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NFIP Rating and the Community Rating System
(8/22/2013)

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Know Your Line: Be Flood Aware
(8/22/2013)

Upcoming Changes to the NFIP – Recent Flood Insurance Legislation will Affect Subsidized Rates for Pre-FIRM Buildings
(1/29/2013)

Answers to Questions about the National Flood Insurance Program’s Community Rating System (CRS)
(1/29/2013)

States and Communities Work to Coordinate Building Codes and Floodplain Management Ordinances
(1/29/2013)

Flood Insurance Manual:
October 1, 2012
(9/13/2012)


FloodSmart Websites Offer New Resources for FloodSmart Partners and Agents
9/13/2012)


Disputing Flood Zones
(9/13/2012)



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A Special Resource

for Agents: Agents.FloodSmart.gov


This article updates eWatermark readers about changes to the NFIP agent’s website, Agents.FloodSmart.gov. This resource has many faces, and it is just one of the tools available to flood insurance agents besides their main support: the flood insurance provider they underwrite with.

Special Resource (Full Article)


Memphis, Tenn., May 14, 2011 - A waterline on this home indicates the waters are receding slowly. The losses to personal property should also be reported when applying for FEMA assistance. Marilee Caliendo/FEMA - Location: Memphis, TN
Memphis, TN, May 14, 2011 – A waterline on this home indicates the waters are receding slowly. The losses to personal property should also be reported when applying for FEMA assistance.

Photo by Marilee Caliendo/FEMA

Silver Jackets Teams and the Community Rating System


The Silver Jackets is an innovative program that brings together Federal, state, and frequently tribal and local agencies to learn from one another and apply their knowledge to reduce risks from floods and other hazards. Read how your state and community emergency response can benefit from these programs.

Silver Jackets (Full Article)

Substantial Improvement/Substantial Damage Desk Reference


This article offers information about a new FEMA Desk Reference providing guidance and suggested procedures to assist states and communities in implementing NFIP requirements and model codes for substantially improved or substantially damaged buildings.

Desk Reference (Full Article)

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