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Floodplain Mailers

In March 2013, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Storm Water Services sent newsletters to approximately 5,300 owners of 5,600 separate properties in local, regulated floodplains.  

See the newsletter

After the newsletter was published, FEMA delayed the date that new floodplain maps will become official. New floodplain maps for central and southern Mecklenburg County will become official on February 19, 2014.
Learn more​ about when the new maps take effect.

If you own multiple properties within Mecklenburg County, find out which of your properties are in regulated floodplains by searching these files:

2013 floodplain property owners (Excel) After clicking on link, save the document to your own computer
2013 floodplain property owners by name (pdf) Listed alphabetically by last name 
2013 floodplain property owners by address (pdf) Addresses of floodplain property listed numerically in third column

"PID" is the property's official Property Tax ID number, listed in the fourth column.

Get more information about topics mentioned in the newsletter:

Revised floodplain maps 

What are floodplains?

What floodplain maps show

Two floodplains 

Why it floods

Flood insurance 

Build an 'ARK'

Flood preparedness

Flood safety 

Flood Notification System 
Cover of Floodplain Flash 

Floodplain construction and building improvements

Local Floodplain Ordinances and Elevation Certificates

Protecting floodplains

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