Sunday - June 17, 2018
|8:00 – 12:30||
ASFPM Board of Directors meeting
|9:00 – 5:00||$ TRAINING WORKSHOP Floodplain Management 101
Fee: $80 (includes course materials), 6.5 CECs
Floodplain Management 101 covers the basic tenets of the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) and the minimum administrative requirements to successfully implement a community floodplain management program. Participants will learn the fundamentals of individual and local responsibilities for managing flood risks and loss through proper permitting and planning. Topics covered include: NFIP Basics, Maps & Flood Insurance Studies, the Floodplain Manager's Role, and NFIP Compliance. This workshop is targeted at new floodplain managers with less than two years of experience.
|Noon – 1:00||
Lunch on your own
|1:00 – 3:00||
$ TRAINING WORKSHOP * Why Am I Flooding When I Am Nowhere Near a Floodplain?
Learn about what works and what doesn’t work when it comes to preventing localized flooding, as well as how we got into this mess in the first place! This workshop exposes some of the attempts made by developers and their engineers to construct substandard developments and the unfortunate results. We deal with how to proactively avoid these problems in the project review phase. This workshop offers common sense advice for community plan reviewers whether they are engineers or not.
|1:00 – 5:00||
$ TRAINING WORKSHOP Elevation Certificates and LOMAs: The proper way to complete FEMA’s Elevation Certificate, MT-1 and MT-EZ forms, and how these are used in floodplain management.
This workshop will go through FEMA's latest Elevation Certificate section by section to help participants verify forms are being completed correctly by both licensed professionals and local officials. Specific focus will be applied to building diagrams since they are very important in floodplain management at the local level and insurance rating by the NFIP. The workshop will then go through the proper submittal of MT-1s identifying common shortfalls, submittal options, and use of FEMA’s Flood Map Service Center.
|1:00 – 5:00||
$ TRAINING WORKSHOP * PCSWMM/EPA SWMM5 Floodplain Modeling Workshop
This PCSWMM and EPA SWMM5 workshop focuses on getting both new and advanced users up to speed on the capabilities of these two modeling packages. Learn the theory, tools and practical hands-on applications of SWMM5 hydrologic and hydraulic modeling for stormwater and watershed systems. Special emphasis is on floodplains, calibration and drainage system planning and analysis using both single event and continuous modeling and integrated 1D-2D modeling.
|2:00 – 5:30||
ASFPM Committee Chairs Meeting (by invitation only)
|7:00 – 10:00||
COME ONE, COME ALL! Step right up to the Welcome Fest! Reconnect with friends and meet new ones at this State Fair- inspired event. Get your game throwing arm warmed up for cornhole, darts, basketball, football and more!!! Attire is casual and sips and bites will be provided!
Hosted by AFMA and their local sponsors. You must RSVP during conference registration to attend this FREE function.