS report must be used in conjunction with the FIRM for purposes of construction and/or floodplain management. The 1-percent-annual- chance water-surface elevations shown in the S_XS table match the regulatory elevations shown in the FIS report.

Logical consistency report:
ESRI feature type: Simple, Geometry: Polygon, Topology:

Completeness report:
Data contained in the DFIRM Database files reflect the content of the source materials. Features may have been eliminated or generalized on the source graphic, due to scale and legibility constraints. With new mapping, FEMA plans to maintain full detail in the spatial data it produces. However, older information is often transferred from existing maps where some generalization has taken place. Flood risk data are developed for communities participating in the NFIP for use in insurance rating and for floodplain management. Flood hazard areas are determined using statistical analyses of records of river flow, storm tides, and rainfall; information obtained through consultation with the communities; floodplain topographic surveys; and hydrological and hydraulic analysis. Both detailed and approximate analyses are employed. Generally, detailed analyses are used to generate flood risk data only for developed or developing areas of communities. For areas where little or no development is expected to occur, FEMA uses approximate analyses to generate flood risk data. Typically, only drainage areas that are greater than one square mile are studied.

Positional accuracy:
Horizontal positional accuracy:
Horizontal positional accuracy report:
The DFIRM Database consists of countywide vector files and associated attributes produced in conjunction with the hardcopy FEMA FIRM. The published effective FIRM and DFIRM are issued as the official designation of the SFHAs. As such they are adopted by local communities and form the basis for administration of the NFIP. For these purposes they are authoritative. Provisions exist in the regulations for public review, appeals and corrections of the flood risk information shown to better match real world conditions. As with any engineering analysis of this type, variation from the estimated flood heights and floodplain boundaries is possible. Details of FEMA's requirements for the FISs and flood mapping process that produces these data are available in the Guidelines and Specifications for Flood Hazard Mapping Partners. Horizontal accuracy was tested by manual comparison of source graphics with hardcopy plots and a symbolized display on an interactive computer graphic system. Independent quality control testing of FEMA's DFIRM database was also performed.

Vertical positional accuracy:
Vertical positional accuracy report:
The DFIRM Database consists of countywide vector files and associated attributes produced in conjunction with the hardcopy FEMA FIRM. The published effective FIRM and DFIRM maps are issued as the official designation of the SFHAs. As such they are adopted by local communities and form the basis for administration of the NFIP. For these purposes they are authoritative. Provisions exist in the regulations for public review, appeals and corrections of the flood risk information shown to better match real world conditions. As with any engineering analysis of this type, variation from the estimated flood heights and floodplain boundaries is possible. Details of FEMA's requirements for the FISs and flood mapping process that produces these data are available in the Guidelines and Specifications for Flood Hazard Mapping Partners. Vertical accuracy was tested by manual comparison of source graphics with hardcopy plots and a symbolized display on an interactive computer graphic system. Independent quality control testing of FEMA's DFIRM database was also performed.

Lineage:
Source information:
Source citation:
Citation information:
Originators: U.S. Geological Survey


Title:
7.5-Minute Quadrangle Grid


Publication date: 19990101
Geospatial data presentation form: Vector digital data


Publication information:
Publication place: Redlands, CA
Publisher: ESRI

Other citation details:
Grid of USGS 7.5-Minute Series Topographic Maps.


Source scale denominator: 0
Type of source media: hardcopyPaper
Source citation abbreviation:
Fema (FIS1)
Source contribution:
Spatial and attribute information for political entities, cross sections, floodplain information, BFEs, station start descriptions, general structures, and some feature names.

Source time period of content:
Time period information:
Single date/time:
Calendar date: 20050316

Source currentness reference:
FIS Effective dates

Source information:
Source citation:
Citation information:
Originators: City of Tallahassee Stormwater Management Department, Leon County Geographic Information Systems Department, U.S. Geological Survey, and City of Tallahassee.


Title:
Leon County base map


Publication date: 19940101
Geospatial data presentation form: Vector digital data


Publication information:
Publication place: Tallahassee, FL and Reston, VA
Publisher: City of Tallahassee Stormwater Management Department, Leon County Geographic Information Systems Department, U.S. Geological Survey, and City of Tallahassee.

Other citation details:
Base map information files were provided by the City of Tallahassee Stormwater Management Department and the Leon County Geographic Information Systems Department. These files were photgrammetrically compiled at scales of 1"=200' (urban areas) and 1"=400' (rural areas) from aerial photographs. Base map features in the Apalachicola National Forest were derived from U.S. Geological Survey 1:100,000 scale Digital Line Graph files. Subsequent modifications to the road network were based on the 1994 Street Atlas of Leon County supplied by the City of Tallahassee.


Source scale denominator: 0
Type of source media: hardcopyPaper
Source citation abbreviation:
Fema (FIS1)
Source contribution:
Spatial and attribute information for political entities, cross sections, floodplain information, BFEs, station start descriptions, general structures, and some feature names.

