No Adverse Impact Floodplain Management: Community Case Studies 2004Material type: TextSeries: FEMA Collection | No Adverse ImpactPublisher: Madison Association of State Floodplain Managers 2004Description: 72 pages illustrationsContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceSubject(s): Flood damage prevention -- case studies -- United States | Floodplain management -- case studies -- United StatesOther classification: FLOD.130.ASFPM2004 Online resources: Access publication here through ASFPM digital library
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Prepared with the support of the Public Entity Risk Institute Fairfax,VA www.riskinstitute.org
The No Adverse Impact Vision -- Case Studies -- Charlotte/Mecklenburg County, North Carolina Hazard Identification & Mapping -- Orange County, Florida Public Education & Outreach -- Maricopa County, Arizona Planning -- Ft. Collins, Colorado Regulations & Development Standards -- Tulsa, Oklahoma Mitigation -- Milwaukee, Wisconsin Infrastructure -- Austin, Texas Emergency Services -- Portland, Oregon Integrated Management Techniques -- South Holland, Illinois A Small Town’s Comprehensive Approach -- Southern Shores, North Carolina Coastal Management -- Thurston County, Washington Habitat-based Watershed Planning -- Terms & Acronyms -- NAI Reference Materials -- Acknowledgments
Flood damages throughout the nation are increasing. If communities only follow minimum national approaches, that trend will likely continue. In order to assist communities with better approaches for flood loss reduction, ASFPM developed the approach.
No Adverse Impact Floodplain Management - Community Case Studies - 2004 includes eleven examples of communities that have incorporated development approaches and other local actions based on No Adverse Impact (NAI) concepts that make sense to local land owners, developers and local decision makers.