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Response to FEMA on hold projects

October 21, 2014

——– Original Message ——–
Subject: FMIX Inquiry #2086285 – [FMS]
– Need help understanding Risk Maps
Date: 21 Oct 2014 15:21:00 -0400
From: FEMA Map Specialist

We are responding as a representative of the
Department of Homeland Security,
Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)
to your email message sent to

According to our database, preliminary maps
for the Clinton River Watershed
are slated to be issue to the City of Warren on 05/31/2015
and are projected to become effective on 06/16/2016.

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FMIX Info Exchange FEMA

FMIX Info Exchange FEMA

The data that you see on the FEMA Risk Map Progress website
is only updated on a quarterly basis.
The flood studies in this locality
may have been on hold, but they are
now currently active
with preliminary maps in progress.

When preliminary maps are officially issued,
they will be available
to view at the Community Map Repository (CMR).

To examine these maps and speak with someone knowledgeable
about local floodplain management, you can contact your
community Floodplain Administrator (FPA).
According to our records, the floodplain administrator
for the City of Warren is James Van Havermaat,
and he can be reached at (586)759-9300.
Their office is located at 1 City Square.

You may also contact the FEMA Map Information eXchange (FMIX)
by telephone, toll-free, at (877) 336-2627, option 1,
or by chat at

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FMIX map information exchange

FMIX map information exchange


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