The following are requirements for floodplain development:
Burnet County FEMA FIRMs Flood Maps 03152012
Flood Damage Prevention Order
LCRA Hydromet link
Lampasas River - Real-time River Gauge
If the Lampasas River reaches 33 feet this is a Major Flood Stage, 26 feet is Moderate Flood Stage,
18 feet is Flood Stage, 16 feet is Action Stage
The message below was received from ASFPM. FEMA has extended the Preferred Risk Policy under the National Flood Insurance Program. This will be good news for property owners that currently have a PRP. PRP, offers low-cost flood insurance to owners and tenants of eligible residential and non-residential buildings located in moderate- to low-risk areas. A PRP offers considerable premium savings to low risk property owners with no difference in coverage. In May 2010, FEMA announced that property owners that were newly mapped within a Special Flood Hazard Area (SFHA) due to a map revision would be eligible for the PRP for the two years from the map revision date.
Beginning with the first renewal effective on or after January 1, 2013, existing preferred risk policies will not be transitioned into full-risk rating. Instead, they will continue to be issued as preferred risk policies at each renewal, until further notice. See message link below.
FEMA EXTENDS PREFERRED RISK POLICY
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