FEMA Map Service Center
FloodSmart -National Flood Insurance Program
Find My Flood Zone (Use the search icon and type in your address)
Labels are provided on the map to describe which flood zone each property lies within. Properties shown in red are VE zones, while properties in blue are AE zones. Please note, if your property lies within 2 or more flood zones, the more restrictive applies. VE is more restrictive than AE, and a higher number is more restrictive than a lower number.
Questions? Call Community Development at (239) 765-0202
Do I need flood insurance?
Simulated cost of flood-related damage.
One Step Flood Risk Profile
Hurricane Season is Flood Season.
Flood Insurance Agent Locator
The Town of Fort Myers Beach is a participant in the National Flood Insurance Program. By agreeing to enforce floodplain regulations, flood insurance becomes available to residents and property owners in the town.
The Town Council adopted new floodplain regulations (Ordinance 13-06) on September 3, 2013, effective immediately.
2019 Rainy Season Letter
2019 Repetitive Loss Mailer
To sign up for the Town of Fort Myers Beach Emergency Notification System, please click the following link and fill out the registration form.
Click below to sign up for CODE RED:
Click below to download the CODE RED Mobile Alert App:
Rainy Season/Hurricane Season Preparation
Proactive preparation helps minimize risk for personal safety and property damage during a hurricane or during rising waters due to heavy downpours and sheet flow. Here are some strategies and tips to help with preparation for storms.
- Flood Zones Defined
- Learn your flood zone/flood hazard
- Know the difference between Flood Zones and Evacuation Zones
- Report blocked ditches, swales and canals
- Buy flood insurance
- Access the All Hazards Guide
- Get permits before you build
- Choose your flood warning system
- Ask about possible flood protection assistance/advice
The South Florida Water Management District also offers drainage-related tips. Remember, some standing water is normal after rain. Local lakes, ponds, swales, golf courses and even streets are often designed to temporarily collect excess water after heavy rainfall to keep it away from your home.