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A Floodplain Review Application is required when a project is located in a potential flood hazard area.
This checklist provides the list of individual documents that are required for a complete application for engineering projects.
Flood studies determine the limits of the floodplain, floodway and whether the proposed project will cause flood elevations to increase. Flood studies must be prepared by a licensed engineer. Information on Delineation Surveys can be found in Pierce County Code Sections
18E.70.030.C.D. and E
- Development Regulations - Critical Areas.
Flood Boundary Delineation Survey
A flood Boundary Delineation Survey is required to accurately show where the floodplain is located on a property. Delineation Surveys must be prepared by a licensed surveyor. Information on Delineation Surveys can be found in Pierce County Code Section
of the Title 18E- Development Regulations - Critical Areas.
Floodplain Elevation Certificate
Buildings that are located within a floodplain must be built to an elevation that is higher than the floodplain elevation. Elevation of the building must be documented on a Floodplain Elevation Certificate. Floodplain elevation certificates must be prepared by a licensed surveyor. Information about Floodplain Elevation Certificates can be found in Pierce County Code
of Title 18E - Development Regulations- Critical Areas.
Applicants must submit a floodplain request for situations where they desire to modify a County flood standard. Information about Floodplain Variances can be found in Pierce County Code
of Title 18E - Development Regulations - Critical Areas.
Flood Boundary Delineation Survey Checklist
Flood Damage Bulletin
Flood Hazard Areas Bulletin
FEMA Floodplain Elevation Certificate Form (2015)
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