Proper flood protection is an important part of living on the Mississippi Gulf Coast, and Hurricane Katrina has taught us that sometimes the beauty of the Gulf of Mexico and other waterways around our City can rise up against us. The purpose of this information page is to provide residents with access to flood information for the City of Gulfport and surrounding areas.
This page is checked and updated regularly based on any new information released by local, state, and/or federal authorities. The last update was made on December 11, 2019.
- Harrison County Flood Map (Updated January 2011)
- Extreme Weather Information Sheet via NOAA
- Floodplain Management Plan’s Annual Progress Report (.doc)
- Important notice to all residents of the City of Gulfport (.pdf)
- Flood protection information for you and your property (.pdf)
- Check BEFORE you buy (.pdf)
- Gulfport’s current weather conditions via NOAA
- Biloxi River flood stage information via NOAA
- Map of Gulfport’s waterways(.pdf)
- NFIP information notice for Gulfport, MS (.pdf)
- Hurricane Evacuation Zones (.pdf)
- Online Atlas for Flood Information (.html) Must select flood layers to view
- Real-time weather info from Gulfport Marina
- Harrison County – Emergency Shelter Locations
- Harrison County – Hurricane Information
- Coast Transit Authority – Hurricane Evacuation Registration
- Elevation Certificates
- FEMA 1978 Flood Hazard Maps
- Repetitive Loss Letter
Flood Protection Library
- Continuouhttps://www.fema.gov/node/404682s Grandfathering of flood insurance
- How to Prepare for a Hurricane
- How to Prepare for a Flood
- Flood Insurance for Renters
- Protect Your Property from Flooding
- Preferred Risk Policy
- A Small Investment
- FEMA P-347, Above the Flood: Elevating your Flood prone House (2000)
- Answers to Questions about the National Flood Insurance Program
- FEMA P-55, Coastal Construction Manual: Principles and Practices of Planning, Siting, Designing, Constructing, and Maintaining Residential Buildings in Coastal Areas (4th ed.)
- FEMA 54, Elevated Residential Structures (1984)
- Flood Insurance Quote Flood-smart
- FEMA P-85, Protecting Manufactured Homes from Floods and Other Hazards (2009)
- FEMA 257, Mitigation of Flood and Erosion Damage to Residential Buildings in Coastal Areas (1994)
- FEMA 348, Protecting Building Utilities from Flood Damage (1999)
- FEMA – Protect Your Property
- FEMA – Protecting Your Home or Small Business from Disaster
- Mitigation for Home Owners
- Protecting Floodplain Resources – A Guidebook for Communities
- Reducing Damage from Localized Flooding: A Guide for Communities
- Coastal Construction Manual Brochure
- Browse 6,075 FEMA Document and Manuals
- Cleaning Up Your Home After A Flood
- FEMA High Water Mark Initiative
- Sea Level Rise and Coastal Flooding Impacts
- Critical Habitat Mapper
- Flood Insurance Residential Coverage
- SLOSH – Sea, Lake, and Overland Surges from Hurricanes
- Preferred Risk Tables
- A Small Investment Brochure
- FEMA Mitigation Ideas
- Homeowners Guide to Retrofitting
- Coastal Construction Manual Vol II
- Hurricane Survival Kit Now
- Questions About the NFIP Program
- Prepare for a flood
Mississippi State Information:
- MEMA flood preparation information.
- Lower Mississippi river forecast center via NOAA.
- Prepare Your Evacuation Route – MDOT on Hurricane Prep (YouTube Video)
- NOAA facilities and programs in Mississippi. (.pdf)
- 2021 Hurricane Evacuation Guide and Map (.pdf)
This is the official site of the NFIP (National Flood Insurance Program) and provides a great information resource for residential and commercial coverage.
The official website of the Mississippi Department of Transportation. It provides hurricane evacuation guides and maps, as well as traffic conditions for the state.
The NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) website that is maintained by the U.S. Department of Commerce.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency website, which is part of the Department of Homeland Security.
The Mississippi Emergency Management Agency website, which was formed to help with the planning and response to emergencies in the state.