(through PCCA- please note there are only 2 different classes offered on different dates)
Note: webinar links will be sent the Wednesday prior to class - if not received by Thursday please CHECK SPAM FOLDER
June 18, 2021 Floodplain Ordinance Training 1:00-3:30 pm
June 25, 2021 Floodplain Ordinance Training 9:00-11:30 am
Advanced Concepts Training (PEMA/FEMA)
This National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) Advanced Floodplain Management Concepts training course is a virtual and interactive instruction that covers the following five topics in more details than the basic course:
• Common Noncompliance Issues
• Digital Flood Insurance Rate Maps (DFIRMs)
• Higher Standards in Floodplain Management
• Disconnects between the NFIP regulations and insurance
• Placement of Manufactured Homes and Recreational Vehicles in the Floodplain
Local officials responsible for administering their local floodplain management ordinance will be given priority, but others are welcome to participate including zoning officials, elected leaders, surveyors, engineers, and solicitors.
CECs: TBD [pending confirmation from ASFPM]
Registration: Free Course
Each session has its own registration – can register for all 4 session (priority) or just 1, 2 or 3 sessions. Only register for the session you can attend since SPACE IS LIMITED. CECs will only be provided for the session(s) you attend.
Course Dates/Time: 9 am – 4:00 pm (session times will vary)
• Wednesday June 23rd, 2021: Placement of Manufactured Homes and Recreational Vehicles in the Floodplain Click here to register
Registration is not through PCCA
Julius Lockhart, FMI Specialist, FEMA Region III
Phone: 202-679-8097 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Risk Rating 2.0 – Transforming the National Flood Insurance Program
Tuesday, June 22nd, 9am – 12pm
Free Virtual Event
Register via this link: https://fema.zoomgov.com/meeting/register/vJItdumopjkvEmkRgD0xkyaNwS_flm_xuco
Topics covered: This webinar will cover the following topics and include plenty of time for Q&A:
- What is Risk Rating 2.0?
- How will Risk Rating 2.0 impact insurance?
- Risk Rating 2.0 and Floodplain Management
- Talking about Risk Rating 2.0 with your residents & customers
Presenter: Richard Sobota, FEMA Region 3 Senior Flood Insurance Specialist
Professional Certification: CFM Credits pending For questions, please contact Bill Bradfield at email@example.com
2015/18 International Code Flood Provisions
June 22, 2021 at 1:00 PM EST - no registration required. Join zoom meeting via link and passcode listed below
- 2018 I-Code Flood Provision Changes
- 2015/2018 I-Code Flood Provisions
- Building Science Helpline & FEMA Resources
Presented by: Charles Baker, FEMA R3 Building Science Point of Contact and Floodplain Specialist
Join ZoomGov Meeting
Meeting ID: 160 564 0435 Passcode 779341
Floodplain Ordinance Update Process Walkthough
Floodplain Model Ordinance and Higher Standards Walkthrough
· Thinking Beyond Flood Maps – a story map highlighting communities that use FEMA data for more than floodplain management ordinances
· Planning for Future Conditions – a brief guide for local officials and planners that explains the importance of considering future risks
· Building Community Resilience with Nature-Based Solutions: A Guide for Local Communities – a resource to help communities make the business case for nature-based solutions
New PrepTalks Added with a Focus on Building Community Resilience:
Neighborfest—Building Resilience from the Block Up — Daniel Homsey
In his PrepTalk, Daniel Homsey shares his tools for building resilient communities at the neighborhood level and why empowering neighbors to help themselves is the best way to prepare your community for any disaster. Daniel Homsey is the Director of the Neighborhood Empowerment Network (NEN) for the City Administrator’s Office of the City of San Francisco. The NEN empowers residents to build and steward stronger, more resilient communities.
Using Codes and Standards to Build Resilient Communities — Stuart Tom
In his PrepTalk, Stuart Tom provides an overview of the importance of building codes and how codes and standards are developed. He explains that model codes and standards are adopted and enforced by jurisdictions and he shares how the community can get involved. Mr. Tom is the Fire Marshal for the City of Glendale, California, and a member of the Board of the International Code Council (ICC). He also served as a member of the Los Angeles Uniform Code Program Steering Committee and co-chair of the State Fire Marshal’s Wildfire Ignition ad-hoc committee.