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Welcome to the New York State Floodplain and Stormwater Managers Association


Founded in 2000, NYSFSMA brings together New York State professionals to foster awareness, information exchange and cooperation in the floodplain and stormwater management fields.

Statewide Flooding Statistics




$135.7M 
Annualized Loss from Flooding (1996-2018)
83 
Annualized Number of Flooding Episodes (1996-2018)
23.19% 
Daily Probability of Flooding Episode


8 
Annualized Number of Severe Flooding Episodes (1996-2018)
2.38% 
Daily Probability of Severe Flooding Episode
46 
Total Flooding Injuries (1996-2008)
84 
Total Flooding Fatalities (1996-2008)


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Source: NOAA NCEI Storm Events Dataset - View Link

Resources



Useful Links, Checklists, Job Aides, Documents, Publications, and Info on Policies and Programs.

Training



Well trained floodplain administrators and public officials are an essential component of keeping our communities safe.

Advocacy



NYSFSMA advocates on your behalf with Federal and State agencies on flood-related issues that are important to New York.

Events



The NYSFMA 2020 Conference has been cancelled. However, the Association is planning to engage our members through webinars in 2020

Please contact jennifer.marcy@atkinsglobal.com if you are interested in providing a webinar to our membership







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The First Street Foundation Flood Risk Model:  
ASFPM Talking Points

the first street foundation has developed an interactive flood risk model.  asfpm and nysfsma support all efforts to increase awareness of flood risk, but want model users to be aware of its limitations.  before using the model, we suggest that you review the talking points.

you may view the talking points at


ASFPM Talking Points re First Street Foundation Flood Risk Model



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