Online LOMC is moving to Login.gov

Online Letter of Map Change (LOMC) will soon have a new secure single sign-on via Login.gov. After this integration, users will need to use Login.gov to continue accessing Online LOMC. Users can register for a Login.gov account in advance. Please ensure the email used for Login.gov matches the one used for Online LOMC. If you already have a login.gov account, please confirm your Online LOMC email matches, and update your Online LOMC email in the "Update Profile" section of the Online LOMC portal if needed. Please continue accessing Online LOMC via this portal until further notice.
What is a Letter of Map Change (LOMC)?

A Letter of Map Change (LOMC) is a letter which reflects an official change to an effective Flood Insurance Rate Map (FIRM). LOMCS are issued in response to a request of FEMA to revise or amend its effective flood map to remove a property or reflect changed flooding conditions on the effective map.

What is the Online LOMC site?

The Online LOMC web application allows home owners or their designated representatives to easily request a Letter of Map Change (LOMC). Use this site if your property was inadvertently included in a flood zone, or if the addition of fill elevated your property so that it is above the flood zone.

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