Watershed Management Program

Floodplain Map Viewer

floodplain mapping computer system screenshot

The Southwest Florida Water Management District, in cooperation with local governments, is developing flood risk information for watersheds throughout west-central Florida. The floodplain map viewer is an interactive tool that allows you to view flood risk information that has been developed to date as part of the District’s Watershed Management Program. The information is provided as an advisory tool for flood hazard awareness and to present preliminary floodplain results for public review and comment. Once finalized, the flood hazard information will be used by the District as the most appropriate information for environmental resource permitting and will, in the future, be used to revise the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s (FEMA) Flood Insurance Rate Maps (FIRMs).

If you do not know which watershed you live in, you may submit an address using the watershed search tool to find out.

To access this useful tool, proceed to the Floodplain Map Viewer and find your county and watershed. First time using the map viewer? Check out the Quick User's Guide.

View Floodplain Map Viewer »

FEMA Online Resources

To view FEMA’s existing Flood Insurance Rate Maps (FIRMs), visit the FEMA Map Service Center and search by street address; or, you can view flood risk information using FEMA’s map viewer.

Public Meetings

As preliminary flood risk information is developed for a watershed, the District is conducting public meetings so that citizens can learn about the data and science used to determine the flood hazard areas, view the preliminary floodplain results and have an opportunity to ask questions and provide comments. Upcoming meetings will be posted here (by watershed) and in local newspapers.

View public meetings calendar »