Vermont Flood Plains and Flood Risks

22 Jan

SVBR ~ Vermont Flood Plains and Flood Risks

SVBR ~ Vermont Flood Plains and Flood Risks

Tuesday, January 22, 2019 (10:00 AM to 12:00 PM)
2 CE Hours
118 Elliot Gallery, Brattleboro, Vermont

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Learn about the ins and outs of floodplain hazard and river corridor maps with the VT DEC Rivers Program. There will be a demonstration on how to access and interpret map data, understand NFIP insurance requirements, municipal and state regulations, flood mitigation opportunities for buildings and strategies to help prospective purchasers reduce losses from flooding and channel erosion. 

Learning Objectives 
The objective of this course is to provide Real Estate professionals with a basic understanding of:
 The various flood hazards which affect properties in Vermont, 
 The roles and responsibilities of property owners and local municipalities within the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP), and
 Acceptable floodproofing techniques generally used in residential and commercial buildings.

2 Hours of CE Vermont
CE Pending in NH

118 Elliot Gallery
118 Elliot Gallery
118 Elliot Street
Brattleboro, VT 

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Rebecca Pfeiffer
Rebecca Pfeiffer is the Floodplain Regulatory Team Lead and is the Northwest Vermont Floodplain Manager with the Vermont Rivers Program at the Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation. In her position, she leads the floodplain regulatory team, as well as supports communities in Northwest Vermont as they plan for flooding, provides technical support and review for development proposals in floodplains and river corridors, and provides and supports outreach and public education efforts. The Floodplain Managers also review Act 250/Section 248 projects within their region for floodplain or river corridor impacts, and issues State Flood Hazard Area & River Corridor permits where needed. Rebecca has been with the Rivers Program since 2006, and has a BS in Natural Resource Management and a Certificate in Remote Sensing & Geomatics from Rutgers University.

VAR will happily provide a full refund or transfer for cancellation or transfer requests received up to 12 days prior to a course offering. Because VAR reserved a seat in anticipation of your attendance; a fee in the amount of 15% of the original cost will be assessed for all cancellation or transfer requests received within 2 days of the course offering. No refund will be given within 2 days of cancelling. No shows, i.e. individuals who did not sign in or out, who arrived late or left early or who did not show up at all or any reason are ineligible for any refund or transfer.