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Presented by: Chatham County, City of Savannah, and Chatham CountySavannah Metropolitan Planning Commission (MPC)

Are you prepared for the next flood?

In this document, you’ll learn more about: • Saving money, property and lives • Being prepared for flooding and hurricanes • Water conservation & wetlands protection • Contact information for assistance within Savannah and Chatham County

Flooding in Savannah and Chatham County As a flat, low-lying coastal region, the natural landscape of our community puts various locations within the County and City at risk for flooding during any long periods of moderate rainfall or during high volume, short duration rainfalls. Local structural flooding during major storms dates back to 1811 and as recent as July 2007. On June 29, 1999, more than 12 inches of rain fell within

a 24-hour period on areas of Chatham County. Since 1948, Chatham County and the City of Savannah have flooded more than 15 times due to storms that produced 4 inches of rainfall or more. There are more than 1,700 dwellings on record that flooded during those same weather events. Areas around local waterways such as the Wilmington, Vernon, Forest Grove and Ogeechee rivers and Springfield, Casey, Placentia, Pipemakers and Harden canals have increased vulnerability to flooding. With such close proximity to the Atlantic Ocean, we’re also at serious risk for the flooding and damage caused by hurricanes.

Your City and County governments have invested hundreds of millions of dollars over the past 20 years to lessen the risk of structural flooding in our community, but given our geography that risk will never be eliminated. Through emergency preparedness and responsible environmental actions, you can help reduce some causes of flooding and protect your family in the event of a dangerous weather event.

Preventable Flooding Residents can help prevent localized flooding by keeping the ditches, culverts, and storm drains of our stormwater system clear of leaves and debris. It’s illegal to dump trash, grass clippings, leaves or other materials including chemicals, oil, gasoline or household products into ditches or other drainage systems. In fact people caught dumping can face jail time and/or a fine as outlined in County Code 24-708 or the City’s Code 4-11004 and 5-2005.

Report blocked storm drains or illegal dumping City residents: Call 311 County residents: Call the Department of Public Works at (912) 652-6840

Stay Informed: Understanding the flood warning system Locally, the Chatham E m e r g e n c y Management Agency (CEMA) manages the flood warning system. Once CEMA receives a potentially dangerous warning, sirens will be activated as well as the Local Emergency Information Network system which interrupts television

and radio programs to give further instructions. With 95% of Chatham County’s population covered by an emergency warning siren, CEMA can activate individual siren sites in the immediate area to alert individuals who are not near a TV or radio. Information can also be heard on the NOAA weather radio broadcast at frequency 162.40. Local evacuation routes can be found in the phone book. For additional information, contact CEMA at 912-201-4500 or visit the Web site at www.chathamemergency.org.

Flood Warning System: Know Your Terms Flood Watch Be on the lookout for flooding Flood Warning Flooding is occurring

Protect Your Property In the course of a 30-year mortgage, there is a 26% chance you might experience a flood. Take steps to protect your property from flood or hurricane damage: • Buy flood insurance well in advance of storm season. Policies often have a 30-day waiting period before going into effect, making it essential to plan ahead for coverage. • Keep the ditches and drains on your property clear of leaves and debris • Elevate or move furniture and electric items such as TV, stereos, appliances and electrical panels • Install backwater valves or plugs for drains, toilets, or other sewer connections to keep floodwater from entering your home • Schedule a flood preparation site visit from the City or County. Staff will assist property owners with issues related

to flooding, stormwater drainage and address any site-specific flooding concerns. The service is provided free of charge. Chatham County residents contact Michael Blakely at (912) 652-7814. City residents contact Tom McDonald (912) 651-6530. Elevation certificates of newly constructed or substantially improved buildings and benchmark locations may be obtained, when requested in writing, from the Chatham County Department of Engineering by calling (912) 652-7814. For citizens living in the City of Savannah city limits, call Tom McDonald at (912) 651-6530.

• Determine if retrofitting your property would be beneficial. Retrofitting means to alter the building to eliminate or reduce flood damage. There are several options to consider: elevation, flood barriers, dry flood proofing, and wet flood proofing. There are several references in the public libraries on retrofitting and additional documents pertaining to floodplain management topics. See the FEMA guide on retrofitting your house against flooding. Visit www.fema. gov for more information. The library at 2002 Bull Street has copies of the Flood Insurance Rate Maps and additional flood protection literature. • Store materials like sandbags, plywood, lumber and plastic sheeting in case of a serious flooding threat. These materials can help minimize the damage caused not only by flood waters, but damage by hurricane force winds too.

Be Prepared: Before, during and after a flood

Before a flood or hurricane • Know your flood hazard. Check with the Chatham County Department of Engineering at (912) 652-7800 or City of Savannah Development Services at (912) 651-6530 to find out what flood zone you are in and what the Base Flood Elevation is for your lot. Note that flood zone determination requests are to be made in writing and can be faxed to Chatham County at (912) 652-7818 and (912) 651-6543 for the City of Savannah. You can get a good idea of your flood zone and risk from the map included with this publication

and www.sagis.org. • Understand the flood warning system and know the safest route to high, safe ground. Visit Chatham Emergency Management Agency (CEMA) at www.chathamemergency.org or call (912) 201-4500 to find out about the flood warning system and what evacuation route you should use. • Prepare a family disaster kit. Learn more at www.ready.gov. • Prepare your home. Learn how to turn off the gas and electricity to your house and do so if flooding is imminent. Protect your home against high winds associated with hurricanes and tropical storms (install storm shutters, reinforce garage doors, etc.). • Buy flood insurance. Flood damage is not covered by homeowner’s insurance. It’s affordable and easy to obtain. Renters can secure flood damage coverage for their personal property. • Questions or concerns? See the the “Contact for more information” table inside. Additional information, including evacuation routes and emergency shelters, can be found in the phonebook and at www.fema.gov, www.chathamcounty. org, www.chathamemergency.org, and www.savannahga. gov.

During a flood Because flood water can rise quickly, be prepared to evacuate before the water level reaches your property. • Stay informed during a weather event. Follow evacuation orders when issued. • Move to higher ground if you can do so safely—but DO NOT attempt to walk, drive, or swim through moving water or flooded areas. Just 6 inches of fast moving water can knock a person off their feet and less than 2 feet of swiftly moving water can sweep away heavy cars and trucks. Remember: turn around, don’t drown. Drowning is the number one cause of flood-related deaths, followed by electrocution. • If you are caught at home by rising water, move to the second floor or the roof. Take your disaster supply kit with you. • If evacuation is required and you can safely do so, turn off all utilities at the main power switch and close any gas valves. On the road, watch for and avoid floodwaters, fallen debris and power lines.

After a flood Danger does not end when flood water recedes. • Return home only when authorities indicate it is safe • Hidden structural damage may make a building unsafe • Have a professional check your heating, electrical system, and appliances for safety prior to using • Don’t use any food or water that was exposed to floodwaters • Dry your house slowly but thoroughly. Pump out flooded basements slowly to avoid structural damage.


Flood Insurance Frequently Asked Questions

Protecting Local Waterways and Wetlands Reduce stormwater runoff from your property

Q. Does my homeowner’s insurance cover flood damage? A. NO. The standard homeowner or commercial policy does not cover damage caused by flooding (rising waters). To protect your property you must buy a flood insurance policy. Flood insurance can cover the structure alone or cover a combination of the structure and contents. Renters can buy coverage for contents, even if the owner does not have structural coverage. A house has a higher percentage of flooding than suffered from a fire, yet many homeowners do not complain about carrying fire insurance. There is normally a 30-day waiting period before flood insurance goes into effect; it is essential to plan ahead. Contact your local insurance agent to get a flood insurance policy.

Q. If I live in a low risk area and my insurance agent says I do not need flood insurance what should I do? A. Many times homeowners and renters are misinformed. Flooding can occur outside the high risk area. In Savannah, of the reported 1700 flooded structures, 53% of the buildings were in the Low risk area. Many home owners in a low-lying coastal region like Chatham County could benefit from flood insurance.

Q. If I rent my home, can I buy any form of flood insurance? A. YES. Renters can obtain coverage for their personal belongings and the contents of their home, even if owner of the property does not insure the home itself.

Q. When is flood insurance required?

Q. What does the flood insurance cost? The average flood insurance premium in Georgia is less than $500 per year. Contact your insurance agent to determine exact cost.

Q. What does the City and County do to make flood insurance more affordable? Because the City of Savannah and Chatham County participate in the National Flood Insurance Program, subscribe to the Community Rating System program and have highly rated flood management programs, homeowners here receive special flood insurance premium discounts not available to homeowners living in neighboring jurisdictions. This means that if you live within the City of Savannah or Unincorporated Chatham County, you are eligible for a 20% discount on flood insurance premiums. Currently, 12,990 flood insurance policy holders in the special flood hazard areas of Chatham County receive this 20% discount. That saved unincorporated Chatham County residents a total of $2,001,655 on premiums last year, or an average of $154 per policy. A total of 8,183 City of Savannah policy holders took advantage of the 20% discount to save a total of $472,616, or an average of $115 per policy.

Q. What is Freeboard and how does it benefits me? A. Freeboard is a safety provision that refers to elevating a structure’s lowest level a few feet above predicted flood elevations (generally 1-3 feet). Storm waters can and do rise higher than shown on Flood Insurance Rate Maps. Freeboard helps protect buildings from storms larger than those that Flood Insurance Rate Maps are based on, and provides an added margin of safety to address the flood modeling and mapping uncertainties associated with Flood Insurance Rate Maps. Because the risk of flooding is reduced significantly, Freeboard results in much lower flood insurance premiums. Freeboard is required by both the flood ordinances of the City of Savannah and Chatham County.

Q. What happens if my property changes from low-risk to high-risk because of new Flood Insurance Rate Maps? With new maps, you will likely be required to protect your building and its contents with flood insurance if you have a mortgage. Flood insurance rates for high-risk areas are higher, but there are ways to save money with the National Flood Insurance Program “Grandfather Rule”. You can take advantage of grandfathering by buying a policy before the new maps take effect. You’ll likely qualify for the National Flood Insurance Program Preferred Risk Policy, which covers buildings and their contents for as little as $119 for the first year. After the new maps become effective, you can now renew the PRP for two years. On the third renewal, you will qualify for the standard rates associated with moderate-to-low risk zones, rather than high-risk zones. This could add up to significant savings because otherwise, the property will be rated using the high-risk flood zone on the new map. See www.floodsmart.gov for more information. Michael Blakely and Tom McDonald can produce copies of historic Flood Insurance Rate Maps to aide in the community verification process.

Q. Will Federal disaster assistance pay for flood damage? Federal disaster assistance is available only if the President declares a disaster. Typically, assistance is a loan that must be repaid with interest. Following a Federal disaster declaration some financial assistance is available, but usually for only short-term housing and not repairs. Flood insurance is the only sure way to be reimbursed for some of your flood losses.

Q. Is there any help to bring a non-conforming, flooded structure into compliance with local ordinances?

Federal Emergency Management Agency

www.FEMA.gov

Flood Smart

www.floodsmart.gov

Georgia Environmental Protection Division

www.gaepd.org

Georgia Emergency Management Agency

www.gema.state.ga.us

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

www.noaa.gov

Georgia Department of Natural Resources

www.gadnr.org

The University of Georgia Cooperative Extension

www.ugaextension.com

Georgia Association of Floodplain Management

www.gafloods.org

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

water.epa.gov

Yes. Increased Cost of Compliance Coverage is now available through the National Flood Insurance Program and pays up to $30,000 to help property owners bring a non-compliant structure into compliance with our Flood Damage Protection Ordinance. The structure must have flood insurance, be within the designated “High Risk” flood zone and the community must declare the structure to be substantially damaged or repetitively flooded. Increased Cost of Compliance Coverage claims will only be paid on flood-damaged homes and businesses, and can only be used to pay for costs of meeting the floodplain management ordinance in our community. Increased Cost of Compliance Coverage is part of the maximum $250,000 payout set by the National Flood Insurance Program. For more information on ICC coverage, call your insurance company or agent, or call the National Flood Insurance Program toll-free at 1-800-427-4661.

Floodplains Benefit Everyone Natural floodplains generally include marsh areas and low lying areas along canals and rivers. Floodplains provide fish and wildlife habitat, fertile soil for plant growth and act like reservoirs, storing excess rainfall and runoff. Open parks such as the Henderson, Wilmington and Bacon Park Golf Courses also act as natural floodplains. Chatham County and the City of Savannah also have barrier islands such as Little Tybee, Ossabaw, Cabbage and Wassaw Islands serve as natural protective barriers to incoming hurricane forces such as wave attack, and serve to reduce tidal and wind energies in addition to acting as natural aquatic habitats, wetlands, marshes and estuaries. Continued filling in these areas for development coupled with environmental contamination incidences such as the fire and gas release in April 1995 at the Powell Duffryn Terminals, Inc. site, the continual raw sewage spills from waste water treatment plants into the Savannah River, and the February 2008 Dixie Crystal (Imperial) Sugar plant explosion have crippling impacts in these protection zones. Understanding and protecting the natural functions of floodplains help reduce flood damage to property and

natural resources. How can we protect these natural habitats? To help we need to understand how these areas are destroyed. Stormwater runoff is a major contributing factor which is typically described as Point Source and Nonpoint Source. • Point Source Pollution means water pollutants that are delivered from pipes, ditches, channels, swales and even floating watercraft. • Nonpoint source (NPS) pollution comes from many different sources caused by rainfall or snowmelt moving over and through the ground. As the runoff moves along, it picks up and carries away natural and human-made pollutants such as fertilizers, herbicides, oils, grease, pet wastes and bacteria from faulty septic systems finally depositing them into lakes, rivers, wetlands, coastal waters and the groundwater. Both local and state agencies: 1. Test different locations, typically are where large “point source” dump into the bodies of water or NPS areas that are downhill from vast fields of farm or timbered lands, to ensure the contamination levels are not too high. 2. Investigation from which source the pollutants are coming from, write citations, levy fines or imprisonment. 3. Remedy to stop the contamination. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (US EPA) reports that nonpoint source pollution is the leading remaining cause of water quality problems. Items to be aware of are poorly maintained construction sites of silt fence or allows dirt on the street, ponds with large amount of algae, dying marsh grass or wet lands, and usual amount of dead fish. Report violations by dialing 652-7800 for the county and 311 for the City.

such as shrubs and wildflowers, tend to develop more extensive root systems that take in and hold water much better than lawns. As an added bonus, they require less maintenance than a lawn does. If you do decide to keep your lawn, though, follow the tips below to conserve water and reduce runoff. • Don’t leave soil exposed. Depending on your slope and soil type, bare soil can be nearly as impervious as concrete. If you can’t or don’t wish to plant vegetation on an exposed patch of soil, cover it with mulch, wood chips, or gravel. This is especially important for newly landscaped yards that don’t yet have established vegetation.

Conserve water, reduce pollution and landscape responsibly

A. Anyone can buy flood insurance but it is required in certain conditions. If you buy a house in a designated high-risk flood zone and receive a mortgage loan from a federally regulated or insured lender, your lender is legally bound to require you to maintain flood insurance.

More information is available online

During a heavy rain, water moving quickly off roofs, driveways and other impervious surfaces can cause a major influx of fresh water into our stormwater system. Dumping too much fresh water into that system can threaten the natural balance of our brackish marsh and wetlands. To reduce runoff from your property: • Collect runoff from your roof using rainbarrels or cisterns; use this water to irrigate landscaping. If you don’t have any way to make good use of the stored water, consider using gravel-filled barrels with holes at the bottom which slow the flow of water to allow the ground to absorb it all. • Eliminate or reduce impervious surfaces that allow rainwater to travel over rather than soak into the ground.

Use pavers instead of solid concrete in walkways or driveways. • Reduce the slope of your yard. If your yard has a severe slope, the soil will have a hard time absorbing even moderate rains. Consider excavating to make steep slopes more gradual. In order to prevent basement flooding and foundation damage, make sure there is an adequate slope away from the house for at least 10-15 feet. • Plant trees and native plants. Trees’ immense root systems absorb water over a large area. In addition, the canopy of a tree slows the fall of rainwater so that the ground is capable of absorbing larger amounts. Replace lawn areas with native plants. Lawns aren’t particularly effective at absorbing and retaining water, especially during heavy rains. Native plants,

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Most activities in the floodplain—such as grading, placing fill, building a new structure/addition, or repairing/ remodeling an existing structure—require a permit. Development within a floodplain has the potential to impact flood levels. If not properly designed, it may make flooding worse on your property and your neighbor’s property. All new construction must be built to current City and County floodplain development standards. The National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) and City and County code require that if the cost of reconstruction, acuminated over a five year period, due to any type of damage, addition or other renovations to an existing building exceeds 50% of the buildings value, the activity is considered a “substantial improvement.” This may require that the building be considered new construction and be brought up to current floodplain development standards. Additional County and City floodplain requirements may apply. Help may be available. See last question in Flood Insurance Frequently Asked Questions section above. For more information or to obtain a building permit within Chatham County, contact your building official at the Chatham County Department of Building Safety and Regulatory Services at 1117 Eisenhower Drive, or phone them at (912)201-4300. For the City of Savannah, contact the Development Service Department at 5515 Abercorn Street or (912) 651-6530.

Report illegal development in the floodplain City residents: Call 311 County residents: Department of Public Works (912)652-6840

Many homeowners are unaware of the potential pollution that can be caused by improper gardening practices. Too much or improperly applied landscaping chemicals can be washed by irrigation or rainwater into the storm drains and canals. These chemicals can be harmful or toxic to aquatic life. In addition, irrigating your landscape too often wastes water and can kill your plants. Below are some easy to follow tips that can save you money while protecting our natural resources. • Eliminate or minimize your lawn area to maintain only what your family needs. Grass lawns are water thirsty landscape. Avoid watering at night since this can cause a fungus to grow on your grass, and try not to water during the midday as water will be lost to evaporation. Water your landscape only in the early morning or evening. • Water your lawn less often, for longer periods of time to encourage deep roots. Short, frequent watering encourages shallow roots which makes plants drought intolerant. • Use the principals of Xeriscape (Pronounced: ZERE-AHSCAPE): 1. Plant native and/or drought tolerant plants. After they are established, they should require no additional watering. Examples are Crape Myrtles, Indian Hawthorne, Rosemary, and Little Gem Magnolia. For more of a selection see: www.ugaextension.com/bamboo/xeriscape1.html 2. Mulch! Mulch! Mulch! Mulch keeps moisture in the soil and prevents weeds. Mulch three to four inches deep in shrub planting beds and around trees, extending the mulch to the drip line of the tree canopy. 3. Group plants according to the water and sun needed. • Have your soil tested before applying

fertilizer. Fertilizer that is not absorbed by your landscape will end up in local waters. The Chatham County Extension Service will test your soil and give you recommendation for appropriate additives. They can be reached at (912) 652-7981. • Install a rain sensor on your automatic irrigation system. Watering while it’s raining is very wasteful. • Avoid insecticides and herbicides whenever possible. Choose natural alternatives. A healthy landscape is the best deterrent to weeds and pests. • Remember to follow the local Out-Door Watering Restrictions: No watering between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. Odd numbered addresses can water on Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday. Even numbered addresses can water on Monday, Wednesdays and Saturdays. No outdoor watering on Fridays. Nature’s method of handling rainfall is by absorption and evaporation. Drops that fall upon leaves, plant matter and the soil are either absorbed into the ground, taken in by the roots of plants or undergo evaporation process and enter back into the atmosphere. The water cycle enables us to drink the same water that existed millions of years ago. However, changes within this natural system can affect the quality of water, as well as rainfall patterns by shifting the amount of water recharged back into the ground and to plant life. Impervious surfaces, such as parking lots, roads,

sidewalks, rooftops, and other surfaces that redirect or slow the absorption of rainfall, have caused a dramatic change to the water cycle. Pollutants or waste collects on these surfaces end up in a storm drain after a rain event and eventually find their way straight into our waterways. Impervious surfaces allow the rain water to flow faster and deeper causing structural flooding. The images below show how undisturbed surfaces absorption reduces stormwater flow rate by keeping the water on site, as opposed to the impervious surfaces push the water flow off site at a much higher rate adding to the flood water’s velocity and amount causing much deeper flooding.

Reduce, Reuse & Recycle Reusable products help keep debris waterways. Much of the materials pulled from marshes and refrigerators) and various paper products can be from disposable items such as Styrofoam could have been recycled. Plastic products (including six reused instead of becoming dangerous entrapments for out of our sensitive wetlands and local pack holders), cans, glass bottles, large white goods (washers unsuspecting animals.

Water conservation improves water quality The demand for water in the United States creates the need to build dams, dig wells and make withdrawals from our natural water bodies. Using too much water also significantly contributes to pollution, since excess water moves across the ground, collecting pollutants from various sources and eventually deposits it into our drinking water sources. The local zoning and other regulatory authorities require “Buffer Protection” between marshes and new development. The buffer sizes vary between jurisdictions, but most commonly are 25 to 50 feet. The latter is always better. Check with your jurisdictions as to the buffer width. The buffers are designed to protect the marshes by filtering the runoff before it reaches the plant and animal life. These chemicals pollute the marsh waters, thus decreasing the water quality that the local wildlife depends upon for their habitat. We should all do our part to help keep our floodplain and floodplain waters free of contaminants. Now you can identify the contamination source in your neighborhood and clean it up or report it.

How wasting water hurts our water supply • Alters stream flows due to excessive withdrawals • Causes saltwater to intrude into freshwater aquifers due to excessive withdrawals • Increases the amount of polluted runoff water that flows into natural water supplies. This runoff water carries sediments, nutrients, salts and other pollutants and can be caused, among other things, by over irrigating urban landscapes or farm fields. Nutrients such as nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium are naturally occurring, but habitats can be destroyed when excess amounts of any one nutrient, especially phosphorus, are concentrated in the soil or water.

Contacts for more information Task Chatham County Stormwater site visit Flood Insurance: Determination & Elevation Certificates Structural flood visit Clogged Storm Pipe or Ditch Grease Separator Inspection Soil Erosion Guidelines Chatham County Emergency Management (CEMA) Stormwater quality Sanitary Septic tanks Health Department Recycling Center Watering restrictions Xeriscape: Savannah Plant native

912-652-7800 912-652-7814

www.chathamcounty.org Michael Blakely

912-652-7814 912-652-6840

Michael Blakely

912-652-7800 912-651-1454 912-201-4500

www.savannahga.gov www.thempc.org www.cema.chathamcounty.org

912-652-7800 912-356-2441 912-661-4960 912-652-6840 912-652-7981

http://www.chathamcounty.org/health.html

http://www.ugaextension.com/bamboo/xeriscape1.html

City of Savannah 912-650-7855 912-651-6530 ext 1895 912-651-6530 ext 1895 311 912-651-6620 912-650-7855

