Preliminary Flood Maps for Three Texas Counties Ready for Public View


DENTON, Texas – (RealEstateRama) — New preliminary flood maps for residents of Chambers, Liberty and San Jacinto counties area ready for residents to review. Communities affected by the maps include Liberty, Dayton, Dayton Lakes, and Mont Belvieu.

These maps help homeowners and businesses decide about purchasing flood insurance. By knowing their risks, individuals and community leaders can make informed decisions about building and development.

“We’ve worked with our state and local partners to bring this critical information to the area. We hope that everyone reviews the maps to understand the flood risks involved,” said FEMA Region 6 Administrator Tony Robinson. “It is very important for the community to be an active partner in the flood mapping process.”

To see the revised flood maps, please contact your local floodplain administrator. He or she may be located at City Hall or the local county government building. You can also visit To contact a FEMA Map Specialist, call
1-877-FEMA MAP (1-877-336-2627) or send an email to FEMAMapSpecialist (at) riskmapcds (dot) com.

What happens after flood risks are identified? The next step is to consider purchasing a flood policy from the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP). Visit or call 1-888-379-9531 to locate an agent in your area.
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