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NDEP

The 3D Elevation Program and the Interagency Working Group on Ocean and Coastal Mapping have established a system to share information about proposed and planned elevation projects.  The new system replaces the old NDEP tracking system operated by FEMA.

The replacement site is: U.S. Federal Mapping Coordination, A Demonstration Site for Federal Mapping Data Acquisition (http://www.seasketch.org/#projecthomepage/5272840f6ec5f42d210016e4).  This mapping site is comprehensive showing proposes, planned, in-work, and completed elevation and related projects.

Questions

For general website or tools support, contact a Technical Support Specialist by calling 1-877-FEMA-MAP (1-877-336-2627) or via email.

For questions related to Flood Hazard Mapping, contact a Map Specialist by calling 1-877-FEMA-MAP or via email.

Your Source for Hazard Info

Transitioning from Flood Map Modernization (Map Mod) to Risk Mapping, Assessment, and Planning (Risk MAP) for multi-hazard risk management.
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News and Highlights

August 3, 2018: The MIP will now accept the following additional
file formats for uploading: .scratch, .sqlite, .timestamp, .VER,
.lck, .json, .u00 (00 through 20), .O00 (00 through 20),
.c00 (00 through 20), .x00 (00 through 20), and .r00 (00 through 20)

As of September 28, 2017, the FEMA Mapping Information Platform (MIP)
transitioned from Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) to Hypertext
Transfer Protocol Secure (HTTPS), which secures data entered by
users. Users should update all bookmarks, including any systems
or processes that access MSC data or data services directly via URL.

» Regularly Scheduled System Maintenance Windows

Studies Tracker Map

Ever wonder if there is a FEMA Flood Risk MAP Study in your community?
Check out the Studies Tracker Map!

UPDATE: Beginning February 5, 2018, the Studies Tracker Map will
display Projected and Actual Preliminary Date, Projected and Actual LFD
Date, and Projected and Actual Effective Date. Removed Purchases will
no longer be shown.
Monday, September 24, 2018
Please check this section for system notifications.