www.savannahga.gov Tom McDonald Tom McDonald www.savannahga.gov

SAME 912-651-7855 SAME 912-651-1967 912-651-6943 SAME

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Thunderbolt

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Runaway Point

Savannah Gardens

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Gordonston

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Moon River

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Savannah Golf Club

Victory Heights

Bacon Park

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Sandfly

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Live Oak

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Casey Canal

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St James Place

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Oakhurst

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Hunter Golf Club

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Tatumville

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Hunter Army Airfield

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Barn sle

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Godbe

Hoover Creek

Azalea Plaza/buckhalter Road

Dr

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Big

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Bourn e Ave

Pipe Makers Canal d lR Hil

Drakie Rd

Ursula Island

UNINCORP

St. Augustine Creek

Drakies Bluff/stone Container/sav Foods

e nt Av

en s Rd

Garden City

80 £ ¤

Mikell Ave

Da rq u e

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Flone ll Ave

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Old Louisville Rd

Pin

Hendley Rd

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Kin

Co

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Lyo ns

M Pine

B ax

Rd

Hw y asta l

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Dr

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City Dum p

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Pooler

Mega-site

Shor e Rd

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m

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Crossroads Business Park

Go dle

5

Savannah / Hilton Head International Airport

Hu n

re D r

W

Sh o

in e

La ke

Georgetown Brand ay

ll Ne

G ro ve

Little Ogeechee Landings/cottonvale Road

Beave r Run Dr

Gro ve

St A

McKenna Dr

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Southbridge

Dr

Vallambrosa

Wild Heron Rd

Po

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South bridg e Blvd

Crosswinds Golf Club

95

St Gra yS

1st St

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Way

rd D rC ollin s St n St EW ha tle y St EM ell S t

Tietge

S affo

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Rothw ell S t

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Mas sey St B ea tty S

Pooler Pky

SAVANNAH

Bradley Point

WS

A ve

Cliff Dr

Cliff Ct

Rd eter y Cem e St Je rom

SH ig h wa

Ho lly

Canal Rd

d aR ali Vid

Henderson Golf Club

Quacco Road/laurelwood

n Ca

Culvert Swamp

Harmony

POOLER

Hardin Canal

Us H

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Jimmy Deloach Pky

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Unincorporated Chatham County and the City of Savannah Flood Prone Areas Review the attached map to determine if you are in or near a Special Flood Hazard Area (SFHA). If you need assistance in making this determination or need a Flood Zone Determination Letter based on the current or historical FIRM please contact the Chatham County Department of Engineering at (912) 652-7814 or the City of Savannah at (912) 651-6530. You can also review flood zone, Letter of Map Amendment and benchmark map information at www.sagis.org. Other maps and flood information can be viewed at www.msc.fema.gov (FIRMettes) and by visiting the Flood Protection page on the both the Chatham County’s web page at www. chathamcounty.org and the City’s at wwwsavannahga.gov.

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Little Neck Road

Little Ogeechee Pond

rd D r

Forest Dr

Musket Ct Plantation Dr

Big Ben Rd

g Villa

Rd

S ai nt A ug us tin

Airport/crossroads

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PORT WENTWORTH S ta

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tto Co

“High Risk” zone is a term that is used to draw a distinction between coastal V zones and inland A Zones, and to highlight similarities between V Zones and A Zones in coastal areas. A building in this area is subject to breaking wave heights between 2.9 feet and 1.5 feet. Building damage in Coastal A Zones is consistent with those observed in V Zones, not riverine A Zones. The City and County has not mapped the Coastal A zones at this time. The Coastal A zone is currently being delineated through Risk MAP program see www.georgiadfirm.com for more details.

Wild Cat Dam Rd

S affo

Rd Hir am

Walthour Swamp

Go dle y

Savannah Quarters

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Flood Insurance

“High Risk” zone, prone to flood with rising water in both the 100-year and the 500year storms. Structures have a 1% annual chance of flooding and a 26% chance of flooding over the life of a 30-year mortgage. In this zone, a Base Flood Elevation (BFE) above Sea Level has yet to be determined. As in all A and V zones the e “50% rule” applies, which is when a non-compliance structure must come into compliance when the construction cost exceeds 50% of the building’s Fair Market Value. See Building and Developing in Floodplains.

A Zone

Risk

16

St

Litchfield

“Moderate Risk” zone, and is considered to be above the 100-year floodplain, but may have up to a foot of water in a 500-year storm event.

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X_500 Zone

R

“Low Risk” zone, and is considered above the 100- and 500-year floodplains.

Zone

St

Lynn

Savannah Quarters County Club

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E G ar vi n S

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Perry Rd

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X Zone

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Main St

Win ga

Rd d a le

Dr

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Whi te

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Cheyenn e Rd

BLOOMINGDALE

SAVANNAH

New Hampstead

Middle Landing Rd

Newton Tract

Do ub

Sandy Bluff/pine Barren Road

Rd en

Local Flood Zones and Risks

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Red Hill Rd

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La Vista Cir

Rd Adam s

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Bas in Rd

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Flood Zone Boundaries for the City of Savannah and Unincorporated Chatham County

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Interstate 516

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Spanish Moss Rd

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