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Flood Map Modernization Program

Flood Maps Overview

Osceola County has undertaken a multi-year project to re-examine flood zones and develop detailed, digital flood hazard maps. The new maps reflect current flood risks, replacing maps that are over 10 years old. The current effective FEMA Flood Insurance Rate Map (FIRM) for Osceola County is dated June 6, 2001.

As a result of this project, property owners throughout Osceola County will have up-to-date, reliable, Internet-accessible information about their flood risk - on a property-by-property basis. As a stakeholder in Osceola County's future, you should be aware of how the maps are changing and why - and how the changes will affect residents and business owners alike.

For additional information on Flood Maps or if you have questions contact:

Osceola County, Community Development Office
1 Courthouse Square, Suite 1400
Kissimmee, FL 34741
Phone: (407) 742-0200

Flood Hazard Maps Online

The proposed FEMA Flood Hazard Maps are now available on the Osceola County Maps website.

In order to view these maps, please follow these instructions:

  1. Click here to visit
  2. If you are a first time visitor, read over the "Disclaimer Agreement" form and click the "Accept Disclaimer Agreement" button.
  3. Click the "FEMA Floodplain Information" on the left side of the main map viewer.

Should you experience any problems viewing this information, please call the Community Development Department at (407) 742-0200.

Public Meetings and Open Houses

The development and implementation of new FEMA Digital Flood Insurance Rate Maps (DFIRMs) is a formal process with official Government Staff and General Public review process. The adoption of the new FEMA DFIRMs takes place when all of the appeals and protests have been resolved. The length of this resolution process is dependent on the number of cases and the duration and number of judicial appeals that are filed.

Flood Map Modernization Information on Appeals and Protests

The appeal and protest period will begin on 02/17/2012 and will last for 90 calendar days. The appeals and protests will be received by appointment only on Mondays from 1:00 to 4:00 and Thursdays and Fridays from 8:30 to 10:30 and from 1:00 to 4:00, each appointment will be scheduled for one hour. To set up a meeting please contact Tina Stadtlander at (407) 742-0245 or Nikki Gonzalez at (407) 742-0246.