Kosciusko County Flood Maps (Indiana)

Search for Kosciusko County, IN 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 Kosciusko County, Indiana 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 Kosciusko County flood maps show flood zones, flood damage, topography, and drainage patterns, which can impact property values. Kosciusko County Assessors may make flood maps available on their websites.

Kosciusko County Assessor's Office Warsaw IN 100 West Center Street 46580 574-371-2615

Van Buren Township Assessor Milford IN 406 West 4th Street 46542 574-658-9686


Clerks in Kosciusko County, Indiana 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 Kosciusko 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 Kosciusko County historical flood maps. These flood maps may be available through the Clerk's website.

Claypool Clerk Claypool IN 408 South Graceland Avenue 46510 574-566-2910

Kosciusko County Clerk Warsaw IN 121 North Lake Street 46580 574-372-2334

Mentone Clerk Mentone IN 201 West Main Street 46539 574-353-7198

Milford Clerk Milford IN 121 South Main Street 46542 574-658-4519

Syracuse City Clerk Syracuse IN 310 North Huntington Street 46567 574-457-3216

Winona Lake Town Clerk Winona Lake IN 1310 Park Avenue 46590 574-267-5783


Recorders of Deeds in Kosciusko County, Indiana 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 Kosciusko County floods. Kosciusko County Recorders of Deeds may make flood maps available on their websites.

Kosciusko County Recorder of Deeds Warsaw IN 100 West Center Street 46580 574-372-2362


Emergency Services in Kosciusko County, Indiana 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 Kosciusko 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. Kosciusko County flood maps may be available online through Emergency Services departments.

Multi - Township Emergency Medical Services Silver Lake IN 702 East Main Street 46982 260-352-0838

Multi Township Emergency Medical Services - Leesburg Leesburg IN 34 East Armstrong Road 46538 574-268-3318

Multi Township Emergency Medical Services - Milford Milford IN 111 South Main Street 46542 574-658-4645

Multi Township Emergency Medical Services - Warsaw Warsaw IN 2304 East Center Street 46580 574-269-1975

North Webster Emergency Services North Webster IN 102 South Morton Street 46555 574-834-2942

North Webster Tippecanoe Township Emergency Medical Services North Webster IN 499 West Washington Street 46555 574-834-7676


Building Departments in Kosciusko County, Indiana ensure the construction of safe buildings by creating and enforcing building codes. As part of this process, Kosciusko 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 Kosciusko 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.

Warsaw Building Department Warsaw IN 102 South Buffalo Street 46580 574-372-9548

Warsaw Planning Department Warsaw IN 102 South Buffalo Street 46580 574-372-9550