Floodplain Maps

Dennis Evanosky  According to FEMA, the dike and tide gate shown here between Brittany Landing Harbor and Brittany Landing Bay — about 100 yards west of the Harbor Bay Club — is not engineered to meet flood-protection standards.

Floodplain Maps Present New Insurance Challenge

Mar 10,2016

Harbor Bay resident explores problem now facing homeowners citywide

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) recently released new floodplain maps that propose to place nearly 2,000 Alameda homes in a mapped 100-year floodplain for the first time.

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Courtesy photo &nbsp&nbsp The revised FEMA 100-year floodplain maps show impacted areas including the city’s golf course, Bay Farm Island, a section of the East End along Fernside Boulevard, Crab Cove and Alameda Point.

FEMA Releases New Flood Impact Maps

Jun 26,2018

The City of Alameda released information this week on the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s (FEMA) revised and finalized Flood Insurance Rate Maps (FIRMs) within Alameda County. The changes may affect the floodplain designation of property owners in Alameda.

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