Report flooding due to Irma:
Savannah experienced some storm surge due to Hurricane Irma. If you were a victim of the flooding or saw areas that flooded, please report your information by contacting the City's 311 Center by dialing 311 or click on Form Center to complete an on-line survey. The information you provide helps the City Stormwater Department to better understand areas vulnerable to flooding.
For latest Hurricane information from the City click on: Hurricane Information.
NEW: Flood Insurance Adjuster Briefing for Insurance Adjusters.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) will conduct an Adjuster Briefing in Savannah, GA on Monday, September 25, 2017 in response to Hurricane Irma. The Adjuster Briefing is designed for insurance adjusters who want to be certified to adjust flood insurance claims.
The briefing will address coverage, limitations, and exclusions under the Standard Flood Insurance Policy (SFIP) forms, as well as prior losses, Increased Cost of Compliance (ICC), substantial damage, and any other issues that may be encountered in handling claims resulting from the recent flooding.
Location: Savannah Civic Center - (Ballroom),
301 W. Oglethorpe Ave., Savannah, GA 31401
Date: Monday, September 25, 2017
Time: 3:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.
** New: Find My Flood Zone. Use this new web map to follow step by step instructions to discover the current flood zones and new proposed flood zones throughout Chatham County. (Click on the below icon).
NEW: $ How much does flood insurance cost? The Cost Fact Sheet displays actual flood insurance cost of a residential building that is in the different flood zones, elevations, and uses. For the exact cost of your structure, talk with your flood insurance agent, insurance advocate above, or visit FloodSmart.gov web page. Link: Cost Fact Sheet.
Georgia Emergency Management Agency/Homeland Security (404) 635-7000 or 1-800-TRYGEMA (1-800-879-4362) or by the web Hazard Mitigation Assistance Grants
Flood Insurance Study (FIS) | Letter Of Map Changes (LOMC) | Revalidation Letter
Click here for access page to the Flood Insurance Study (FIS), LOMC and FEMA Revalidation Letter
Forms: Blank Elevation Certificate and Other Needed Design Certificates
Click Here for access page to Elev. Cert, V Zone Design, Dry Floodproofing forms and Non Conversion Letter.
More Flood Safety Tips:
When the City is experiencing heavy rains and localized flooding, we recommend that you take the following precautions: