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FEMA Flood Map Link Also Census Tract Numbers Online

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Census Tract Numbers Online: (either works)

http://www.ffiec.gov/Geocode/default.htm
http://tier2.census.gov/ctsl/ctsl.htm

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FEMA Online Flood maps:

http://gis1.msc.FEMA.gov/Website/newstore/viewer.htm


Enter your subject's address. When the flood map panel stuff comes up,,over on the right is "View" Click on that to see the actual map. You can zoom in for details Or use your mouse to drag a red window over your subject area to see just that part. Mess around, it's pretty neat,..... and free...

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All I get is "page cannot be displayed"

"page cannot be displayed" is Internet Explorer's standard way of saying it could not contact the website. So the problem is either your Internet connection, one of the 10-20 "hops" between your computer and the server, or the server itself.

Since the links works for me, it is not the HUD server. Try again later, and if it still don't work run a trace route and find out where the problem is.
 

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where do i get the map #'s for the report ??? thanks for the site !!!

Michael,

After you enter the address you will get a page that shows Map item ID as well as the date of the map and a description and the "view" link to see the map.

The Map Item ID is the Map Panel Number. In addition, when you view the map, it shows you an actual picture of the paper map. You can zoom into the lower right corner of the map and it shows the Map panel # there also.
 

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I think, I saw a $ sign somewhere on the page but I am not sure.
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I think, I saw a $ sign somewhere on the page but I am not sure.
Thanks,
Moh

You can view and print the flood map without charge. The map you view is the same as if you order the paper copy for $2.00
 

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I've been having trouble getting this to work too. I've used it as a suppliment to my paper maps for months. I can't seem to get it to work.
 

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Never mind. It seems to be working now. Had trouble the last couple of days. Thanks ya'll.
 
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