| Flood Zone Update|
SEE IF YOUR PROPERTY IS OUT OF THE FLOOD ZONE
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City Council Letter Dated May 4, 2012
Carta fechada el 04 de mayo 2012 del Consejo Municipal
FEMA Transmittal letter of a new Map dated November 16, 2011Process to cancel current flood policy and request a refund:
- Confirm that your property has been placed in a low-risk flood zone (known as Zone X). See searchable flood map above. Then determine which FIRM map your property is located in. See FIRM Panel Maps below.
- Obtain a copy of FEMA's Transmittal Letter of a New Map dated November 16, 2011, see letter above.
- Next, send a letter to your Mortgage Company or lender to request a waiver of the flood insurance requirement for your property. See Sample Letters for your specific FIRM Panel Map: 435H, 445H 465H (microsoft word documents).
- Once you receive the waiver from your Mortgage Company or lender, ask your insurance agent to cancel your policy. In most cases, you will be eligible for a full refund of the preimium for the policy year in effect on May 16, 2012.
- If you any further questions, you may call our Hotline at (530) 668-7030, or send an email to email@example.com.
VIEW NEW FLOOD INSURANCE RATE MAPS -
EFFECTIVE MAY 16, 2012
To find the correct FEMA Map for your area:
- First open the FEMA Index Panel Map below.
- Find the area of town your property is located.
- Locate the Panel # for your area, then open that map link below.
You will see when you open the map two shades of grey and one white area.
The darkest grey is an AE Zone and is within the Flood Hazard Area and requires flood insurance.
The light grey is Zone X, and is within a 500-year flood zone, but does not require flood insurance.
The white area is Zone X and does not require flood insurance.
The City will be sending letters to affected property owners to share the good news and provide more information. Those with questions about the mapping changes and whether or not their property is affected are asked to view the FEMA Maps above or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, or call the City's hotline at
Letter from City Council
Yolo County FEMA Fact Sheet
FEMA MAY 11, 2012 REVALIDATION LETTER AND MAP APPROVAL
FEMA letter #2 dated November 16, 2011
Note: When contacting the email address or hotline, please give detailed messages with your questions, physical property address and a good contact phone number.
For Insurance questions, refunds, or policy changes, please contact your insurance agent or mortgage company.
Current FEMA Maps are also accessible through the links below: