Welcome to the Great Lakes Coastal Flood Study website at greatlakescoast.org. This is the official public website for FEMA's comprehensive storm and wind study of the Great Lakes basin for the purpose of updating the coastal flood hazard information and Flood Insurance Rate Maps (FIRM) for Great Lakes coastal communities. This is the main page of the website and contains the most recent content posted to the site. Use the menu at the left to visit pages with additional content pertaining to the Great Lakes Coastal Flood Study.

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Great Lakes Coastal Flood Study Program Schedule Fact Sheet Released

Great Lakes Coastal Flood Study announces the release of a new fact sheet. This fact sheet summarizes the timeline of major milestones in the project schedule of the Great Lakes Coastal Flood Study.

The Fact Sheet above is posted on the Fact Sheet page.

Storm Surge and Wave Modeling Fact Sheet Released

Great Lakes Coastal Flood Study announces the release of a new fact sheet. The fact sheet summarizes the storm surge and wave modeling processes used for the Great Lakes Coastal Flood Study.

The Fact Sheet above is posted on the Fact Sheet page.

Outreach Page Expanded at GreatLakesCoast.org

We’ve expanded the Outreach Page of GreatLakesCoast.org!

The Outreach Page now contains the following sub-sections:

Please check out the new sections using the links above or go to the Outreach Page to see an overview of what each section is about. Thanks!

New Fact Sheets Released

Great Lakes Coastal Flood Study announces the release of two new fact sheets. The first fact sheet summarizes the Great Lakes Coastal Flood Study. The second fact sheet discusses water levels on the Great Lakes:

The Fact Sheets above are posted on the Fact Sheet page.

Great Lakes Coastal Flood Study (GLCFS)

If you are new to the site, start at Great Lakes Coastal Analysis & Mapping or use the links on the left to jump into the information on the Great Lakes Coastal Flood Study (GLCFS).

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