Flood Insurance Information by State

NAR’s Research Team prepared the following flood insurance information sheets for all 50 states. The information highlights the importance of the National Flood Insurance Program to each state.

Alabama (PDF: 134KB)

Alaska (PDF: 133KB)

Arizona (PDF: 135KB)

Arkansas (PDF: 133KB)

California (PDF: 133KB)

Colorado (PDF: 133KB)

Connecticut (PDF: 133KB)

Delaware (PDF: 135KB)

District of Columbia (PDF: 135KB)

Florida (PDF: 133KB)

Georgia (PDF: 134KB)

Hawaii (PDF: 134KB)

Idaho (PDF: 134KB)

Illinois (PDF: 133KB)

Indiana (PDF: 133KB)

Iowa (PDF: 134KB)

Kansas (PDF: 133KB)

Kentucky (PDF: 133KB)

Louisiana (PDF: 133KB)

Maine (PDF: 133KB)

Maryland (PDF: 133KB)

Massachusets (PDF: 133KB)

Michigan (PDF: 134KB)

Minnesota (PDF: 133KB)

Mississippi (PDF: 133KB)

Missouri (PDF: 133KB)

Montana (PDF: 133KB)

Nebraska (PDF: 134KB)

Nevada (PDF: 134KB)

New Hampshire (PDF: 135KB)

New Jersey (PDF: 135KB)

New Mexico (PDF: 136KB)

New York (PDF: 135KB)

North Carolina (PDF: 134KB)

North Dakota (PDF: 134KB)

Ohio (PDF: 133KB)

Oklahoma (PDF: 133KB)

Oregon (PDF: 134KB)

Pennsylvania (PDF: 133KB)

Rhode Island (PDF: 133KB)

South Carolina (PDF: 133KB)

South Dakota (PDF: 133KB)

Tennessee (PDF: 133KB)

Texas (PDF: 134KB)

Utah (PDF: 134KB)

Vermont (PDF: 133KB)

Virginia (PDF: 134KB)

Washington (PDF: 134KB)

West Virginia (PDF: 134KB)

Wisconsin (PDF: 134KB)

Wyoming (PDF: 134KB)



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