Source time period of content:
Time period information:
Single date/time:
Calendar date: 20050316

Source currentness reference:
FIS Effective dates

Source information:
Source citation:
Citation information:
Originators: Federal Emergency Management Agency


Title:
Flood Insurance Study


Publication date: 20050316
Geospatial data presentation form: Map and report


Publication information:
Publication place: Washington, D.C.
Publisher: Federal Emergency Management Agency

Other citation details:
The FIS and FIRM are the basis for floodplain management, mitigation, and insurance activities for the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP). This DFIRM includes data previously published by FEMA in the following Flood Insurance Studies: Leon County (Unincorporated Areas), Florida, 19971119, City of Tallahassee, Florida 19971119. The sources of authority for this FIS are the National Flood Insurance Act of 1968 and the Flood Disaster Protection Act of 1973. This FIS was prepared to include the incorporated communities within Leon County into a countywide FIS. Information on the authority and acknowledgments for each jurisdiction included in this countywide FIS, as compiled from their previously printed FIS reports, is shown below. Leon County (Unincorporated Areas): the hydrologic and hydraulic analyses for the FIS report dated June 15, 1982, were prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), for the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), under Inter-Agency Agreement No. IAA-H-17-75, Project Order No. 9. That work was completed in May 1978. Tallahassee, City of: the hydrologic and hydraulic analyses for the FIS report dated December 6, 1976, were prepared by the USGS, for the Federal Insurance Administration, under Inter-Agency Agreement No. IAA-H-3-73, Project Order No. 3. The hydrologic and hydraulic analyses for the FIS report dated August 5, 1986, were prepared by the USGS. For the November 19, 1997, FIS, revised hydrologic and hydraulic analyses for Alford Arm, Alford Arm Tributary, Bradford Brook, Cascade Lake, East Drainage Ditch, Fords Arm Tributary, Grassy Lake, Gum Creek, Lake Bradford, Lake Hiawatha, Lake Lafayette (upper and lower), Lake Overstreet Tributary, McCord Park Pond Drainage Ditch, Meginnis Arm Tributary, Middle Drainage Ditch, Munson Slough, North Branch Gum Creek, Northeast Drainage Ditch, Northwood Mall Drainage Ditch, Ochlockonee River, Park Avenue Ditch, Piney Z Lake, Richview Road Ditch, Royal Oaks Creek, San Luis Branch, St. Augustine Branch, West Branch Gum Creek, West Drainage Ditch, West Drainage Ditch Tributary, and Windrush Apartments Ditch were prepared by the USGS. That work was completed in 1987. For the April 3, 2002, preliminary FIS, the hydrologic and hydraulic analyses for Alford Arm Tributary were performed by Post, Buckley, Schuh & Jernigan (PBS&J). This work was completed in March 2001. The analyses for Northeast Drainage Ditch were performed by Singhofen & Associates, Inc. This work was completed in May 2000. For this revision, the hydrologic and hydraulic analyses for East Drainage Ditch were performed by Dyer, Riddle, Mills & Precourt, Inc. (DRMP). This work was completed in July 2001. The analyses for West Drainage Ditch were performed by Engineering Methods and Applications (EMA) (a division of Watershed Concepts). This work was completed in December 2002. The digital base map information files for this countywide FIS were provided by the City of Tallahassee, Stormwater Management Department, City Hall, 300 South Adams Street, Tallahassee, Florida 32301; and the Leon County Geographic Information Systems Department, 301 South Monroe Street, Tallahassee, Florida 32301. These files were photogrammetrically compiled at scales of 1"=200' (urban areas) and 1"=400' (rural areas) from aerial photographs. These files were collected in Florida State Plane Coordinates (north zone) referenced to the National Geodetic Vertical Datum of 1929 (NGVD 29). Base map features in the Appalachicola National Forest were derived from USGS 1:100,000 scale Digital Line Graph files. Subsequent modifications to the road network were based on the 1994 Street Atlas of Leon County supplied by the City of Tallahassee. The digital FIRM was produced using Universal Transverse Mercator coordinates referenced to the North American Datum of 1927, and the Clarke 1866 spheroid. This FIS covers the geographic area of Leon County, Florida. The area of study is shown on the Vicinity Map. All or portions of the following flooding sources were studied by detailed methods. Limits of detailed study are indicated on the Flood Profiles and on the FIRM. Alford Arm Tributary, Bradford Brook, Cascade Lake, CMC Pond, East Drainage Ditch, Fords Arm Tributary, Goose Pond Tributary, Grassy Lake, Gum Creek, Harriman Circle Pond, Lake Bradford, Lake Hiawatha, Lake Lafayette (upper and lower), Lake Overstreet Tributary, McCord Park Pond Drainage Ditch, Meginnis Arm Tributary, Middle Drainage Ditch, Munson Slough, North Branch Gum Creek, Northeast Drainage Ditch, Northeast Drainage Ditch Overland Flow, Northeast Drainage Ditch Tributary 1, Northeast Drainage Ditch Tributary 2, Northwood Mall Drainage Ditch, Ochlockonee River, Park Avenue Ditch, Phillips Road Pond, Piney Z Lake, Ponding Area 282-1, Ponding Area 301-1, Ponding Area 301-2, Ponding Area 301-3, Ponding Area 301-4, Ponding Area 301-5, Ponding Area 301-6, Ponding Area 301-7, Ponding Area 303-1, Ponding Area 303-2, Richview Road Ditch, Royal Oaks Creek, San Luis Branch, St. Augustine Branch, West Branch Gum Creek, West Drainage Ditch, West Drainage Ditch Tributary, and Windrush Apartments Ditch As part of the November 19, 1997, FIS, updated analyses were included for the following flooding sources. The format for this list shows the stream name and the limits of revised or new detailed study for the November 19, 1997, FIS: Alford Arm: for its entire shoreline within the county. Alford Arm Tributary: for its entire length within the county. Bradford Brook: from the confluence with Cascade Lake to just downstream of Aenon Church Road. Cascade Lake: for its entire shoreline within the county. East Drainage Ditch: for its entire length within the county Fords Arm Tributary: from the upstream face of Meridian Road to a point approximately 1,250 feet upstream of Trillium Court. Grassy Lake: for its entire shoreline within the county. Gum Creek: for its entire length within the county. Lake Bradford: for its entire shoreline within the county. Lake Hiawatha: for its entire shoreline within the county. Lake Lafayette (upper and lower): for its entire shoreline within the county. Lake Overstreet Tributary: from the upstream side of Meridian Road to a point approximately 1,900 feet upstream of Bobbin Brook West. McCord Park Pond Drainage Ditch: from its confluence with Northeast Drainage Ditch to the downstream side of Betton Road. Meginnis Arm Tributary: from a point approximately 2,500 feet downstream of the confluence of Northwood Mall Drainage Ditch to a point approximately 1,350 feet upstream of Allen Road and from Starmount Drive to Meridian Road. Middle Drainage Ditch: for its entire length within the county. Munson Slough: for its entire length within the county. North Branch Gum Creek: for its entire length within the county. Northeast Drainage Ditch: for its entire length within the county. Northwood Mall Drainage Ditch: from the confluence with Meginnis Arm Tributary to a point approximately 600 feet upstream of Allen Road. Ochlockonee River: from Jackson Bluff Dam to a point approximately 550 feet downstream of Interstate Route 10. Park Avenue Ditch: for its entire length within the county. Piney Z Lake: for its entire shoreline within the county. Richview Road Ditch: from the confluence with Park Avenue Ditch to a point approximately 90 feet upstream of Park Avenue. Royal Oaks Creek: from its confluence with Lake Kinsale (Alford Arm Tributary) to a point approximately 650 feet upstream of Foxcroft Drive. San Luis Branch: from its confluence with West Drainage Ditch to a point approximately 1,300 feet upstream of Ocala Road. St. Augustine Branch: for its entire length within the county. West Branch Gum Creek: from its confluence with Gum Creek to CSX Transportation. West Drainage Ditch: for its entire length within the county. West Drainage Ditch Tributary: from the confluence with West Drainage Ditch to the downstream side of Bellevue Way. For the April 3, 2002, preliminary FIS, the following streams were restudied by detailed methods: Alford Arm Tributary: from State Route 146 to a point just downstream of Thomasville Road. CMC Pond: for its entire shoreline within the county. Goose Pond Tributary: for its entire length within the county. Harriman Circle Pond: for its entire length within the county. McCord Park Pond Drainage Ditch: at confluence with Northeast Drainage Ditch to approximately 250 feet downstream of State Route 151. Northeast Drainage Ditch: from the upstream side of Weems Road to approximately one mile upstream of Lonnbladh Road. Northeast Drainage Ditch Overland Flow: for its entire length within the county. Northeast Drainage Ditch Tributary 1: for its entire length within the county. Northeast Drainage Ditch Tributary 2: for its entire length within the county. Park Avenue Ditch: at confluence with Northeast Drainage Ditch to CSX Transportation. Phillips Road Pond: for its entire length within the county. Ponding Area 282-1: for its entire length within the county. Ponding Area 301-1: for its entire length within the county. Ponding Area 301-2: for its entire length within the county. Ponding Area 301-3: for its entire length within the county. Ponding Area 301-4: for its entire length within the county. Ponding Area 301-5: for its entire length within the county. Ponding Area 301-6: for its entire length within the county. Ponding Area 301-7: for its entire length within the county. Ponding Area 303-1: for its entire length within the county. Ponding Area 303-2: for its entire length within the county. Royal Oaks Creek: for its entire length within the county. East Drainage Ditch: from the confluence with Munson Slough to a point approximately 1,160 feet downstream of Apakin Road. West Drainage Ditch: from approximately 300 feet upstream of U.S. Highway 90 to a point just downstream of Madry Street. The following list depicts flooding sources that have names in this countywide FIS other than those used in the previously printed FISs for the communities in which they are located. The format used shows the community name, old flooding source name, and finally the new flooding source name: Leon County (Unincorporated Areas): Old Name- West Branch Gum Creek (from Blountstown Highway to confluence of North and West Branches of Gum Creek) New Name- Gum Creek. Leon County (Unincorporated Areas)/City of Tallahassee: Old Name- Long Pond New Name- Lake Kinsale. Old Name- Long Pond New Name- Lake Killarney Old Name- Lond Pond New Name- Lake Kanturk Old Name- West Arm Tributary New Name- Northeast Drainage Ditch. Tallahassee, City of: Old Name- Backus Lake New Name- Pine Hill Lake Old Name- Central Ditch New Name- Middle Drainage Ditch Old Name- Diane Lake New Name- Lower Diane Lake Old Name- Middle Ditch (from confluence with Munson Slough to CSX Transportation) New Name- Middle Drainage Ditch. Tallahassee, City of: Old Name- Middle Ditch (from CSX Transportation to U.S. Route 90) New Name- St. Augustine Branch Old Name- Monkey Business Pond New Name- Lake Monkey Business Old Name- South Ditch New Name- East Drainage Ditch Old Name- West Ditch New Name- West Drainage Ditch. The April 3, 2003, FIS incorporated two Letters of Map Revision (LOMRs) for the City of Tallahassee. The LOMR dated January 4, 2002, was issued for McCord Park Pond Drainage Ditch. The LOMR dated April 20, 2000, was issued for Park Avenue Ditch. The revision to the FIS and FIRM reflected more up-to-date corporate limits for the City of Tallahassee. The areas studied by detailed methods were selected with priority given to all known flood hazard areas and areas of projected development and proposed construction. All or portions of numerous flooding sources in the county were studied by approximate methods. Approximate analyses were used to study those areas having a low development potential or minimal flood hazards. The scope and methods of study were proposed to, and agreed upon by, FEMA and the affected communities. In 2006, FEMA issued two LOMRs to revise the Flood Insurance Rate Map (FIRM) for two areas in Tallahassee. The two areas are the Middle Drainage Ditch area and the East Park Avenue area. These LOMRs affected the polygons representing the SFHA (100-year flood area) Zones A and AE. The LOMR for the Middle Drainage Ditch area has an effective date of August 24, 2006. The FEMA Case # is 05-04-2969P-120144. The LOMR for the Park Avenue area has an effective date of December 28, 2006. The FEMA Case # is 05-04-1773P-120144. These LOMRs are available for free download from the FEMA Map Service Center website (www.msc.fema.gov). Two consulting companies working for FEMA created digital files of the changed SFHA areas described in the LOMRs. Singhofen and Associates, Inc. created a digital shapefile of the changed SFHA for the Middle Drainage Ditch area. of the changed SFHA for the Middle Drainage Ditch area. Varnum and Associates, Inc. created a digital CAD file of the changed SFHA for the Park Avenue area. These digital files were provided to the City of Tallahassee Public Works Department Stormwater Management Division. The Stormwater Management Division GIS Analyst (V. Johnson) created a shapefile of the digital files provided by the consulting companies. A copy was made of the "FEMA" shapefile (in the edbwin\envirn folder). Polygons in the FEMA copy were intersected with the LOMR shapefile. Clean-up included removing polygons that were no longer designated as SFHA, as well as fixing numerous sliver polygons.


Source scale denominator: 0
Type of source media: hardcopyPaper
Source citation abbreviation:
Fema (FIS1)
Source contribution:
Spatial and attribute information for political entities, cross sections, floodplain information, BFEs, station start descriptions, general structures, and some feature names.

Source time period of content:
Time period information:
Single date/time:
Calendar date: 20050316

Source currentness reference:
FIS Effective dates

Source information:
Source citation:
Citation information:
Originators: National Geodetic Survey


Title:
Geodetic bench mark positions and descriptions


Publication date: 20050101
Geospatial data presentation form: Vector digital data


Publication information:
Publication place: Silver Spring, MD
Publisher: National Geodetic Survey

Other citation details:
The National Geodetic Survey (NGS) serves as the Nation's depository for geodetic data in the National Spatial Reference System. These geodetic data include bench marks and other control points that provide the base of reference for latitude, longitude, height, scale, orientation, and gravity measurements used throughout the United States.


Source scale denominator: 0
Type of source media: hardcopyPaper
Source citation abbreviation:
Fema (FIS1)
Source contribution:
Spatial and attribute information for political entities, cross sections, floodplain information, BFEs, station start descriptions, general structures, and some feature names.

Source time period of content:
Time period information:
Single date/time:
Calendar date: 20050316

Source currentness reference:
FIS Effective dates

Source information:
Source citation:
Citation information:
Originators: Federal Emergency Management Agency


Title:
LEON COUNTY, FLORIDA, Digital Flood Insurance Rate Map


Publication date: 20050316
Geospatial data presentation form: Vector digital data


Publication information:
Publication place: Washington, D.C.
Publisher: Federal Emergency Management Agency

Other citation details:
Grid of FIRM panels created for this Flood Insurance Study.


Source scale denominator: 0
Type of source media: hardcopyPaper
Source citation abbreviation:
Fema (FIS1)
Source contribution:
Spatial and attribute information for political entities, cross sections, floodplain information, BFEs, station start descriptions, general structures, and some feature names.

Source time period of content:
Time period information:
Single date/time:
Calendar date: 20050316

