East North Central States

Preliminary Flood Maps

FEMA is working across the nation to update the current Flood Insurance Rate Maps. Below is a list of areas where maps are currently being updated. See the maps before they become effective.

 

Property Owners Can Take Advantage of Grandfathering

If a property is mapped into a high-risk area such as Zone A or AE, and the owner has a mortgage through a federally regulated or insured lender, flood insurance will be required when the FIRM becomes effective.

 


Preliminary Flood Insurance Rate Maps are available in the following counties.

 

Wisconsin- Preliminary 

Monroe County Flood Maps

Pierce County Flood Maps

Lafayette County Flood Maps

Current Effective Maps

 

 

Illinois- Preliminary

Cook County Flood Maps

DuPage County Flood Maps

Kane County Flood Maps

Randolph County Flood Maps

Current Effective Maps

 

 

Indiana- Preliminary

Bartholomew County Flood Maps

Brown County Flood Maps

Hamilton County Flood Maps

Johnson County Flood Maps

Perry County Flood Maps

Shelby County Flood Maps

Vanderburgh County Flood Maps

Current Effective Maps

 

 

Michigan- Preliminary

Macomb County Flood Maps

Monroe County Flood Maps

St. Clair County Flood Maps

Wayne County Flood Maps

Current Effective Maps

 

 

Ohio- Preliminary

Ashtabula County Flood Maps

Cuyahoga County Flood Maps

Erie County Flood Maps

Fairfield County Flood Maps

Lake County Flood Maps

Logan County Flood Maps

Lorain County Flood Maps

Lucas County Flood Maps

Miami County Flood Maps

Ottawa County Flood Maps

Richland County Flood Maps

Scioto County Flood Maps

Stark County Flood Maps

Warren County Flood Maps

Current Effective Maps