The Park County "Floodplain Program" is actually the Federal Emergency Management Agency's (FEMA) National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP), implemented at the local level. Although the Flood Program starts as a federal program, FEMA has charged the local jurisdictions (cities and counties) with adopting regulations and administering the program at the local level. Participation in the NFIP program allows Park County residents to purchase subsidized flood insurance, borrow money from an FDI backed lender for purchasing property in the floodplain, and utilize a number of other benefits important to a community so dependent on its waterways. If you would like to learn more about the National Flood Insurance Program Click Here. If you are interested as to whether or not your property may be in the floodplain or if you plan on doing any work in the floodplain or along a waterway, please contact the Park County Planning Department staff.
Draft Flood Hazard Mitigation Regulations Update Public Hearing March 30, 2017.
The Board of Park County Commissioners will hold a public hearing on March 30, 2017 at 10 am in the Commission Chambers of the City County Building located at 414 E. Callender Street in in Livingston, Montana. The purpose of the hearing will be to collect public comment on the Park County Flood Hazard Mitigation Regulations Update. Following the hearing the Commission will consider public comment and will also consider a resolution to adopt the Park County Flood Hazard Mitigation Update.
Written comments may be mailed to the Park County Planning Department at 414 E. Callender Street, Livingston, MT 59047 or emailed to Planning@parkcounty.org. To have your comments submitted in time for consideration by the Park County Commissioners, please submit them by March 29, 2017 by 5 pm, they may also be voiced at the hearing.
Floodplain Regulations and Applications
- Floodplain Regulations
- Appendix A
- Appendix B
- Floodplain Application Instructions
- Floodplain Application
- Emergency Work Form
- Permit Compliance Form
Floodplain Links and Information
- Floodtools Webpage
- Elevation Certificate
- Flood Cleanup Guide
- Why You Need Flood Insurance
- NFIP Brochures and Information