Check out these resources for more information on floodplain management and mitigation.
Floodplain management is a community-based effort to prevent or reduce the risk of flooding, resulting in a more resilient community.
STORMTOOLS is a method to illustrate and display storm inundation, with and without sea level rise, for different types of storms that could occur along Rhode Island's coast line.
Flood safety tips and resources. National Weather Service flood watch. Northeast River Flood Forecast Center. Boston/Norton, MA Flood Watch.
Offers guides on green infrastructure, water resource protection, restoration, low impact development, and more.
A scientific and educational nonprofit organization dedicated to reducing flood loss in the nation.
Rhode Island Water Resources Board (WRB) is an executive agency of state government charged with managing the proper development, utilization and conservation of water resources.
Rhode Island Department of Health
Rhode Island Department of Transportation
Rhode Island Geographic Information System
The Independent Insurance Agents of Rhode Island
US Army Corp of Engineers, New England District
FEMA Map Service Center
Provides users with instant access to digital flood map products
National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP)
Regularly FEMA updated program information
NFIP Flood Hazard Mapping
Several links providing information on variety of mapping aspects
Details about the types of programs available to promote responsible floodplain management