FEMA Flood Maps

June 2017 Update

The City of Beverly has been working through the Letter of Map Revision (LOMAR) process with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to dispute the issued 2014 floodplain mapping.

The Department of Public Services and Engineering invite you to a Public Meeting and Presentation of the revised 2017 FEMA Flood Maps and updated Hazard Mitigation Plan for the City of Beverly. The meeting will be held June 22, 2017 at the Beverly Public Library in the Sohier Room at 5 pm.

Modified Flood Hazard Determinations

FEMA has issued modified flood hazard determinations affecting the Flood Insurance Rate Map (FIRM) for the City of Beverly. The City approved a Zoning Amendment to the Floodplain Overlay District Ordinance and adopted the FIRM's in June 2012/2014. The FIRM's impact the North Coastal Watershed (generally south of Route 128). Please view the text of the Zoning Amendment (PDF).

Please see the Viewing the FIRM Panels file first. To determine which Essex Map (FIRM Panel) to view please see the Coastal Workmap Index.

Beverly Flood Maps

Website Flood Maps

FEMA has not issued new flood maps for the FEMA approved LOMA. See below for City GIS Maps illustrating the "revisions" to the FIRM panels.

  • West End of City-Case 17-01-0046P-250077, effective May 5, 2017, is from about Quincy Park to Bay View Avenue. Revision to FIRM 0436G and 0417G
  • East End of City-Case 16-01-2010P-250077, effective May 5, 2017, is from about Paine Avenue to the Manchester line. Revision to FIRM 0441G, 0437G and 0433G.

View step by step instructions to search an address on the FEMA website (PDF).