Flood Maps

Flood Map Viewer

Preliminary flood hazard data (preliminary data) is available for selected areas of Volusia County.  It provides the public an early look at their home or community‘s projected risk to flood hazards. Preliminary data may include: new or revised Flood Insurance Rate Maps (FIRM), Flood Insurance Study (FIS) reports, and FIRM Databases.  Click here to review those areas within Volusia County that are affected.

The current Flood Risk products are below ... effective February 19, 2014 

Flood hazard maps, also called “Flood Insurance Rate Maps” or “FIRMs,” are used to determine the flood risk to your home or business. The inland high-risk zones will be labeled “A” or “AE”, and coastal high-risk zones that have additional risk from storm surge will be labeled “VE”.

A floodplain is the part of the land where water collects, pools, and flows during the course of natural events. Such areas are classified as Special Flood Hazard Areas (SFHA), and are located in a 100-year flood zone. The term "100-year flood" is a little confusing. It is the flood elevation that has a 1- percent chance of being equaled or exceeded each year; it is not the flood that will occur once every 100 years.

The likelihood of a flood occurring within a 100-year stretch of time is very, very high, but there’s no way to predict when the next flood will occur – or the one after that.

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DISCLAIMER:The data employed within this application was developed through a variety of sources, including the County, our many municipal jurisdictions and the private sector utilizing data collected at various scales. The map information displayed is not survey accurate. Volusia County Government strives to maintain information pertaining to this application as up-to-date as possible however, independent verification of the data displayed is recommended to assure its accuracy. Volusia County Government makes no warranty, explicit or implied as to the accuracy or use of this data.

To find your address, simply enter it into the search bar on the top right of the map.  You will need to put the City and State into the box also.  Then hit the magnifer and the map will zoom to that address.

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We have added the following links to new map products:

Map book containing parcels, streets, and municipal boundaries with FEMA DFIRM data dated February 2014. Click on the page number to bring up that map page.

FEMA DFIRM Panels dated February 2014 in PDF format. Click on the box for that panel.

Flood Insurance Study

James A. Judge II, CEM, FPEM

Daytona Beach


New Smyrna Beach