To promote the common interest in reducing flood losses and to encourage the protection and enhancement of natural floodplain values...
FMA is the premier venue for floodplain management professionals interested in reducing flood risk and creating sustainable floodplains. The association serves as an unbiased forum for legislature, government, industry and science to advance best practices, technologies, policies, regulations and legal strategies, with a focus on California, Nevada and Hawaii.
FMA presents an ongoing series of symposiums, conferences, and workshops addressing emerging issues of the day, such as: floodplain modeling and mapping; land use strategies; local, state and federal policies, laws and regulations to reduce flood risk; structural and non-structural flood control system design and operation; floodplain restoration and natural resource management; flood hazard mitigation, preparedness and emergency response; flood warning and forecasting; public education, outreach and involvement; and similar topics. View a brief summary of association activities in the past year here.
FMA membership is a MUST for anyone serious about participating in shaping floodplain management policy and practice in the United States. Members receive monthly updates, special discounts to professional events and unique opportunities for presentations or sponsorship.
Join as a full Member and receive our monthly briefings, quarterly newsletter, deep discounts to our annual conference, symposiums and workshops, vote and participate in our diverse Committees designed to shape the future of floodplain management.
2015 Conference Highlights
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The 2015 Floodplain Management Association Annual Conference is shaping up to be the best yet! We remain the premiere conference for floodplain managers and will provide many opportunities for networking, educating, visiting vendors and socializing. One of the major highlights is that the Arid Regions Conference is a joint venture with us this year. A few other highlights include: