USA - FEMA Seeks Public Comments on Proposed Changes to the National Flood Insurance Program Minimum Floodplain Management Standards
WASHINGTON -- FEMA published a notice today in the Federal Register seeking public comment on the National Flood Insurance Program’s (NFIP) minimum floodplain management standards.
This notice is to gather comments on opportunities to update the program’s minimum floodplain management standards to help communities become safer, stronger and more resilient. It also seeks input on NFIP minimum floodplain management standards that will promote conservation of threatened and endangered species and their habitats consistent with the Endangered Species Act, Section 7(a)(1).
The type of feedback that is most useful to the agency includes feedback that:
- Identifies opportunities for the agency to improve the NFIP’s minimum floodplain management standards for land management and use
- Identifies specific program components that promote conservation of threatened and endangered species and their habitats