Click on any of the maps listed below to open and view the FEMA floodplains. These maps show different levels of detail that can be used to determine where the area you are interested in is located, in relation to the FEMA Floodplains.
More detailed maps are available at the City of Carrollton's Engineering Department located in City Hall at 1945 E. Jackson road. Glenn Hughes, P.E. or Michael McKay, P.E. will be available to assist you, should you have questions or need additional information about the revisions to the FEMA floodplains at (972) 466-3200.
FEMA Flood Map Panels
These are the actual FEMA map panels. They are broken down into counties and cover areas that may extend into other cities outsidethe City of Carrollton.
This is a map that shows streets in Carrollton and the FEMA floodplain. This map will give a general idea of where the floodplains are in the City of Carrollton.
FEMA "Stay Dry" Utility Using Google Earth
The "Stay Dry" utility allows you to use Google Earth 1 to review flood hazard information from FEMA's National Flood Hazard Layer (NFHL) using an address or other location information. You can view flood hazard zones, cross sections and labels, community names and boundaries, Flood Insurance Rate Map (FIRM) numbers and boundaries, and Letter of Map Revision (LOMR) case numbers and boundaries.
City Parcel Map with Proposed FEMA Floodplain delineated
This map shows the actual residential and non-residential lots in the City of Carrollton and the actual FEMA floodplains. It will show the actual lots by street address and whether or not the lot is in the FEMA floodplain.
Flood Insurance and FEMA
Trinity River Flood Levels