Calhoun County Flood Maps

Search for Calhoun County AL flood maps. Flood maps include information on flood zones, flood hazards, flood insurance rates, FEMA flood plans, topography, soil composition, drainage patterns, and more.


Assessors in Calhoun County Alabama are charged with determining the value of taxable property within a county or local area. These property value assessments are used to levy property taxes. In addition to tax assessment, assessors maintain detailed county and local maps that show parcel boundaries and buildings, including flood maps. These Calhoun County flood maps show flood zones, flood damage, topography, and drainage patterns, which can impact property values. Calhoun County Assessors may make flood maps available on their websites.

Calhoun County Revenue Commission Anniston AL 1702 Noble Street 36201 256-241-2855


Building Departments in Calhoun County Alabama ensure the construction of safe buildings by creating and enforcing building codes. As part of this process, Calhoun County Building Departments use flood maps to establish standards for building construction and resistance to natural disasters. Many maintain and evaluate flood maps, which include information on Calhoun County flood zones, flood hazards, topography, soil composition, and flood drainage patterns. These maps may also include information on building codes and regulations related to flooding. These flood maps may be available online through the Building Department.

Anniston Building Department, Planning and Zoning Anniston AL 1128 Gurnee Avenue 36201 256-231-7720

Anniston Permits Anniston AL 1018 Noble Street 36201 256-236-0996


Clerks in Calhoun County Alabama keep public records for a county or local government, including a number of different types of documents. As part of their duties, Clerks maintain detailed maps, including Calhoun County flood maps. These maps contain flood zone information, flood hazards, topography, rivers, lakes, and other bodies of water, as well as other flood-related information. Clerks may also keep Calhoun County historical flood maps. These flood maps may be available through the Clerk's website.

Calhoun County Clerk Anniston AL 25 West 11th Street 36201 256-231-1750

Jacksonville City Clerk Jacksonville AL 320 Church Avenue Southeast 36265 256-435-7611

Ogunquit Town Clerk Ohatchee AL 7801 Al Highway 77 36271 256-892-3233

Oxford City Clerk Oxford AL 145 Hamric Drive East 36203 256-835-6100

Piedmont City Clerk Piedmont AL 109 North Center Avenue 36272 256-447-9007


Recorders of Deeds in Calhoun County Alabama ensure the accuracy of property and land records by maintaining real estate ownership documents. In addition to property records, Recorders of Deeds also have detailed county and local maps that show property lines and building information, including flood maps. These flood maps show flood zones, topography, soil composition, and flood hazards, as well as other information related to Calhoun County floods. Calhoun County Recorders of Deeds may make flood maps available on their websites.

Calhoun County Recorder of Deeds Anniston AL 1702 Noble Street 36201 256-241-2825


Emergency Services in Calhoun County Alabama manage emergency preparations, responses, and recovery at different levels of government. They may handle natural disasters, severe weather incidents, and a number of other emergency situations. As part of their responsibility for preparedness, Emergency Services departments often maintain Calhoun County flood maps, including flood zones, flood insurance rates, FEMA flood information, and flood hazards. The maps also show water flow and drainage patterns, and may contain emergency flood response information. Calhoun County flood maps may be available online through Emergency Services departments.

Oxford Emergency Services Oxford AL 145 Hamric Drive East 36203 256-831-4421