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G194.3 - Advanced Floodplain Management Concepts, Virtual class, hosted by Osceola Co

Friday, July 23, 2021, 10:00 AM until 3:00 PM
Additional Info:
Sally M Cook
FFMA Training
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3 CFM and 3 PE credits for attending this entire class. Partial credits will not be given. 
Credit eligibility is based on attention and participation. Multi-tasking during the session may affect eligibility for credit.

Taught by: Steve Boehning, PE, CFM

Course Description:

This module explores the floodplain management implications of LOMCs for the local floodplain administrator. Activities include a review of LOMC types, proposed development scenarios, local considerations and responsibilities in signing a Community Acknowledgement Form, opportunities to promote best practices, and review of sample ordinance language to manage floodplains and provide enforcement authority at the local level.


Course Objectives are to provide participants with the in-depth analysis and more advanced discussion of floodplain management concepts so States, local governments, Federal agencies, and Tribes can more effectively manage and implement flood damage reduction programs to eliminate or reduce future flood losses.

Target Audience:

Floodplain managers and those functioning in support roles.