Mountains of Western North Carolina

Notice of Possible Flooding

  • Dear Prospective Tenant,

    Boone, NC and much of surrounding areas sit in mountain valleys where much of the developed land is located in a flood zone and is subject to flooding in extreme weather events. Some of the many locations with flood plains include but are not limited to: areas near the Boone Mall, Walmart, Hospital, and Peacock Parking lot on campus.

    Part or all of the premises of the dwelling unit you plan to rent, Complex Name & Address shown below, is located within the flood zone shown below.

  • FEMA Flood Zone Designations:

    Flood HazardFlood Zone Designation
    100-Year ( 1-percent annual chance) flood AKA Special Flood Hazard Area (SFHA)Zone AE Floodplain
    500-Year flood (areas between the limits of the 1-percent and the 0.2-percent-annual-chance of flood)Zone X (Shaded)
    Areas outside the 100-year and 500-year flood zones (areas of minimal flood hazard)Zone X (Unshaded)

    It is important for tenants to note the category of flood zone may not accurately reflect actual frequency of flooding.

    The 1% annual chance flood (100-year flood), also known as the base flood, is the flood that has a 1% chance of being equaled or exceeded in any given year.

    If you have questions or want to determine how much and what part of the property is located in a flood plain, flood maps can be viewed at: https://flood.nc.gov/ncflood/ or https://fris.nc.gov/fris.

  •    X    Landlord has NO Knowledge the dwelling unit at the above address has flooded in the past.
              Landlord has Knowledge the dwelling unit at the above address has flooded in the past. (Dwelling flood details in attached exhibit, if applicable.)

  • Regardless of whether or not the Landlord indicated he is aware of previous flooding events at the dwelling unit listed above. Landlord makes no representation about the future possibility of flooding at the property or dwelling. This notice is being made due to a requirement by the Town of Boone, NC.

    The landlord Does Not accept responsibility for damage to or destruction of the Tenant’s personal property resulting from flooding.

    Most regular renter’s insurance policies do not provide personal property coverage for flood damage. Tenant(s) is hereby notified that if Tenant(s) wants Tenant’s personal property covered against flooding Tenant(s) will need to purchase a separate renter’s Flood Insurance Policy from your insurance agent. The renter’s Flood Insurance Policy will spell out what coverage is provided.

    The renter is encouraged to visit https://www.floodsmart.gov/ for more information on the National Flood Insurance Program (which helps unwrite most renter’s flood insurance).

     

  • I,
  • , do hereby agree that I have received and read this Notice of Possible Flooding prior to signing a Lease Contract for a dwelling unit at the above-mentioned property.


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