FEMA’S Elevation and Floodproofing Certificate Forms “EXPIRE” Today

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Elevation Certificate and Dry Floodproofing Certificate for Non-Residential Structures are currently under review at the Office of Management and Budget (OMB). Until the review process is complete, the existing forms (with the November 30, 2022 expiration date) can still be used. Download copy of WYO Bulletin: FEMA W-22020

FEMA will issue a memorandum highlighting the changes to the forms and will make them available on their website. At that time the new forms must be used immediately (no transition period allowed).

For information on each county’s building elevation submittal requirements and forms, visit the Wai Hālana’s CONSTRUCTION CERTIFICATE webpage, here

Although the Elevation Certificate (EC) form may expire, a finished construction EC previously completed and certified for a structure does not expire, unless there is a physical change to the building that invalidates prior information reported.

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