New surge maps put more people in flo...

New surge maps put more people in flood zones

There are 12 comments on the WAVY Norfolk Hampton Roads story from Jul 7, 2008, titled New surge maps put more people in flood zones. In it, WAVY Norfolk Hampton Roads reports that:

As Hurricane Bertha kicks off the new hurricane season, local emergency planners are dealing with new flood zone maps.

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George

Virginia Beach, VA

#1 Jul 7, 2008
How can we obtain a flood map of Virginia Beach?
John

Virginia Beach, VA

#2 Jul 7, 2008
Great but where are the zones.
John

Virginia Beach, VA

#3 Jul 7, 2008
Great but where are the zones
Mary M

Norfolk, VA

#4 Jul 7, 2008
Where can I see these new surge/flood zone maps?
jackie

United States

#5 Jul 8, 2008
How do you find if you are in the new zones.
Theresa K

Virginia Beach, VA

#6 Jul 8, 2008
Wait till all these people find out that they will be paying about $500.00+ more for flood insurance per year. I have been paying it for 28 years & live right across the street from Greenrun. I never knew they didn't have to have it or pay what I have been paying. Where do I apply for a refund???
snafu Virginia Beach

Portsmouth, VA

#7 Jul 8, 2008
How do you obtain this new map. I am sure the home insurance companies appreciate this news.
John

Virginia Beach, VA

#8 Jul 8, 2008
Rest of the story??? Just where are these new flood zones? Is it too much to ask for a map??
sandy

Virginia Beach, VA

#9 Jul 16, 2008
George wrote:
How can we obtain a flood map of Virginia Beach?
The flood maps for Virginia Beach (the old and new) are available at www.vbgov.com/floodmaps .
The surge map (which are different from the flood insurance maps and carry no insurance requirement)are handled by the City of Virginia Beach Emergency Management Department Go to www.vbgov.com , search for Department of Emergency Management.
Thomas J Ruthaford Sr

Norfolk, VA

#10 Jul 16, 2008
Damn, will I have to learn to swim now?
Richad Morrison

AOL

#11 Jul 29, 2008
I don,t need flood insurance nor do I need storm water/ surge protection as I live on top of the Pungo Ridge.

I would like a refund on the storm water charge and be exempt from further billing.

You need to be more considerate of the hard working taxpayers. Another $1.50 for late charges?
Stop feeding the homeless with the taxpayers money. They are a liability and a blight on our city. The money could go for a much better cause.
Mary Anne Virginia Beach

AOL

#12 Aug 24, 2008
Yes...where are these new flood maps as pointed out in the "PIPELINE" newsletter?

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