Medina County Office of Emergency Management & Homeland Security
Medina CountyOffice of Emergency Management& Homeland Security

Flood Information

Medina County 100 Year Floodplain Map (FIRM 2008)
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FEMA Form 086-0-9: Proof of Loss (Expires: 7/31/2020)
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FEMA NFIP Form 086-0-11: Notice of Loss (Expires: 7/31/2020)
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Residential Flood Protection Information
Flood501 Activity.pdf
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Medina County Flood Document Library


  • Turn Around, Don’t Drown!
  • Avoid walking or driving through flood waters.
  • Just 6 inches of moving water can knock you down, and 2 feet of water can sweep your vehicle away.
  • If there is a chance of flash flooding, immediately move to higher ground. Flash floods are the #1 cause of weather-related deaths in the US.
  • If floodwaters rise around your car, but the water is not moving, abandon the car and move to higher ground. Do not leave the car and enter moving water.
  • Avoid camping or parking along streams, rivers, and creeks during heavy rainfall. These areas can flood quickly and with little warning.

To find out if you live in a floodplain, contact Floodplain Manager Dan Willhoite at (330) 723-9573.

Medina County Engineers

FEMA Flood Information

FEMA Information for Policyholders


National Flood Insurance Program

National Flood Insurance Program Community Rating System


National Weather Service Flood Information


Small Business Administration Disaster Assistance 


NFIP April 2016 Program Updated (Video)


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Medina County Office of Emergency Management and Homeland Security is a local government agency that provides support and coordination assistance to first responders for countywide emergency/disaster planning, education, warning, response and recovery activities.

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