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Product Subscriptions on the FEMA Flood Map Service Center
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The subscriptions feature enables users to create and manage automated email notifications for when new products are posted to the MSC. Subscriptions are configurable by geography and product type, and newly available products that match subscription criteria may be downloaded directly through the Manage Email Subscriptions page. Subscriptions are free of charge and may be created, edited, or discontinued at any time. They are particularly useful for state, county and community officials who wish to be notified whenever new information is available for their jurisdiction of interest.
Using the subscriptions feature requires the creation of a subscriptions account. To get started, please select the "New User? Create a profile now!" option below.
Subscribe to receive email notifications when products are updated!
Would you like to receive Map Service Center announcements via email?
FEMA provides a free email service that sends out notifications when new information is available about a selected topic. This service allows users to select one or more topic-specific channels such as Map Service Center, Flood Hazard Mapping or Hazus through which they will receive notices. To get started, please visit the FEMA Email Subscriptions page.
Authority: The National Flood Insurance Act of 1968, as amended, and the Biggert-Waters Flood Insurance Reform Act of 2012, as amended (42 U.S.C. 4001 et seq.). The mapping program is governed by the implementing regulations at 44 C.F.R. parts 59-72.
Purpose: This information is being collected to support the dissemination of National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) flood hazard information including, but not limited to, Flood Insurance Risk Maps and Letters of Map Changes, address customers request for flood hazard information, and gather feedback on FEMA’s customer service.
Routine Uses: The information on this form may be disclosed as generally permitted under 5 U.S.C. § 552a(b) of the Privacy Act of 1974, as amended. This includes using this information as necessary and authorized by the routine uses published in DHS/FEMA/NFIP/LOMA-1 NFIP Letter of Map Amendment (71 Fed. Reg. 7990, February 15, 2006), DHS/ALL — 002 Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Mailing and Other Lists System (73 Fed. Reg. 71659, November 25, 2008), DHS/ALL — 016 DHS Correspondence Records (73 Fed. Reg. 66657 November 10, 2008), and upon written request, by agreement, or as required by law.
Disclosure: The disclosure of information on this form is voluntary; however, failure to provide the information requested may result in delays receiving NFIP flood hazard information.
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