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CZM developed the Sea Level Rise and Coastal Flooding Viewer to support the assessment of coastal flooding vulnerability and risk for community facilities and infrastructure, consistent with Governor Baker’s Executive Order 569. This viewer includes interactive maps of flooding extents and water level elevations associated with sea level rise scenarios, current coastal flood zones, and hurricane surge modeled by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE).
The following community facilities and infrastructure were mapped: airports, community health centers, commuter rail and subway stations, electrical generation facilities, fire stations, harbormaster's offices, hospitals, landfills, libraries, long-term care residences, police stations, port facilities, prisons, public colleges and universities, public water supply sources, schools (pre-K through high school), town/city halls, wastewater treatment plants, and water supply protection areas. Public facilities and infrastructure located inland of mapped coastal flooding areas are not included in the viewer.
The online viewer includes these sections:
With the viewer, users can zoom in to an area of interest and then switch tabs to compare coastal flood data.
The community facilities and infrastructure mapped in the viewer are identified with an icon and facility outline. Clicking on the icon opens a pop-up box with the facility name, type, and town or city. Within the “Sea Level Rise” and “Hurricane Surge” tabs, the facility pop-up boxes also contain water levels. In the “FEMA Coastal Flood Zones” tab, water levels are included with the flood zone labels on the map.
The viewer and technical report are designed as a general vulnerability assessment and planning tool. This product should not be used for legal, engineering, or surveying purposes. Site-specific assessments of elevations or boundaries (parcel, structure, or other) should be made by a certified survey professional.