Flood Safety & Elevation Certificates
The Land Use and Development Ordinance (LUDO) requires an elevation certificate be completed for floodplain development within the City of Roseburg. First your surveyor or engineer completes a pre-construction elevation certificate which establishes the design flood elevation of the structure. Then the building inspector verifies that construction meets that standard. Prior to issuing a certificate of occupancy, the building official requires a post-construction elevation certificate to document that your building meets Roseburg Floodplain regulations and to set the rate of flood insurance on the structure.
Listed below are Elevation Certificates the City currently has on file. Click on the link below and open a portfolio then search Elevation Certificates by address or just the number. The City does not have EVERY elevation certificate on file, so if don’t see yours on the list below please send us a copy!
|LOMA RENEWAL||FILLABLE ELEVATION CERTIFICATE|
Please phone our Certified Floodplain Manager, Teresa Clemons, at 541-492-6750 if you have any questions.
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Other Helpful Floodplain Information Links:
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FEMA Website Links:
How to Make a Firmette(Directions in pdf format)
FEMA Flood Response Information Links:
Floodsmart Website Links:
Douglas County Information Links:
National Weather Service Links:
Other Helpful Links: