FEMA and its state and federal agency partners are working to identify a path to implementing the National Flood Insurance Program in Oregon that:

  • Reduces flood hazards to people and property;
  • Maintains or improves the natural benefits of functioning floodplains (e.g., flood storage, water quality, and fish and wildlife habitat); and
  • Works with the policy and pragmatic realities of Oregon's local governments.

  • In order to meet these goals, FEMA and its agency partners are encouraging Oregon stakeholders to share feedback on the Oregon NFIP Impemlementation Plan Draft to reduce development impacts to ESA-listed fish species in Oregon's floodplains.

    Please use the fields below to submit your feedback. Where possible, please be as specific as possible.

    Please consider providing your name and email so we can reach out to you for additional details if needed. This information will not be shared in public documents or future workshops.

    If you wish to submit a formal response, you may email that response to: FEMA-R10-ESAcomments@fema.dhs.gov

    We will be accepting feedback on this draft until May 28, 2021

    First: (optional) Last: (optional) Email: (optional) Feedback: (required) Please describe any feedback you have on the draft, or identify any gaps you see in the draft plan: