You may be trying to access this site from a secured browser on the server. Please enable scripts and reload this page.
Storm Water Management Program
Storm Water Runoff
Help Prevent Runoff
Prince William County Watersheds
Erosion & Sediment Control
Requirements for Erosion & Sediment Control
Land & Site Development
Building in Environmentally Sensitive Areas
Floodplains and Flood Control
Participation in Clean Water Programs
Stream Restoration Projects
Drainage Maintenance and Improvement
Illicit Discharge and Illegal Dumping in Storm Drains
Sign Shop Program
Departments & Agencies
Learn Your Flood Risks if You Live Along the Tidal areas of the Potomac River
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is in the process of updating its floodplain maps for the tidal areas of the Potomac River.
property may be impacted.
The Department of Public Works, along with FEMA and the Virginia National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) Coordinator, will sponsor an open house to provide you with more information and help you reduce your risk.
You will be given the opportunity to review the newly updated flood maps, known as Flood Insurance Rate Maps.
County and FEMA representatives will answer your questions about the updated maps, the mapping process, flood risk and flood insurance.
The Open House is scheduled for Thursday, May 15, 2014 from 5 to 8 p.m. at the Development Services Building, 5 County Complex Court in Woodbridge, VA 22192.
Residents will be able to locate their property on large updated maps.
Once you find your property, you can talk with the flood hazard mapping team and flood insurance specialists about your property, options and needs.
You can also review the maps prior to the meeting at
, but it is important for you to attend the meeting to discuss your specific property and needs with FEMA staff.
Flooding is the number one natural disaster in Virginia.
It is important for you, as a property owner,
to understand the risk and take advantage of tools and programs available to you, including flood insurance.
This can help reduce your flooding impacts.
The County participates in programs sponsored by NFIP so that flood insurance is available to the community.
We encourage your participation and ask that you stop by at your convenience on May 15
between 5 and 8 p.m.
Staff members, including Spanish-speaking interpreters, will be on hand to guide you through the process. We are committed to ensure that the meeting and materials are accessible to all, and so in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (
), reasonable accommodations are available upon request.
Please contact Lya Canizales at
or call 703-792-7070 to advise us about the accommodation you will need.
Please allow at least five days advance notice so we can arrange for accommodations.
What to Expect at the Open House!
When you arrive at the Development Services Building, staff members will greet and register you for the Open House. You will be guided through several stations hosted by experts. The information stations include:
Locate your property on the new flood maps and gather important information about your property
Learn about local efforts to control flooding
Obtain tips to reduce your flood risks
Learn about the available insurance available through the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP)
For more information, please
call 703-792-7070 and someone can assist you.
Email For Assistance
Copyright Prince William County Government. All Rights Reserved.
Prince William County Government