Source currentness reference:
FIS Effective dates

Process step:
Process description:
The FIS and FIRM are the basis for floodplain management, mitigation, and insurance activities for the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP). This DFIRM includes data previously published by FEMA in the following Flood Insurance Studies: Leon County (Unincorporated Areas), Florida, 19971119, City of Tallahassee, Florida 19971119. The sources of authority for this FIS are the National Flood Insurance Act of 1968 and the Flood Disaster Protection Act of 1973. This FIS was prepared to include the incorporated communities within Leon County into a countywide FIS. Information on the authority and acknowledgments for each jurisdiction included in this countywide FIS, as compiled from their previously printed FIS reports, is shown below. Leon County (Unincorporated Areas): the hydrologic and hydraulic analyses for the FIS report dated June 15, 1982, were prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), for the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), under Inter-Agency Agreement No. IAA-H-17-75, Project Order No. 9. That work was completed in May 1978. Tallahassee, City of: the hydrologic and hydraulic analyses for the FIS report dated December 6, 1976, were prepared by the USGS, for the Federal Insurance Administration, under Inter-Agency Agreement No. IAA-H-3-73, Project Order No. 3. The hydrologic and hydraulic analyses for the FIS report dated August 5, 1986, were prepared by the USGS. For the November 19, 1997, FIS, revised hydrologic and hydraulic analyses for Alford Arm, Alford Arm Tributary, Bradford Brook, Cascade Lake, East Drainage Ditch, Fords Arm Tributary, Grassy Lake, Gum Creek, Lake Bradford, Lake Hiawatha, Lake Lafayette (upper and lower), Lake Overstreet Tributary, McCord Park Pond Drainage Ditch, Meginnis Arm Tributary, Middle Drainage Ditch, Munson Slough, North Branch Gum Creek, Northeast Drainage Ditch, Northwood Mall Drainage Ditch, Ochlockonee River, Park Avenue Ditch, Piney Z Lake, Richview Road Ditch, Royal Oaks Creek, San Luis Branch, St. Augustine Branch, West Branch Gum Creek, West Drainage Ditch, West Drainage Ditch Tributary, and Windrush Apartments Ditch were prepared by the USGS. That work was completed in 1987. For the April 3, 2002, preliminary FIS, the hydrologic and hydraulic analyses for Alford Arm Tributary were performed by Post, Buckley, Schuh & Jernigan (PBS&J). This work was completed in March 2001. The analyses for Northeast Drainage Ditch were performed by Singhofen & Associates, Inc. This work was completed in May 2000. For this revision, the hydrologic and hydraulic analyses for East Drainage Ditch were performed by Dyer, Riddle, Mills & Precourt, Inc. (DRMP). This work was completed in July 2001. The analyses for West Drainage Ditch were performed by Engineering Methods and Applications (EMA) (a division of Watershed Concepts). This work was completed in December 2002. The digital base map information files for this countywide FIS were provided by the City of Tallahassee, Stormwater Management Department, City Hall, 300 South Adams Street, Tallahassee, Florida 32301; and the Leon County Geographic Information Systems Department, 301 South Monroe Street, Tallahassee, Florida 32301. These files were photogrammetrically compiled at scales of 1"=200' (urban areas) and 1"=400' (rural areas) from aerial photographs. These files were collected in Florida State Plane Coordinates (north zone) referenced to the National Geodetic Vertical Datum of 1929 (NGVD 29). Base map features in the Appalachicola National Forest were derived from USGS 1:100,000 scale Digital Line Graph files. Subsequent modifications to the road network were based on the 1994 Street Atlas of Leon County supplied by the City of Tallahassee. The digital FIRM was produced using Universal Transverse Mercator coordinates referenced to the North American Datum of 1927, and the Clarke 1866 spheroid. This FIS covers the geographic area of Leon County, Florida. The area of study is shown on the Vicinity Map. All or portions of the following flooding sources were studied by detailed methods. Limits of detailed study are indicated on the Flood Profiles and on the FIRM. Alford Arm Tributary, Bradford Brook, Cascade Lake, CMC Pond, East Drainage Ditch, Fords Arm Tributary, Goose Pond Tributary, Grassy Lake, Gum Creek, Harriman Circle Pond, Lake Bradford, Lake Hiawatha, Lake Lafayette (upper and lower), Lake Overstreet Tributary, McCord Park Pond Drainage Ditch, Meginnis Arm Tributary, Middle Drainage Ditch, Munson Slough, North Branch Gum Creek, Northeast Drainage Ditch, Northeast Drainage Ditch Overland Flow, Northeast Drainage Ditch Tributary 1, Northeast Drainage Ditch Tributary 2, Northwood Mall Drainage Ditch, Ochlockonee River, Park Avenue Ditch, Phillips Road Pond, Piney Z Lake, Ponding Area 282-1, Ponding Area 301-1, Ponding Area 301-2, Ponding Area 301-3, Ponding Area 301-4, Ponding Area 301-5, Ponding Area 301-6, Ponding Area 301-7, Ponding Area 303-1, Ponding Area 303-2, Richview Road Ditch, Royal Oaks Creek, San Luis Branch, St. Augustine Branch, West Branch Gum Creek, West Drainage Ditch, West Drainage Ditch Tributary, and Windrush Apartments Ditch As part of the November 19, 1997, FIS, updated analyses were included for the following flooding sources. The format for this list shows the stream name and the limits of revised or new detailed study for the November 19, 1997, FIS: Alford Arm: for its entire shoreline within the county. Alford Arm Tributary: for its entire length within the county. Bradford Brook: from the confluence with Cascade Lake to just downstream of Aenon Church Road. Cascade Lake: for its entire shoreline within the county. East Drainage Ditch: for its entire length within the county Fords Arm Tributary: from the upstream face of Meridian Road to a point approximately 1,250 feet upstream of Trillium Court. Grassy Lake: for its entire shoreline within the county. Gum Creek: for its entire length within the county. Lake Bradford: for its entire shoreline within the county. Lake Hiawatha: for its entire shoreline within the county. Lake Lafayette (upper and lower): for its entire shoreline within the county. Lake Overstreet Tributary: from the upstream side of Meridian Road to a point approximately 1,900 feet upstream of Bobbin Brook West. McCord Park Pond Drainage Ditch: from its confluence with Northeast Drainage Ditch to the downstream side of Betton Road. Meginnis Arm Tributary: from a point approximately 2,500 feet downstream of the confluence of Northwood Mall Drainage Ditch to a point approximately 1,350 feet upstream of Allen Road and from Starmount Drive to Meridian Road. Middle Drainage Ditch: for its entire length within the county. Munson Slough: for its entire length within the county. North Branch Gum Creek: for its entire length within the county. Northeast Drainage Ditch: for its entire length within the county. Northwood Mall Drainage Ditch: from the confluence with Meginnis Arm Tributary to a point approximately 600 feet upstream of Allen Road. Ochlockonee River: from Jackson Bluff Dam to a point approximately 550 feet downstream of Interstate Route 10. Park Avenue Ditch: for its entire length within the county. Piney Z Lake: for its entire shoreline within the county. Richview Road Ditch: from the confluence with Park Avenue Ditch to a point approximately 90 feet upstream of Park Avenue. Royal Oaks Creek: from its confluence with Lake Kinsale (Alford Arm Tributary) to a point approximately 650 feet upstream of Foxcroft Drive. San Luis Branch: from its confluence with West Drainage Ditch to a point approximately 1,300 feet upstream of Ocala Road. St. Augustine Branch: for its entire length within the county. West Branch Gum Creek: from its confluence with Gum Creek to CSX Transportation. West Drainage Ditch: for its entire length within the county. West Drainage Ditch Tributary: from the confluence with West Drainage Ditch to the downstream side of Bellevue Way. For the April 3, 2002, preliminary FIS, the following streams were restudied by detailed methods: Alford Arm Tributary: from State Route 146 to a point just downstream of Thomasville Road. CMC Pond: for its entire shoreline within the county. Goose Pond Tributary: for its entire length within the county. Harriman Circle Pond: for its entire length within the county. McCord Park Pond Drainage Ditch: at confluence with Northeast Drainage Ditch to approximately 250 feet downstream of State Route 151. Northeast Drainage Ditch: from the upstream side of Weems Road to approximately one mile upstream of Lonnbladh Road. Northeast Drainage Ditch Overland Flow: for its entire length within the county. Northeast Drainage Ditch Tributary 1: for its entire length within the county. Northeast Drainage Ditch Tributary 2: for its entire length within the county. Park Avenue Ditch: at confluence with Northeast Drainage Ditch to CSX Transportation. Phillips Road Pond: for its entire length within the county. Ponding Area 282-1: for its entire length within the county. Ponding Area 301-1: for its entire length within the county. Ponding Area 301-2: for its entire length within the county. Ponding Area 301-3: for its entire length within the county. Ponding Area 301-4: for its entire length within the county. Ponding Area 301-5: for its entire length within the county. Ponding Area 301-6: for its entire length within the county. Ponding Area 301-7: for its entire length within the county. Ponding Area 303-1: for its entire length within the county. Ponding Area 303-2: for its entire length within the county. Royal Oaks Creek: for its entire length within the county. East Drainage Ditch: from the confluence with Munson Slough to a point approximately 1,160 feet downstream of Apakin Road. West Drainage Ditch: from approximately 300 feet upstream of U.S. Highway 90 to a point just downstream of Madry Street. The following list depicts flooding sources that have names in this countywide FIS other than those used in the previously printed FISs for the communities in which they are located. The format used shows the community name, old flooding source name, and finally the new flooding source name: Leon County (Unincorporated Areas): Old Name- West Branch Gum Creek (from Blountstown Highway to confluence of North and West Branches of Gum Creek) New Name- Gum Creek. Leon County (Unincorporated Areas)/City of Tallahassee: Old Name- Long Pond New Name- Lake Kinsale. Old Name- Long Pond New Name- Lake Killarney Old Name- Lond Pond New Name- Lake Kanturk Old Name- West Arm Tributary New Name- Northeast Drainage Ditch. Tallahassee, City of: Old Name- Backus Lake New Name- Pine Hill Lake Old Name- Central Ditch New Name- Middle Drainage Ditch Old Name- Diane Lake New Name- Lower Diane Lake Old Name- Middle Ditch (from confluence with Munson Slough to CSX Transportation) New Name- Middle Drainage Ditch. Tallahassee, City of: Old Name- Middle Ditch (from CSX Transportation to U.S. Route 90) New Name- St. Augustine Branch Old Name- Monkey Business Pond New Name- Lake Monkey Business Old Name- South Ditch New Name- East Drainage Ditch Old Name- West Ditch New Name- West Drainage Ditch. The April 3, 2003, FIS incorporated two Letters of Map Revision (LOMRs) for the City of Tallahassee. The LOMR dated January 4, 2002, was issued for McCord Park Pond Drainage Ditch. The LOMR dated April 20, 2000, was issued for Park Avenue Ditch. The revision to the FIS and FIRM reflected more up-to-date corporate limits for the City of Tallahassee. The areas studied by detailed methods were selected with priority given to all known flood hazard areas and areas of projected development and proposed construction. All or portions of numerous flooding sources in the county were studied by approximate methods. Approximate analyses were used to study those areas having a low development potential or minimal flood hazards. The scope and methods of study were proposed to, and agreed upon by, FEMA and the affected communities. In 2006, FEMA issued two LOMRs to revise the Flood Insurance Rate Map (FIRM) for two areas in Tallahassee. The two areas are the Middle Drainage Ditch area and the East Park Avenue area. These LOMRs affected the polygons representing the SFHA (100-year flood area) Zones A and AE. The LOMR for the Middle Drainage Ditch area has an effective date of August 24, 2006. The FEMA Case # is 05-04-2969P-120144. The LOMR for the Park Avenue area has an effective date of December 28, 2006. The FEMA Case # is 05-04-1773P-120144. These LOMRs are available for free download from the FEMA Map Service Center website (www.msc.fema.gov). Two consulting companies working for FEMA created digital files of the changed SFHA areas described in the LOMRs. Singhofen and Associates, Inc. created a digital shapefile of the changed SFHA for the Middle Drainage Ditch area. of the changed SFHA for the Middle Drainage Ditch area. Varnum and Associates, Inc. created a digital CAD file of the changed SFHA for the Park Avenue area. These digital files were provided to the City of Tallahassee Public Works Department Stormwater Management Division. The Stormwater Management Division GIS Analyst (V. Johnson) created a shapefile of the digital files provided by the consulting companies. A copy was made of the "FEMA" shapefile (in the edbwin\envirn folder). Polygons in the FEMA copy were intersected with the LOMR shapefile. Clean-up included removing polygons that were no longer designated as SFHA, as well as fixing numerous sliver polygons

