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Sea Level Rise, Adaptation and Mitigation

The Town completed a Sea Level Rise and Public Facilities Asset Risk Adaptation Planning report in 2016. To follow are the report and its appendices:

 

Sea Level Rise and Public Facilities Asset Risk Report

2016 Milton Sea Level Rise Report

FEMA Floodplain Map

Storm Surge Inundation Map – Category 1

Storm Surge Inundation Map – Category 2

Storm Surge Inundation Map – Category 3

Storm Surge Inundation Map – Category 4

Sea Level Rise Scenario Map

Flood Risk Adaptation Map (FRAM)

LiDAR Contours Map

LiDAR Digital Elevation Model (0-40 Range)

 

 


Within Fiscal Year 2022 (October 2021 – September 2022), we will be expanding the 2016 Report by completing analysis of data on impacts to the Broadkill River and the watershed over the next decade through 2032. Keep an eye on this page as information becomes available.


Agency Links:

Delaware Flood Planning Tool
FEMA, The National Risk Index
FEMA, Flood Map Center
FloodFactor
New Jersey Example of Vulnerability Assessment
Sussex County Flood Risk and Planning Tools


We welcome your comments and feedback on Milton’s Sea Level Rise Research and Planning. Please send your comments through the following link: Contact Us