Click here to check out Sea Isle City's Flood Information Center.
Click here for important FEMA Brochures.
Click here for FEMA Flood Resources.
Click here for FEMA - Firm Maps for Sea Isle City.
Click here for New Jersey Weather and Climate Network (Rain Gauge)
Click here for the NJ Coastal Coalition (Tidal Flooding Talks)
CAPE MAY COUNTY SURVEY:
Cape May County is updating its Hazard Mitigation Plan. This plan enables participating communities to be eligible for federal funding to rebuild stronger after disaster strikes. Your feedback helps ensure that crucial mitigation projects can happen – and your input will help the County Office of Emergency Management better understand how they can make Cape May County more resilient to natural disasters. CLICK HERE to learn more about the County's Hazard Mitigation Plan.
CLICK HERE TO TAKE THE CAPE MAY COUNTY CITIZEN PREPAREDNESS SURVEY NOW or follow this weblink: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/CMC2020HMP
FLOOD PREDICTION TOOL:
Using the Stevens Institute Tide Prediction tool and your property’s elevation certificate, you will be able to determine the approximate tide levels at your property throughout the year. In the event of storms, this will be a very useful tool during your storm preparations.
For Real Time Tide Height Data for Sea Isle City Area click the link below:
For The FEMA / National Flood Insurance Program Website (Flood Smart) click the link below:
To Look-Up Info Regarding the NEW EFFECTIVE FLOOD MAPS click the link below:
Click here to go to the official FEMA website for additional information.
FLOOD CAM - NJ COASTAL COALITION
The Sea Isle City Flood Cam is the first camera placed on a barrier island by the New Jersey Coastal Coalition. The webcam will allow residents and visitors to keep an eye on rising water when flooding events occur.
Click on the link below for a 24-hour livestream:
Flood Cam - 40th St. & Central Ave.
SEA ISLE CITY FLOOD MITIGATION STUDY - NOVEMBER 13, 2018
Sea Isle City’s Engineer recently completed a city-wide Flood Mitigation Study, which examined Sea Isle’s drainage system and each of its components. Listed below are the findings from that study which was made public during the November 13th City Council meeting.