Fred L. Dodd, Jr. Surveyor, Inc. has been renamed to Dodd Surveying and Mapping Co., Inc.
We will be providing the same Professional Land Surveying services to the Central Texas Area and our contact information remains the same:
Office: (512) 953-5705
What does a property owner do if they think they may have been mapped in a Special Flood Hazard Area (SFHA) incorrectly?
A property owner may submit a request to FEMA for a Letter of Amendment as their first step towards changing their Flood Zone Designation. Before FEMA can issue a Letter of Map Amendment (LOMA), Electronic Letter of Map Amendment (eLOMA) or a Letter of Map Revision to remove a property and/or structure from the SFHA, the applicant will need an elevation certificate for the property.
Fred L Dodd Jr. Surveyor LLC can quickly prepare an elevation certificate for your property located in Travis County, Williamson County, Bastrop County, Lee County, Burnet County, and Hayes County. Feel free to request a quote or call 512-953-5705.
Important information from the FEMA website:
- A SFHA is defined as the area that will be inundated by the flood event having a 1-percent chance of being equaled or exceeded in any given year.
- A LOMC reflects an official revision/amendment to an effective Flood Insurance Rate Map. If the LOMC request is granted, property owners may be eligible for lower flood insurance premiums, or the option to not purchase flood insurance.
- Electronic Letter of Map Amendment (eLOMA) is a web-based application within the Mapping Information Platform (MIP) that provides licensed land surveyors and professional engineers (Licensed Professionals) with a system to submit simple Letter of Map Amendment (LOMA) requests to FEMA.
https://hazards.fema.gov/femaportal/wps/portal/!ut/p/c4/04_SB8K8xLLM9MSSzPy8xBz 9CP0os3gDCyNfM_OAYHcnA3cPH19vT28jAwjQL8h2VAQAxPOZIQ!!/?PC_7_ 082M67PSC80C2G0BG640000000000000_ContentData=%2Fresources%2Fwhatiseloma.htm
The Hawaiian Falls Water Park & Adventure Park is coming to Pflugerville and Dodd Surveying is so excited to be a part of the surveying for this project. What’s more exciting is the business it will bring to our beloved city, Pflugerville. It is a good time to be a Pflugerville resident and business owner.
Follow this link to see where Hawaiian Falls will be in Pflugerville!
We are modifing the look and feel of the website just for kicks and starting a new Surveyor Corner. The Surveyor Corner will let our Registered Land Surveyors post anything they want about surveying and at the same time shed some light on different aspects of land surveying. Follow us @DoddSurveying on twitter to keep posted.