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Name Description Project Project Type Document Date Town
PDF icon edg_Hurr_Inundation_par.pdf This map displays the Hurricane Surge Inundation areas within the town of Edgartown. These delineated flooded areas are the results of NOAA's SLOSH analysis. Parcel boundaries are included for general reference and planning purposes only. per NOAA -- The Sea, Lake, and Overland Surges from Hurricanes (SLOSH) model is a computerized numerical model developed by the National Weather Service (NWS) to estimate storm surge heights resulting from historical, hypothetical, or predicted hurricanes by taking into account the atmospheric pressure, size, forward speed, and track data. These parameters are used to create a model of the wind field which drives the storm surge. The SLOSH model consists of a set of physics equations which are applied to a specific locale's shoreline, incorporating the unique bay and river configurations, water depths, bridges, roads, levees and other physical features. Other January 27, 2016 All-Island
PDF icon chi_Hurr_Inundation_par.pdf This map displays the Hurricane Surge Inundation areas within the town of Chilmark. These delineated flooded areas are the results of NOAA's SLOSH analysis. Parcel boundaries are included for general reference and planning purposes only. per NOAA -- The Sea, Lake, and Overland Surges from Hurricanes (SLOSH) model is a computerized numerical model developed by the National Weather Service (NWS) to estimate storm surge heights resulting from historical, hypothetical, or predicted hurricanes by taking into account the atmospheric pressure, size, forward speed, and track data. These parameters are used to create a model of the wind field which drives the storm surge. The SLOSH model consists of a set of physics equations which are applied to a specific locale's shoreline, incorporating the unique bay and river configurations, water depths, bridges, roads, levees and other physical features. Other January 27, 2016 All-Island
PDF icon aqu_Hurr_Inundation_par.pdf This map displays the Hurricane Surge Inundation areas within the town of Aquinnah. These delineated flooded areas are the results of NOAA's SLOSH analysis. Parcel boundaries are included for general reference and planning purposes only. per NOAA -- The Sea, Lake, and Overland Surges from Hurricanes (SLOSH) model is a computerized numerical model developed by the National Weather Service (NWS) to estimate storm surge heights resulting from historical, hypothetical, or predicted hurricanes by taking into account the atmospheric pressure, size, forward speed, and track data. These parameters are used to create a model of the wind field which drives the storm surge. The SLOSH model consists of a set of physics equations which are applied to a specific locale's shoreline, incorporating the unique bay and river configurations, water depths, bridges, roads, levees and other physical features. Other January 27, 2016 All-Island
PDF icon wti_Hurr_Inundation.pdf This map displays the Hurricane Surge Inundation areas within the town of West Tisbury. These delineated flooded areas are the results of NOAA's SLOSH analysis. per NOAA -- The Sea, Lake, and Overland Surges from Hurricanes (SLOSH) model is a computerized numerical model developed by the National Weather Service (NWS) to estimate storm surge heights resulting from historical, hypothetical, or predicted hurricanes by taking into account the atmospheric pressure, size, forward speed, and track data. These parameters are used to create a model of the wind field which drives the storm surge. The SLOSH model consists of a set of physics equations which are applied to a specific locale's shoreline, incorporating the unique bay and river configurations, water depths, bridges, roads, levees and other physical features. Other January 27, 2016 All-Island
PDF icon tis_Hurr_Inundation.pdf This map displays the Hurricane Surge Inundation areas within the town of Tisbury. These delineated flooded areas are the results of NOAA's SLOSH analysis. per NOAA -- The Sea, Lake, and Overland Surges from Hurricanes (SLOSH) model is a computerized numerical model developed by the National Weather Service (NWS) to estimate storm surge heights resulting from historical, hypothetical, or predicted hurricanes by taking into account the atmospheric pressure, size, forward speed, and track data. These parameters are used to create a model of the wind field which drives the storm surge. The SLOSH model consists of a set of physics equations which are applied to a specific locale's shoreline, incorporating the unique bay and river configurations, water depths, bridges, roads, levees and other physical features. Other January 27, 2016 All-Island
PDF icon oak_Hurr_Inundation.pdf This map displays the Hurricane Surge Inundation areas within the town of Oak Bluffs. These delineated flooded areas are the results of NOAA's SLOSH analysis. per NOAA -- The Sea, Lake, and Overland Surges from Hurricanes (SLOSH) model is a computerized numerical model developed by the National Weather Service (NWS) to estimate storm surge heights resulting from historical, hypothetical, or predicted hurricanes by taking into account the atmospheric pressure, size, forward speed, and track data. These parameters are used to create a model of the wind field which drives the storm surge. The SLOSH model consists of a set of physics equations which are applied to a specific locale's shoreline, incorporating the unique bay and river configurations, water depths, bridges, roads, levees and other physical features. Other January 27, 2016 All-Island
PDF icon gosnold_Hurr_Inundation.pdf This map displays the Hurricane Surge Inundation areas within the town of Gosnold. These delineated flooded areas are the results of NOAA's SLOSH analysis. per NOAA -- The Sea, Lake, and Overland Surges from Hurricanes (SLOSH) model is a computerized numerical model developed by the National Weather Service (NWS) to estimate storm surge heights resulting from historical, hypothetical, or predicted hurricanes by taking into account the atmospheric pressure, size, forward speed, and track data. These parameters are used to create a model of the wind field which drives the storm surge. The SLOSH model consists of a set of physics equations which are applied to a specific locale's shoreline, incorporating the unique bay and river configurations, water depths, bridges, roads, levees and other physical features. Other January 27, 2016 All-Island
PDF icon edg_Hurr_Inundation.pdf This map displays the Hurricane Surge Inundation areas within the town of Edgartown. These delineated flooded areas are the results of NOAA's SLOSH analysis. per NOAA -- The Sea, Lake, and Overland Surges from Hurricanes (SLOSH) model is a computerized numerical model developed by the National Weather Service (NWS) to estimate storm surge heights resulting from historical, hypothetical, or predicted hurricanes by taking into account the atmospheric pressure, size, forward speed, and track data. These parameters are used to create a model of the wind field which drives the storm surge. The SLOSH model consists of a set of physics equations which are applied to a specific locale's shoreline, incorporating the unique bay and river configurations, water depths, bridges, roads, levees and other physical features. Other January 27, 2016 All-Island
PDF icon chi_Hurr_Inundation.pdf This map displays the Hurricane Surge Inundation areas within the town of Chilmark. These delineated flooded areas are the results of NOAA's SLOSH analysis. per NOAA -- The Sea, Lake, and Overland Surges from Hurricanes (SLOSH) model is a computerized numerical model developed by the National Weather Service (NWS) to estimate storm surge heights resulting from historical, hypothetical, or predicted hurricanes by taking into account the atmospheric pressure, size, forward speed, and track data. These parameters are used to create a model of the wind field which drives the storm surge. The SLOSH model consists of a set of physics equations which are applied to a specific locale's shoreline, incorporating the unique bay and river configurations, water depths, bridges, roads, levees and other physical features. Other January 27, 2016 All-Island
PDF icon aqu_Hurr_Inundation.pdf This map displays the Hurricane Surge Inundation areas within the town of Aquinnah. These delineated flooded areas are the results of NOAA's SLOSH analysis. per NOAA -- The Sea, Lake, and Overland Surges from Hurricanes (SLOSH) model is a computerized numerical model developed by the National Weather Service (NWS) to estimate storm surge heights resulting from historical, hypothetical, or predicted hurricanes by taking into account the atmospheric pressure, size, forward speed, and track data. These parameters are used to create a model of the wind field which drives the storm surge. The SLOSH model consists of a set of physics equations which are applied to a specific locale's shoreline, incorporating the unique bay and river configurations, water depths, bridges, roads, levees and other physical features. Other January 27, 2016 All-Island
PDF icon Parcel Lookup Thumbnail List Hotlinked.pdf A document with thumbnail images of the most current Parcel Lookup Websites for the County of Dukes County. Each thumbnail image is hotlinked to the respective website that the town maintains. Questions regarding the data &/or assessed information should be forwarded to the town assessor. Other January 12, 2016
PDF icon Shoreline Change Map Thumbnail List Hotlinked.pdf A document with map images of Shoreline Change Maps for the County of Dukes County. These images are not available for individual download at this time (12/30/15). Other December 30, 2015
PDF icon Effective Flood Map Thumbnail List Hotlinked.pdf A document with thumbnail images of the Effective Flood Zones Maps for the County of Dukes County. Each thumbnail image is hotlinked to the respective PDF map document in the MVC's Resource Center. The PDF map can be viewed, printed, or downloaded. Other September 15, 2016
PDF icon wti_effFlood_current.pdf This map display's FEMA's Flood Zones within the town of West Tisbury. These flood boundaries were adopted by the Town in 2016 and, as of July 2016, are still the Effective boundaries. These maps do not replace the official paper Flood Insurance Rate Maps (FIRM) produced by FEMA. Other September 15, 2016 All-Island
PDF icon tis_effFlood_current.pdf This map display's FEMA's Flood Zones within the town of Tisbury. These flood boundaries were adopted by the Town in 2016 and, as of July 2016, are still the Effective boundaries. These maps do not replace the official paper Flood Insurance Rate Maps (FIRM) produced by FEMA. Other September 15, 2016 All-Island
PDF icon oak_effFlood_current.pdf This map display's FEMA's Flood Zones within the town of Oak Bluffs. These flood boundaries were adopted by the Town in 2016 and, as of July 2016, are still the Effective boundaries. These maps do not replace the official paper Flood Insurance Rate Maps (FIRM) produced by FEMA. Other September 15, 2016 All-Island
PDF icon gosnold_effFlood_current.pdf This map display's FEMA's Flood Zones within the town of Gosnold. These flood boundaries were adopted by the Town in 2016 and, as of July 2016, are still the Effective boundaries. These maps do not replace the official paper Flood Insurance Rate Maps (FIRM) produced by FEMA. Other September 15, 2016 All-Island
PDF icon edg_effFlood_current.pdf This map display's FEMA's Flood Zones within the town of Edgartown. These flood boundaries were adopted by the Town in 2016 and, as of July 2016, are still the Effective boundaries. These maps do not replace the official paper Flood Insurance Rate Maps (FIRM) produced by FEMA. Other September 15, 2016 All-Island
PDF icon chi_effFlood_current.pdf This map display's FEMA's Flood Zones within the town of Chilmark. These flood boundaries are Effective by FEMA as of July 2016. These maps do not replace the official paper Flood Insurance Rate Maps (FIRM) produced by FEMA. Other September 15, 2016 All-Island
PDF icon aqu_effFlood_current.pdf This map display's FEMA's Flood Zones within the town of Aquinnah. These flood boundaries were adopted by the Town in 2016 and, as of July 2016, are the Effective boundaries. These maps do not replace the official paper Flood Insurance Rate Maps (FIRM) produced by FEMA. Other September 15, 2016 All-Island

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