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Campbell Wash Floodplain Study

 

Study status:  LOMR approved by FEMA and became effective October 6, 2011

 

For more information, please contact the Project Manager:
Akitsu Kimoto, Principal Hydrologist
(520) 724-4600

FEMA has approved Letter of Map Revision (LOMR) Case Number 12-09-0017P for the Campbell Wash floodplain. The LOMR became effective October 6, 2011.  The revisions start at Skyline Dr. and extend to approximately 1930 feet north of River Rd. The map revisions reflect better topographic information, revised hydraulic modeling, and incorporates drainage infrastructure. The maps cover portions of Sections 08, 09, 17, 19 and 20 of Township 13 South, Range 14 East. If accepted, the revised Floodplains, Floodways, and Base Flood Elevations modify portions of Flood Insurance Rate Maps 04019C1685L, 04019C1685L and 04019C1695L

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

The most frequently asked questions regarding the re-mapping of the floodplain for the Campbell Wash, the Flood Insurance Rate Maps, Letters of Map Revision, Flood Insurance and more can be found in this LOMR FAQ. The District also has a Flood Insurance page that answers many common questions about flood insurance.

Maps

Below is a map of the project area. The map is clickable, so click within a map area or on the map label to get a PDF map showing greater detail. Each map shows the current and proposed FEMA floodplain for portions of the project area.

Clickable index map to access more detailed floodplain maps for the Campbell Wash LOMR

Link to Campbell Wash LOMR Map #1 Link to Campbell Wash LOMR Map #2 Link to Campbell Wash LOMR Map #3 Link to Campbell Wash LOMR Map #4 Link to Campbell Wash LOMR Map #5 Link to Campbell Wash LOMR Map #6 Link to Campbell Wash LOMR Map #7 Link to Campbell Wash LOMR Map #8 Link to Campbell Wash LOMR Map #9 Link to Campbell Wash LOMR Map #10

If you have trouble accessing the maps through the index map above, they are available below.