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Tropical Storm Ophelia Information


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A Tropical Storm Warning is in effect for the coastal waters of Brunswick County. A Flood Watch is in effect for Brunswick County

Most Brunswick County operations and services will continue as usual at this time except for the following changes:

  • Brunswick County Parks will close early at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Sept. 22
  • All Brunswick County Parks and Recreation youth events are canceled for the weekend (Sept. 23-24)

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Flood Resource Links

Flood Damage Prevention Ordinance

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Flood Resource Links

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Code Administration

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Flood Zone Viewer

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Resource Links

General Information
Brunswick County GISNorth Carolina Flood Risk Information SystemFEMA2021 Southeastern North Carolina Regional Hazard Mitigation Plan.
Brunswick County Flood Damage Prevention Ordinance, eff. December 6, 2019Flood Insurance Study (FIS) 2019North Carolina Community Status BookFEMA-Letter of Revalidation-LOMC
National Flood Insurance ProgramAnswers to Questions About NFIPFacts About Flood InsuranceHazard Mitigation Assistance Program
Floodplain ManagementUnderstanding Flood MapsFEMA Community Rating SystemFEMA Map Service Center
Coastal Flood RiskElevated Residential StructuresCoastal ConstructionProtecting Manufactured Homes from Floods and Other Hazards
Design and Construction in Coastal A ZonesProtecting Building Utility Systems from Flood DamageReducing Damage from Localized FloodingProtecting Floodplain Resources-A Guidebook for Communities
Mitigation of Flood and Erosion Damage to Residential Buildings in Coastal AreasMinimizing Flood Damage to Electric Service ComponentsPre-Disaster MitigationNorth Carolina Association of Floodplain Managers
Repetitive Flood ClaimsSevere Repetitive LossFlood Insurance Reform Act 2012Floodplain Grandfathering Information
Information on Letter of Map ChangeNorth Carolina Floodplain Management Quick GuideInformation on Floodways and Non-Encroachment Areas
FEMA Technical Bulletins
FEMA-User's Guide to Technical Bulletins-TB-0FEMA-Openings in Foundation Walls and Walls of Enclosures-TB1FEMA-Flood Damage-Resistant Materials Requirements- TB-2FEMA-Non-Residential Floodproofing- Requirements and Certification- TB-3
FEMA-Elevator Installation- TB-4FEMA-Free of Obstruction Requirements- TB-5FEMA-Below Grade Parking Requirements- TB-6FEMA-Wet Floodproofing Requirements- TB-7
FEMA-Corrosion Protection for Metal Connectors in Coastal Areas-TB-8FEMA-Design and Construction Guidance for Breakaway Walls-TB-9FEMA-Building on Fill-TB-10FEMA-Crawlspace Construction-TB-11
FEMA-Wave Setup Methodology Flood Study- TB-12FEMA-Installing Mechanical Equipment and UtilitiesProtecting Building Utilities FEMA P-348Non-Engineered Opening Guide
Elevation Certificate With InstructionsV-Zone Certification Form 2020Pier-Dock Analysis FormFIRM Index Map 2020
Dry Floodproofing Certificate for Non-Residential Structures



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