|Building and Zoning Division|
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|Division of Police|
Grove City, OH 43123
Hours: M-F 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
The Building Division is responsible for regulating development within the city's floodplains based on the standards established by the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP).
Special Flood Hazard Area (SFHA) development permits (available for download via the link below) are required for all development in the SFHA. "Development" is defined in Title 44 of the Code of Federal Regulations as "any man-made change to improved or unimproved real estate." Based on this definition, the following activities are subject to floodplain regulation:
- Construction of new structures
- Modifications or improvements to existing structures
- Driving of piles
- Land clearing
- Permanent storage of materials and/or equipment
The Building Division is also a repository for local Flood Insurance Rate Maps (FIRMs), the official documents used in determining whether a parcel or structure is located within a Special Flood Hazard Area. In addition to establishing areas regulated under NFIP standards for floodplains, these maps determine requirements and rates for flood insurance.
Paper copies of the maps, along with Letters of Map Change issued by the Federal Emergency Management Agency, are kept on file in the Building Division office. PDF versions of the maps are available for download below.
- Map Index
- Panel 39049C0311K
- Panel 39049C0312K
- Panel 39049C0313K
- Panel 39049C0313K West Water Run LOMR Map, Revision February 2013
- Panel 39049C0314K
- Panel 39049C0314K West Water Run LOMR Map, Revision February 2013
- Panel 39049C0318K
- Panel 39049C0319K
- Panel 39049C0401K
- Panel 39049C0401K Mulberry Run LOMR Map, Revision March 2015
- Panel 39049C0402K
- Panel 39049C0402K Mulberry Run LOMR Map, Revision March 2015
- Panel 39049C0403K
- Panel 39049C0404K
- Panel 39049C0406K
- Panel 39049C0407K
- Panel 39049C0408K
- Panel 39049C0409K
WEST WATER RUN, February 2013
Following the implementation of the updated 2008 FIRMs, the Building Division partnered with engineering firm EMH&T to perform a new flood study to ensure that floodplain boundaries and base flood elevations (BFEs) along West Water Run were as accurate as possible. As a result of that study, FEMA has issued a Letter of Map Revision (LOMR) recognizing new floodplain boundaries and BFEs that will affect many property owners along West Water Run. Some properties currently within the floodplain will be removed, while other properties now outside the floodplain will be within it. Download the West Water Run LOMR, effective Feb. 4, 2013, showing the changes.
MULBERRY RUN, March 2015
Based on a recent study of the Mulberry Run floodplain, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has issued a Letter of Map Revision (LOMR), effective March 12, 2015. The LOMR recognizes new floodplain boundaries and base flood elevations (BFEs) effecting many property owners along Mulberry Run. Some properties currently within the floodplain will be removed, while other properties now outside the floodplain will be within the floodplain.
This updated map could result in changes to the insurance rates and requirements for this property. You are advised to contact your lender or insurance agent to find out how you will be affected by these changes. Download the Mulberry Run LOMR, effective March 12, 2015, showing the changes.