2 edition of Flood plain management in South Carolina found in the catalog.
Flood plain management in South Carolina
Daniel A. Fairey
by Division of Data Acquisition and Analysis, South Carolina Land Resources Conservation Commission in [Columbia]
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 90-98.
|Statement||by Daniel A. Fairey.|
|Contributions||South Carolina. Division of Land Resources Data Acquisition and Analysis.|
|LC Classifications||TC424.S7 F34|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 98 p. :|
|Number of Pages||98|
|LC Control Number||77622962|
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Flood plain management in South Carolina by Daniel A. Fairey,Division of Data Acquisition and Analysis, South Carolina Land Resources Conservation Commission edition, in English - 2d ed., rev.
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2 SOUTH CAROLINA QUICK GUIDE South Carolina Department of Natural Resources, Flood Mitigation Programs, is pleased to provide this Quick Guide to help our citizens understand what floodplain management is and why we regulate floodplain development. Counties and local communities regulate the floodplain to: Protect people and property.
2 SOUTH CAROLINA QUICK GUIDE South Carolina Department of Natural Resources, Flood Mitigation Programs, is pleased to provide this Quick Guide to help our citizens understand what ﬂoodplain management is and why we regulate ﬂoodplain development.
Counties and local communities regulate the ﬂoodplain to: Protect people and property. Floodplain Manager Joye MeadowsCertified Floodplain Manager Hillcrest SquareSuite CLaurens, SC Office: () Fax: () email: [email protected] Flood Hazard.
Two types of flooding occur in Colleton County: localized flooding; and, flooding from rising water caused by storms. Localized flooding is caused by blocked drainage systems or inadequate drainage facilities.
Storm flooding is due to rising water caused by tropical storms and hurricanes. The special flood hazard area also known as the flood hazard zone is the land that has a chance to be inundated by flood waters during certain rain events as determined by FEMA.
In Dorchester County these areas are most common to be known as the 1% or year flood hazard zone and it has a 1% chance of being inundated by flood waters any given year. Riverine flooding occurs when the flow of rainwater runoff is greater than the carrying capacities of the natural drainage systems.
The largest riverine flood in South Carolina, based on the area affected, was the flood. Relentless rains associated with warm moist air and a low-pressure system caused this flood. 61 rows The National Flood Insurance Program Community Status Book This page lists National.
Floodplain Management. Your local government can tell you in which flood zone your property is located. For unincorporated Charleston County, Awendaw, Kiawah Island, Meggett, and Rockville, contact the Charleston County Planning Department to obtain a flood zone determination.
Flood zone determinations are available for property in other municipalities in Charleston County through the. Releasing Preliminary South Carolina Flood Maps. The release of preliminary flood hazard maps, or Flood Insurance Rate Maps (FIRMs), is an important step in the mapping lifecycle for a community.
This release provides community officials, the public, and other stakeholders with their first view of the current flood hazards, which include. ASFPM Certified Floodplain Manager Program Information The Association of State Floodplain Managers has established a national program for certifying floodplain managers.
This program recognizes continuing education and professional development that enhances the knowledge and performance of local, state, federal and private-sector floodplain. Floodplain management works Search for books with subject Floodplain management. Search. Business depth-damage analysis procedures Stuart A.
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Zone X: Areas determined to be outside year flood plain. High-Risk Areas. Zone A: No base flood elevations determined.
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Berkeley County– Please call Terri Hancock at or email the flood plain department at [email protected] Dorchester County– Please call the Planning and Codes Department at and ask to speak with the flood plain manager.
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