Transportation & Natural Resources
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) ranks Travis County among the fastest growing areas in the nation and in the top 10 percent of flood-damage prone communities. Most of the former FEMA floodplain maps for Travis County were based on out-of-date technical data prepared up to 25-years ago. In March 2006, FEMA released the new preliminary Flood Insurance Rate Maps (FIRM) and Flood Insurance Studies (FIS) to Travis County. The updated maps went into effect in 2008.
Floodplain maps are available on the City of Austin website.
To receive an electronic copy of the floodplain map that covers your area, please e-mail your address to: FloodMapInfo@traviscountytx.gov.
Travis County only has floodplain jurisdiction in the unincorporated areas of the County (outside city limits). If your property is located within a city please contact your local officials.
City of Austin
City of Lago Vista
Earl Hambrick (512) 267-1155
City of Mustang Ridge
Alfredo Vallejo (512) 243-1775
City of Manor
Thomas Bolt (512-272-555)
Village of Point Venture
Colleen Hickman (512) 267-2237
Village of San Leanna
Dan LeFleur (512) 282-2126
City of Sunset Valley
Jayme Foley (512) 892-1383
Village of Volente
Richard Fraser (512) 974-3139
FEMA, Region VI
Jack Quarles (940) 898-5156 email@example.com
Lower Colorado River Authority
John McLeod (800) 776-5272 firstname.lastname@example.org
- FEMA’s Multi-Year Flood Hazard Identification Plan (MHIP)
- FEMA Flood Hazard Mapping
- FEMA Map Service Center
- Texas Colorado River Floodplain Coalition
Last Modified: Friday, August 22, 2014 10:48 AM