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FEMA flood maps include zones that are broken into several areas. Zone AE. Zone AE is an area that has a 1 % probability of flooding each and every year, which is why it is commonly referred to as the "100 year flood plain". Zone X (shaded). Zone X shaded is an area that has a 0.2% to 1% probability of flooding each and every year.What is a flood map?
What is a flood map? Flood maps show a community's risk of flooding. Specifically, flood maps show a community's flood zone, floodplain boundaries, and base flood elevation. Property owners, insurance agents, and lenders can use flood maps to determine flood insurance requirements and policy costs.What is an AR flood zone?
Zone AR. Zone AR is the flood insurance risk zone that corresponds to areas of special flood hazard that results from the decertification of a previously accredited flood protection system that is determined to be in the process of being restored to provide a 1-percent-annual-chance or greater level of flood protection.