DEEP: Flood Management and Natural Hazard Mitigation

Flood Management and Natural Hazard Mitigation

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The Torrent - Archived Newsletters about floodplain management issues and FEMA programs.
FEMA 2013 Natural Hazards Mitigation Planning Guidance Document for single and multi-jurisdictional plans.
Hazard Mitigation (link to DESPP/Division of Emergency Management and Homeland Security)
Connecticut DEEP Flood Management Certification Program: 
Connecticut General Statutes section 25-68b through section 25-68h requires any state agency proposing an activity within or affecting a floodplain or that impacts natural or man-made storm drainage facilities must submit a flood management certification to DEEP.
      • Steps 1 and 2 - Is a Flood Management Certification Required? and Project Siting
      • Step 3 - Determining Project Complexity
      • Step 4 - Flood Management Certification Application and Review
For further information contact the Land and Water Resources Division at 860-424-3706.
Content last updated July 2019