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Welcome to the STARR FEMA Region X Service Center (RSC). The RSC supports FEMA Region X with mapping, planning, training, and outreach in hazard mitigation and floodplain management. We are also here to provide assistance to federal and state officials, mapping partners, local community officials, and other stakeholders. If you cannot find the answer or resources you need on this SharePoint site, please feel free to contact us for help! The Region X Help Desk can assist you with questions related to Risk MAP projects, floodplain management, NFIP policy and regulations, compliance, training, outreach, and much, much more! We can be reached by email at

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 Tools and Resources

CMZ Poster
Idaho Stream Care Guide
NFIP Legislation
Workshop Announcements
Coastal Study Fact Sheet
Hazard Mitigation Planning Resources
Hazus Resources
Hurricane Sandy Fact Sheet
ICC Resources
Kootenai County Risk MAP Documents
LAMP Final Approach Document
LOMC Online
Policy for Flood Risk Analysis and Mapping
Primary Frontal Dunes
Region X State Business Plans
Risk MAP Tools
Seclusion Method
Silver Jackets
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 Suggested Reading


 FEMA Region X News

FEMA Mitigation Experts Continue Outreach in Moses Lake and Yakima
Federal Assistance Expanded in Washington State to Kittitas County
FEMA Mitigation Experts Continue Outreach in Wenatchee at Home Depot and Lowe’s
FEMA Mitigation Experts Offer Free Advice in Omak at Home Depot and Big-R Store
United Efforts in Circle Bring Completion to Home Repairs
Federal Aid Programs for the State of Washington Declaration
President Declares Disaster for Washington
Volunteers Complete Repairs to Flooded Homes in Hughes and Emmonak
Federal Aid Programs for the State of Washington Emergency Declaration
President Obama Signs Washington Emergency Declaration
Portland Disaster Relief Trials Pedal for Earthquake Preparedness
Federal funds authorized to help fight Chiwakum Fire
Federal funds authorized to help fight Carlton Complex Fire
Faith-Based Organizations Host Disaster Recovery Volunteers
One Year Later: Rebuilding Better and Stronger
After the SR 530 Slide: Long-Term Recovery in the Evergreen State
Hundreds of Volunteers Return to Repair and Rebuild Homes
75 Days after the SR 530 Slide: 10 Stories of Recovery
We’re listening: saying thank you, a source of healing
We’re listening: SR 530 slide memorial song a source of healing
Help Continues: Students Involved in SR 530 Slide Recovery
As Recovery Centers Transition, Help Continues
Completed SBA Loan Application May Trigger Additional FEMA Grants
Disaster Assistance for SR530 Slide Expanded to Include More Funding for Public Facilities and Infrastructure
Recovery Centers to Close May 10; FEMA Assistance Still Available



 Project Portals

expand State : AK ‎(12)
expand State : ID ‎(4)
expand State : OR ‎(10)
expand State : WA ‎(25)

 Studies Projected Preliminary in 90 Days

expand State : OR ‎(1)
expand State : WA ‎(3)

 Studies LFD Released in 90 Days

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 Studies Released as Effective in Next 90 Days

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 Upcoming Events & Training

Training: Elevation Certificates
L273 Managing Floodplain Development through the NFIP
Training: Hazus 2-Day Course
STARR Training: Warning from the Past: The largest known recorded flooding to impact the west coast of the United States
Training: Comparing Hydraulic Models and Actual Flooding


Pin Website
STARR Training Center
CRS 2013 Coordinator's Manual
Alaska Floodplain Management
Idaho Floodplain Management
Oregon Risk MAP
​For more useful links, click here.


​Click this link to open the Letter of Map Revision (LOMR) page and view the preliminary LOMR map which supports FEMA’s Expanded Appeals Process (EAP).