Flood Risks Are Changing in Jefferson Parish - Insurance Workshop (EB)

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East Bank Council Chambers

Yenni Building - 2nd Floor

1221 Elmwood Park Blvd.

Jefferson , LA 70123

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To help you better understand where the changes are occurring on the new flood maps, more about the Newly Mapped Procedure and Grandfather rating options, Policy Conversion and retaining customers whose risk is reduced, impacts of reform legislation and upcoming changes to the NFIP, and using new tools and resources to assist you, Jefferson Parish has partnered with FEMA to hold two Insurance Workshops. This information is also valuable to Real Estate professionals, lenders, builders, and surveyors.

There is no charge for these workshops and we encourage you to share information about this event with other flood insurance agents, lenders, surveyors, builders and real estate professionals. A second Insurance Workshop is offered on March 29. Register for this event at: http://westbankinsuranceworkshop.eventbrite.com

Your clients will view you as an important resource to accurately explain their changing flood risks. So, plan to attend one of these important Workshops to become better prepared when your clients call. For more information about flood insurance, visit Agents.FloodSmart.gov.

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East Bank Council Chambers

Yenni Building - 2nd Floor

1221 Elmwood Park Blvd.

Jefferson , LA 70123

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The mission of FEMA is to support communities in becoming more disaster resilient by knowing their risk, planning for that risk, and mitigating and communicating about these risks.

FEMA Region 6 oversees the federal emergency management for Arkansas, Louisiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas and 68 federally recognized Tribal Nations. 

  

Everyone can take action to reduce their risk.

 

FEMA encourages local officials, citizens and stakeholders to understand their risk and make informed choices for their community, families and property.

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