Elevation Certificates

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flooding_thumbFlood and Elevation Certificates

The City of Pflugerville participates in The National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP). Elevation certificates and related building information are available for public inspection and flood insurance rating.

An Elevation Certificate is a certificate issued by a professional surveyor or civil engineer which declares the elevation of the finished floor of a structure. In many cases, the scaling of a FIRM (Flood Insurance Rate Map) shows a particular building to be within or close to a floodplain and possibly requiring flood insurance. An Elevation Certificate can be used to show that the building definitely is or is not within the FEMA 100-year floodplain. It is normally used by FEMA and the NFIP to determine compliance with community floodplain regulations, set insurance rates, and can be used to support a Letter of Map Amendment (LOMA).

Flood Plain Elevation Certificates

FEMA Flood Gauge Link

What is your flood risk? Check the FEMA Flood Map!

Find additional information regarding Flooding and Flood Control in the Pflugerville area by reviewing this brochure, "Living in the Floodplain".

For more information, contact the City's Floodplain Administrator

Jenna Goolsby, P.E.

201-B East Pecan Street
Pflugerville, TX 78660

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