Adopting Rules for On-Site Sewage Facilities
Flood Damage Prevention Order & Rules
Floodplain Development Permit
OSFF Affidavit to the Public
Mobile Vending Map
FEMA Mapping Information
The 2012 FEMA maps have been authorized and adopted by Medina County. The Medina County Environmental Health Department will no longer accept the 1980 non digitized maps with any OSSF or Floodplain applications. Paper maps are no longer available; FEMA issues them on a disk. If you cannot purchase the CD’s from FEMA, there is a free FEMA website that has the maps available on line. On April 3, 2012, the maps will be effective and the old maps will no longer be accepted.Click the web link and follow the steps below to print your Flood Plain Map. www.msc.fema.gov/portal.
Enter your address in the box provided. When the map appears there is another box inside of it, click “HYBRID” On the left will be several icons, click “VIEW MAP” Select “Make a FIRMette” Click & hold on the red box in upper left hand corner of map.
Drag Red Box to the area you wish to view. Select Create “FIRMette” (The Adobe image) Click on “Save your FIRMette” and save accordingly
Now you can print your FIRMette or you can email (the envelope symbol) as an attachment (you have to click on the ride side of the screen “attach to email”
If you have any further questions or concerns, please contact our office and we will kindly assist you in this transition. Thank you.
Pat E. Brawner
Flood Plain Administrator & Environmental Health Investigator
March 23, 2012,November 12, 2015
Monday December 12, 2016 - Thursday December 15, 2016
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Precinct 1 - 275 CR 341 Hondo
Precinct 2 - 146 PR 4701 Castroville
Precinct 3 -7575 CR 429 D'Hanis
Precinct 4 - 1035 CR 5710
EHG Office - 709 Ave Y, Hondo
709 Avenue Y
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