Sumter City-County Floodplain Information
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What you should know
Most homeowner insurance policies do not cover damages caused by flooding from storm events. Properties that have been officially identified as being in floodplains are required by their mortgage lenders to have flood insurance.
All affected properties owners should consider obtaining flood insurance.
Properties in the City and County of Sumter could be eligible for a 15 percent discount on the typical cost of flood insurance by virtue of Sumter’s participation in the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s Community Rating System (CRS) program and having qualified as a Class 7 CRS community.
City and County Floodplain information:
To review flood maps, determine if you are in a flood zone, or to review Elevation Certifications, please contact:
Helen Roodman, Floodplain Coordinator, Zoning Administrator
Phone: (803) 774-1636
Email the Zoning Administrator(link sends e-mail)
Or you visit the Sumter City-County Planning Department Office at 12 W. Liberty Street, Suite C, Sumter, SC.
To see how the City-County Planning Department participates in Floodplain Management, See:
(link is external)Floodplain Management(link is external)
Copies of Elevation Certificates are available in the Sumter City-County Planning Department Office at 12 W. Liberty Street, Suite C, Sumter, SC, Telephone (803) 774-1660. This office can also determine if you are in a mapped floodplain or if there is a current Elevation Certificate on file for your property.
You may download the City and/or County Flood Maps and the City and/or County Flood Prevention Zoning Ordinances (in Adobe PDF format) by clicking below:
(Note: These files are large and may take some time to download on slower connections)
Flood maps and flood protection references are also available for viewing at the Sumter County Library at these locations: 111 North Harvin Street, 180 West Wesmark, and 337 Manning Avenue in Sumter, SC.
More information is available on the:
Federal Emergency Management Agency(link is external) (FEMA) website. Or, you may contact your mortgage lender, or insurance company.
You may also want to view information at the FEMA Community Rating System(link is external) (CRS) Program website.