Process date: 20050316


Source used citation abbreviation:
FIS1, STUDY1, NGS1, BASE1, USGS1


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Spatial Data Organization Information:


Direct spatial Rreference method: Vector


Point and vector object information:
SDTS terms description:
SDTS point and vector object type: GT-polygon composed of chains
Point and vector object count: 0

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Spatial Reference Information:


Horizontal coordinate system definition:
Planar:
Map projection:
Map projection name: NAD 1983 HARN StatePlane Florida North FIPS 0903 Feet
Lambert conformal conic:
Standard parallel: 29.58333333333333
Standard parallel: 30.75
Longitude of central meridian: -84.5
Latitude of projection origin: 29.0
False easting: 1968500.0
False northing: 0.0

Planar coordinate information:
Planar coordinate encoding method: coordinate pair
Coordinate representation:
Abscissa resolution: 0.0003280833333333335
Ordinate resolution: 0.0003280833333333335
Planar distance units: foot_us

Geodetic model:
Horizontal datum name: D North American 1983 HARN
Ellipsoid name: GRS 1980
Semi-major axis: 6378137.0
Denominator of flattening ratio: 298.257222101

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Entity and Attribute Information:


Detailed description:
Entity type:
Entity type label: fema

Attribute:
Attribute label: OBJECTID_1
Attribute definition:
Internal feature number.
Attribute definition source:
Esri

Attribute domain values:
Unrepresentable domain:
Sequential unique whole numbers that are automatically generated.


Attribute:
Attribute label: Shape
Attribute definition:
Feature geometry.
Attribute definition source:
ESRI

Attribute domain values:
Unrepresentable domain:
Coordinates defining the features.


Attribute:
Attribute label: OBJECTID


Attribute:
Attribute label: DFIRM_ID


Attribute:
Attribute label: FLD_AR_ID
Attribute definition:
Primary key for table lookup. Assigned by table creator.
Attribute definition source:
FEMA

Attribute:
Attribute label: FLD_ZONE
Attribute definition:
Flood Zone. This is a flood zone designation. These zones are used by FEMA to designate the SFHAs and for insurance rating purposes. NOTE: The symbol '%' is a reserved symbol in most software packages so the word 'percent' was abbreviated to 'PCT'. Acceptable values for this field are listed in the D_Zone table.
Attribute definition source:
FEMA

Attribute domain values:
Enumerated domain:
Enumerated domain value: A
Enumerated domain value definition:
100 - Year Flood
Enumerated domain value definition source:
FEMA

Enumerated domain:
Enumerated domain value: AE
Enumerated domain value definition:
100-Year Flood with elevations
Enumerated domain value definition source:
FEMA

Enumerated domain:
Enumerated domain value: 0.2 PCT ANNUAL CHANCE FLOOD HAZARD
Enumerated domain value definition:
500-Year flood
Enumerated domain value definition source:
FEMA

Attribute:
Attribute label: FLOODWAY
Attribute definition:
Floodway Type. Floodway areas are designated by FEMA and adopted by communities to provide an area that will remain free of development to moderate increases in flood heights due to encroachment on the floodplain. Normal floodway areas are 'floodway'. Special cases will have a note on the hardcopy FIRM. If the corresponding area is not designated as a floodway, this field is null. Acceptable values for this field are listed in the D_Floodway table.
Attribute definition source:
FEMA

Attribute domain values:
Enumerated domain:
Enumerated domain value: FLOODWAY
Enumerated domain value definition:
Floodway areas are designated by FEMA and adopted by communities to provide an area that will remain free of development to moderate increases in flood heights due to encroachment on the floodplain.
Enumerated domain value definition source:
FEMA

Attribute:
Attribute label: SFHA_TF
Attribute definition:
Special Flood Hazard Area. If the area is within SFHA this field would be True. This field will be true for any area that is coded for any A or V zone flood areas. It should be false for any X or D zone flood areas. Enter "T" for true or "F" for false.
Attribute definition source:
FEMA

Attribute domain values:
Enumerated domain:
Enumerated domain value: T
Enumerated domain value definition:
True: The area is within a Special Flood Hazard Area
Enumerated domain value definition source:
FEMA

Enumerated domain:
Enumerated domain value: F
Enumerated domain value definition:
False: The area is not within a Special Flood Hazard Area
Enumerated domain value definition source:
FEMA

Attribute:
Attribute label: STATIC_BFE
Attribute definition:
Static Base Flood Elevation. For areas of constant Base Flood Elevation (BFE), the BFE value is shown beneath the zone label rather than on a BFE line. In this situation the same BFE applies to the entire polygon. This is normally occurs in lakes or coastal zones. This field is only populated where a static BFE is shown on the FIRM.
Attribute definition source:
FEMA

Attribute domain values:
Range domain:
Range domain minimum: 39.0
Range domain maximum: 180.0
Attribute units of measure: Feet

Attribute:
Attribute label: V_DATUM
Attribute definition:
Vertical Datum. The vertical datum indicates the reference surface from which the flood elevations are measured. Normally this would be North American Vertical Datum of 1988 for new studies. This field is only populated if the STATIC_BFE field is populated. Acceptable values for this field are listed in the D_V_Datum table.
Attribute definition source:
FEMA

Attribute domain values:
Enumerated domain:
Enumerated domain value: NGVD29
Enumerated domain value definition:
Flood elevation reference datum
Enumerated domain value definition source:
FEMA

Attribute:
Attribute label: DEPTH
Attribute definition:
Depth Value for Zone AO Areas. This is shown beneath the zone label on the FIRM. This field is only populated if a depth is shown on the FIRM.
Attribute definition source:
FEMA

Attribute:
Attribute label: LEN_UNIT
Attribute definition:
Length Units. This unit indicates the measurement system used for the BFEs and/or depths. Normally this would be feet. This field is only populated if the STATIC_BFE or DEPTH field is populated. Acceptable values for this field are listed in the D_Length_Units table.
Attribute definition source:
FEMA

Attribute domain values:
Enumerated domain:
Enumerated domain value: Feet
Enumerated domain value definition:
Unit of Length
Enumerated domain value definition source:
FEMA

Attribute:
Attribute label: VELOCITY
Attribute definition:
Velocity Measurement. This is shown beneath the zone label on the FIRM for alluvial fan areas (certain Zone AO areas). This value represents the velocity of the flood flow in this area. This field is only populated when a velocity is shown on the FIRM.
Attribute definition source:
FEMA

Attribute:
Attribute label: VEL_UNIT
Attribute definition:
Unit of Measurement for the Velocity Attribute. This is shown in the legend where alluvial fans are present. This field is only populated if the VELOCITY field is populated. Acceptable values for this field are listed in the D_Velocity_Units table.
Attribute definition source:
FEMA

Attribute:
Attribute label: AR_REVERT
Attribute definition:
If the area is Zone AR, this field would hold the zone that the area would revert to if the AR zone were removed. This field is only populated if the corresponding area is Zone AR. Acceptable values for this field are listed in the D_Zone table.
Attribute definition source:
FEMA

Attribute:
Attribute label: BFE_REVERT
Attribute definition:
If Zone is Zone AR, this field would hold the static base flood elevation for the reverted zone. This field is populated when Zone equals AR and the reverted zone has a static BFE.
Attribute definition source:
FEMA

Attribute:
Attribute label: DEP_REVERT
Attribute definition:
If Zone is Zone AR, this field would hold that flood depth for the reverted zone. This field is populated when Zone equals AR and the reverted zone has a depth assigned.
Attribute definition source:
FEMA

Attribute:
Attribute label: SOURCE_CIT
Attribute definition:
Source Citation. Abbreviation used in the metadata file when describing the source information for the S_Fld_Haz_Ar table. Normally, the flood hazard area polygon will be divided to distinguish areas modified by the most recent revision from areas based on the effective FIRM prior to the most recent revision. Revisions and sources prior to the most recent revision will not be tracked for individual polygons in the flood hazard areas table in the standard database.

Attribute domain values:
Enumerated domain:
Enumerated domain value: FIS1
Enumerated domain value definition:
Source flood study
Enumerated domain value definition source:
FEMA

Attribute:
Attribute label: HYDRO_ID


Attribute:
Attribute label: CST_MDL_ID


Attribute:
Attribute label: ZONE


Attribute:
Attribute label: AREA


Attribute:
Attribute label: ACRES


Attribute:
Attribute label: SHAPE_Length
Attribute definition:
Length of feature in internal units.
Attribute definition source:
Esri

Attribute domain values:
Unrepresentable domain:
Positive real numbers that are automatically generated.


Attribute:
Attribute label: SHAPE_Area
Attribute definition:
Area of feature in internal units squared.
Attribute definition source:
Esri

Attribute domain values:
Unrepresentable domain:
Positive real numbers that are automatically generated.


Overview description:
Entity and attribute overview:
The DFIRM Database is made up of several data themes containing both spatial and attribute information. These data together represent the current flood risk for the subject area as identified by FEMA. The attribute tables include SFHA locations, flood zone designations, BFEs, political entities, cross-section locations, FIRM panel information, and other data related to the NFIP.

Entity and attribute detail citation:
Appendix L of FEMA's Guidelines and Specifications for FEMA Flood Hazard Mapping Partners contains a detailed description of each attribute code and a reference to other relevant information. The following tables are included in this data set:l_comm_info, l_stn_start, study_info, s_bfe, s_firm_pan, s_fld_haz_ar, s_fld_haz_ln, s_gen_struct, s_label_ld, s_perm_bmk, s_pol_ar, s_pol_ln, s_quad_index, s_trnsport_ln, s_wtr_ln, s_xs, s_label_pt.

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Distribution Information:


Distributor:
Contact information:
Contact organization primary:
Contact organization: FEMA, Map Service Center

Contact address:
Address type: mailing
Address:
P.O. Box 1038
City: Jessup
State or province: Maryland
Postal code: 20794-1038
Country: US

Contact voice telephone: 1-800-358-9616


Contact electronic mail address: www.fema.gov/msc


Contact instructions:
Data requests must include the full name of the community or county and the FIRM panel number(s) or the 7.5- minute series quadrangle sheet area(s) covered by the request.

Distribution liability:
No warranty expressed or implied is made by FEMA regarding the utility of the data on any other system nor shall the act of distribution constitute any such warranty. FEMA will warrant the delivery of this product in a computer-readable format, and will offer appropriate adjustment of credit when the product is determined unreadable by correctly adjusted computer input peripherals, or when the physical medium is delivered in damaged condition. Requests for adjustment of credit must be made within 90 days from the date of this shipment from the ordering site.

Standard order process:
Non-digital form:
Printed FIRMs and Raster DFIRMs that match this data set are available from FEMA at the Map Service Center, cited above.


Fees: Contact Distributor


Standard order process:
Fees: Contact Distributor


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Metadata Reference Information:


Metadata date: 20160126


Metadata contact:
Contact information:
Contact organization primary:
Contact organization: Federal Emergency Management Agency
Contact position: Federal Insurance and Mitigation Administration


Contact address:
Address type: mailing
Address:
500 C Street, S.W.
City: Washington
State or province: District of Columbia
Postal code: 20472
Country: US

Contact voice telephone: 1-800-358-9616


Contact electronic mail address: www.fema.gov/msc


Metadata standard name: FGDC Content Standard for Digital Geospatial Metadata
Metadata standard version: FGDC-STD-001-1998
Metadata time convention: local time


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