The City of Lauderhill participates in the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP). That allows local insurance agents to sell a NFIP flood insurance policy to homeowners under rules and standard rates set by the federal government. Any house in Lauderhill can be covered by a flood insurance policy. The City is a Class 7 community. This means that everyone in Lauderhill that is currently in a Special Flood Hazard Area (SFHA) is entitled to a 15% discount on their flood insurance premium. Our community number if 120044. Be sure to give that information to your insurance agency to ensure you get your discount. Do to not wait for the next flood to buy insurance. Most of the time there is a waiting period before the policy goes into effect.
The City maintains elevation certificates, flood insurance rate maps, and letters of map amendment documents. The new Flood Insurance Rate Maps (FIRMs) have gone into effect as of August 18, 2014. The map below will allow you to locate your property and collect some information regarding your flood insurance and whether you are still required to carry flood insurance. Please call Danyl Noel at (954) 730-3055 or Shelley Morton at (954) 730-4238 for copies of elevation certificates, Letters of Map Amendments (LOMAs) or to get a Flood Determination Letter. They will also be able to help you with any additional questions regarding flood insurance or the National Flood Insurance Program.
A Repetitive Loss Analysis has been completed for the properties where two or more claim payments of more than $1,000 each have been paid within a ten year period since 1978. To see a copy of this report, click here. A Progress Report of the Floodplain Management Plan is submitted to the State every year. To see a copy of this report, click here.
NOTE: This map reflects the flood zones for your property before and after August 18, 2014.
STEP 1: Type in your address and zip code in the Find Address box in the upper right hand corner. (Example: 2101 NW 49 AVE, 33313).
STEP 2: Once the pop up box designating your address appears, click on the map where the tip of the arrow shows.
STEP 3: A new pop up window will appear showing the old and new flood information for your property.