FEMA Flood Zone Map


Knowing your flood zone is important when buying flood insurance. However, even if you live outside a designated flood zone you may still be at risk. According to FEMA, more than 20% of flood insurance claims fall outside of a flood zone. As an example, in a recent flood in Michigan only 8% of homes damaged had flood insurance. Since homeowner policies don’t typically cover flood damage, most of the cost of repair fell to the homeowners. Use our Flood Zone Map below to find out if you're in, or near, a flood zone!

Is Your Home in a Flood Zone? What is Your Flood Risk?*

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Enter Your Address

Find out if you're in a flood zone! Remember, even if you're just outside a flood, "No Flood Zone" does not equal "No Risk"! 

Step 2

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Are you in, or near a flood zone? Use our interactive map to scan the area around your home. Flooding is the most common natural disaster in the United States, and if you've determined flood insurance is right for you, get an instant quote by clicking the button below! Our private flood insurance is often cheaper than the NFIP, while providing broader coverage options.

*The National Flood Hazard Layer (NFHL) is a geospatial database that contains current effective flood hazard data. FEMA provides the flood hazard data to support the National Flood Insurance Program. You can use the information to better understand your level of flood risk and type of flooding.

The NFHL is made from effective flood maps and Letters of Map Change (LOMC) delivered to communities. NFHL digital data covers over 90 percent of the U.S. population.  New and revised data is being added to the Flood Insurance Rate MAP (FIRM) continuously. If you need information for areas not covered by the NFHL data, there may be other FEMA products which provide coverage for those areas.

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