Clearfield County EMA
911 Leonard St.
Clearfield, PA 16830
This course is designed to provide local officials who are responsible for administering floodplain management ordinances with additional resources to do their jobs. Some of the requirements of the NFIP are less clearly spelled out in the regulations, and the aim of this course is to present locals with guidance and tools on those areas. The course will offer a refresher of the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) and Flood Insurance Reform, and will focus on the day-to-day duties of the floodplain administrator, linking the relationship between floodplain management and flood insurance. Agenda topics will include accessing and using flood hazard data, suggestions on the establishment of administrative procedures, the incorporation of higher regulatory standards, permitting considerations pre- and post-disaster, and the challenges and benefits of ordinance enforcement.
Includes local zoning officials, contracted zoning officers, floodplain managers and building code inspection personnel and other stakeholders responsible for administering local floodplain management ordinances. We recommended that participants have already taken L273 - Managing Development through the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) or at least have some familiarity with local ordinances and the basics of the NFIP, though it is not required.
- Introduction and Overview
- Section 1: The NFIP and Flood Insurance Reform
- Section 2: Accessing and Using Flood Hazard Data
- Section 3: Administering Floodplain Ordinances
- Section 4: Permitting Process – Overview and Application Review
- Section 5: Ordinance Enforcement
- Section 6: Pre- and Post-Disaster Considerations
- Section 7: Changing FIRMs and FIS Reports
- Wrap Up
Power point slides and resource materials will be emailed if you'd like to print a copy or save on a laptop to bring with you.
3 CECs for CFMs
3 Uniform Construction Code Credit Hours
CANCELLATION & NO SHOW POLICY:
Cancellations must be received in writing by faxing to (717) 236-9493 or sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Refunds will be determined by the date of the fax or email. A cancellation received less than 10 business days of the session you are registered for, is subject to a $20 processing fee for refunds. Those who cancel within 2 business days of the session date or do not attend, forfeit the full registration fee and if unpaid, will be invoiced. Credit toward future PCCA courses may be accepted upon approval from the PCCA administrator; substitutions may be accepted.