On this website our intent is to help educate you about Elevation Certificates as provided in Chandler Arizona. The information is beneficial to everyone involved in the process. There should be no surprises.
Certainly we cannot guarantee the Flood Elevation Certificate will result in low insurance rates. FEMA, in conjunction with the local government in charge of flood control, determines flood zones. The Chandler Arizona Land Surveyor provides the information, via the Flood Elevation Certificate form, which provides the data which determines the flood risk for your home or business.
There are 4 primary Flood Zones found in Chandler, Arizona. They are Zone A, Zone AO, Zone AH and Zone AE. Select the images here for a higher resolution of each Zone
Zone A - Chandler - Flood Zone A, a dertermined by FEMA is an area which has at least a 1 percent annual chance of flooding but no detailed anylisis has been done to determine the actual Base Flood Elevation or depth
Zone AO - Chandler - Flood Zone AO, a dertermined by FEMA is an area which has at least a 1 percent annual chance of shallow flooding of 3 feet or less in a large area with flowing water. There will be a Flood Depth given, most often being 1 foot, which has been calulated by a detailed analysis of the area
Zone AH - Chandler - Flood Zone AH, a dertermined by FEMA is an area which has at least a 1 percent chance of shallow flooding in an area subject to ponding. There will be a Base Flood Elevation provided which is based on detailed calculations of the area.
Zone AE - Chandler - Flood Zone AE, a dertermined by FEMA is an area which has at least a 1 percent chance of flooding, typically along a flowing stream. There will be Base Flood Elevations given along the flowing area and a calculation is made to determine the Base Flood Elevation at the location of the building.
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