The Flood Control District is now accepting email requests for Flood Hazard Status Reports. A flood hazard status report will be based on staff’s interpretation of the Flood Insurance Rate Map (FIRM) supplied by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and is not an instrument of certification. Certification must be determined by a field survey performed by a registered land surveyor or professional engineer. The information supplied with the flood hazard status relates only to flood hazard areas formally designated by FEMA and/or Flood Control for major watercourses. For the flood hazard status report, the following information must be included with the request:
- Parcel or tax assessor number (APN) in the subject line of the email
This must be the current APN. A flood hazard status report cannot be completed if an invalid parcel number is supplied.
- Company Name
- Mailing Address
- Phone Number
- Comments or Special Requests
- Return Email Address
Please include all information above and make sure the Assessor Parcel Number is valid within Yavapai County for a quicker response. Response time will be two to three working days.
To request a Flood Hazard Status report, email FloodStatus@yavapai.us
Please note that Yavapai County Flood Control District will provide a flood hazard status report for all unincorporated areas of Yavapai County, and the incorporated communities of Camp Verde, Clarkdale, and Dewey-Humboldt.
We do not provide a flood hazard status report for the Cities of Prescott, Cottonwood, and Sedona, Town of Prescott Valley, and Town of Chino Valley. Please contact those communities directly.