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Floodplain Information

The City of Roseburg is a participating community in the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) and the Community Rating System. As part of our participation in the NFIP, the City maintains copies of elevation certificates for properties located in the Special Flood Hazard Areas (SFHA). Copies of elevation certificates on file at the City can be downloaded and printed from the Map Search Tool below. Customers may also find Letters of Map Amendment or Revisions linked on the program for downloading.

How to Use the Map Search Tool: 

  1. Click the search icon in the top right corner of the map to look up a property by street address, or property ID number (R###### number)Search Icon
  2. Click on the document icon to bring up more information about the property.LOMA document icon EC document icon
  3. Click on "More info" in the Document Link column to access a copy of an elevation certificate / letter of map amendment. Documents can be downloaded and printed from Google Drive. Information PanelGoogle Drive screenshot

Other Tips:

  • Mobile and tablet users may click "View larger map" for an optimized search experience.  
  • Explore other features in the Map Search Tool by clicking on the arrow icon in the top left corner. More info arrow icon
  • Read explanations of key terms (elevation certificate, LOMA, floodplain, floodway) in the "Details" tab.
  • Toggle the visibility of layers in the "Legend" tab by clicking on the check boxes.  Layer check box icon
  • Change the base map to satellite imagery by clicking the preview in the bottom left corner of the map.Imagery toggle icon
  • To return to the original extent of the map, click on the home button in the top left corner. 


**Note: The Map Search Tool is currently under development. Not all elevation floodplain documents may show up in the current version of this tool. Please call the Community Development Department at 541-492-6750, during normal business hours, to obtain more information.

About Elevation Certificates 

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) defines elevation certificates as an official record that shows new buildings and substantial improvements are properly elevated in the SFHAs.  This elevation information shows compliance with the City’s floodplain ordinance.  The elevation certificate is developed by FEMA and is a tool that property owners can use to obtain flood insurance.  Elevation certificates must be prepared and certified by a Licensed Land Surveyor, Registered Professional Engineer, or architect to certify elevation information. The City of Roseburg is required to maintain copies of elevation certificates as part of our participation in the Community Rating System program.   

The latest version of the FEMA elevation certificate can be found on the website