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Floodplain Administration
Important Notice - Floodplain Management
Greenville County Multi-Jurisdictional Hazard Mitigation Planning Meeting

Per the Disaster Mitigation Act of 2000 (DMA 2000), it is time to update the Greenville County Multi-Jurisdictional Hazard Mitigation Plan. This plan is a critical component in receiving post-disaster funding for both the unincorporated and incorporated portions of the County. Development of this plan is also required by the Community Rating System to maintain the County’s current 10% discount on flood insurance premiums. The result of the plan implementation will be a more hazard resilient and safer Greenville County.

The planning process seeks input from the public. We are requesting your participation to assist in reviewing natural hazards impacting Greenville County and potential ways of mitigating those hazards. The meeting will be held on September 19, 2019 from 6:00 to 7:00 pm at the Berea Community Center located at 6 Hunts Bridge Road, Greenville SC 29617.

We encourage your participation in this very important hazard mitigation planning meeting. If you have any questions please contact Brian Bishop or Patty Wright at 864-467-7523.

Welcome to Floodplain Management

Floodplain Management is the operation of community program of preventive and corrective measures to reduce the risk of current and future flooding, resulting in a more resilient community. Greenville County participates in the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) - Community Rating System, which affords Greenville County residence a 10% discount on their flood insurance policy.

  • Flooding Risk is Real - Anywhere it rains, it can flood.
  • Know Your Risk - To reduce your flood risk, you need to know your level of risk. Click on the map below to check your property's flood risk.
  • Reduce Your Risk - Once you have learned your level of flood risk, you can work with your Floodplain Administrator to identify actions to reduce those risks.
  • Insure Your Risk - Another way to reduce flooding impacts is to purchase flood insurance through the NFIP.
Are You Living In a Floodplain?
Floodplain Aerial View

Greenville County is pleased to announce that the 2014 FEMA Flood Insurance Rate Maps are now available to view using the County's GIS system. To see the 2014 flood zones, base flood elevations, and Letters of Map Amendments (LOMA), click here. LOMAs are also available in our office at 301 University Ridge, Suite 4100, Greenville, SC 29601.

Important Announcement

Greenville County Rainfall Data click here, please check the legend for additional information.

FEMA Recognizes Greenville County for their Best Practice Mitigation Program for a Second Time


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