Floodplain Management is the operation of a community program of corrective and preventative measures for reducing flood damage. These measures take a variety of forms and generally include requirements for zoning, subdivision or building, and special-purpose floodplain ordinances.
A community's agreement to adopt and enforce floodplain management ordinances, particularly with respect to new construction, is an important element in making flood insurance available to home and business owners.
Flood Zones & Flood Base Elevations - City of Bay St. Louis - August 2011
(Including City Boundaries, Streets, Parcels, Flood Zones (DFIRMS), Building Footprints, and Elevation Contours)
The City of Bay Saint Louis' Annual Community Outreach Project
The City of Bay St. Louis Local Hazard Mitigation Plan (LHMP)
Flood Damage Prevention Ordinance 521
FEMA: The National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP)
FloodSmart Program - provides the basics of flood insurance
FEMA's Homeowner's Guide To Retrofitting: Six Ways To Protect Your House From Flooding
A guide specifically for homeowners who want to protect their home.
FEMA's Protecting Building Utilities From Flood Damage
To assist in the contruction of buildings with building utility systems
FEMA's Resource Record Details: Protect Your Property From Flooding
Information is using flood-resistant contruction materials.
FEMA's FloodSmart Program: The Cost Of Flooding
An interactive tool that allows users to see how much a flood to your home could cost, inch by inch.
The Insurance Institute for Business and Home Safety
A guide to reducing the risks from floods
FEMA's Protect Your Property or Business From Disaster
References on protection from various hazards.
FEMA's Informational Guidelines For During and After a Flood.
Red Cross Flood Safety Checklist
Bay-Waveland Yacht Club, MS - Real Time Water Data
FEMA/Red Cross - Repairing Your Flooded Home (English / Spanish)
ELEVATION CERTIFICATES FOR PROPERTIES PERMITTED IN SFHA (J - Z)