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Village Of Aurora Emergency Dwellings Ordinance
Date Added: Tuesday, May 23, 2017
Disaster Management, Disaster Relief, Zoning    
If a dwelling is rendered uninhabitable due to fire, flood, or similar natural or manmade disaster, the Zoning Board of Appeals may authorize the placement of an emergency dwelling in that location. The units must meet all applicable building, fire, health, and other codes. An emergency dwelling must have running water and be connected to a totally enclosed septic system or public sewer. The emergency dwellings shall be removed within ten days of the issuance of the Certificate of Occupancy for the repaired or replaced dwelling. Maximum duratio.. Read More
New York State Town Law – Purposes in View Ordinance
Date Added: Monday, May 8, 2017
Comprehensive Planning, Disaster Management, State Land Use Law, Transportation & Land Use Planning, Zoning    
New York
This ordinance explains the purpose behind granting zoning and land use planning authority to municipalities in New York State. .. Read More
Town of Gardiner Flood Damage Prevention Ordinance
Date Added: Friday, May 5, 2017
Disaster Management, Erosion & Sedimentation Control, Flood Prevention, Floodplain Regulations    
New York
Town of Gardiner NY Flood Damage Prevention ordinance (Chapter 121) is an attempt to minimize private and public loss due to flood conditions by controlling alterations in floodplains, regulating the construction of barriers in floodplains, regulating floodplain usages which may be dangerous to citizens and the environment, and controlling areas that are likely to be affected by floods and erosion. The code provides objectives to ensure that people who occupy flood lands are responsible for their actions and works to minimize public expenditure.. Read More
FEMA Model Ordinance for Flood Loss Reduction & Fish Habitat
Date Added: Thursday, May 4, 2017
Disaster Management, Flood Prevention, Floodplain Regulations, Floodwater Management, Wildlife & Fish Habitat    
State: Not Applicable
U.S. Federal
This model ordinance provides a framework for flood loss reduction regulations for use by any state in conjunction with affected counties or municipalities. Section one explicitly delegates State authority to local governmental bodies to adopt regulations to protect the public health, safety, and welfare of residents. Flood losses occur because of the cumulative effect of obstructions in special flood hazard areas. The purpose of the model ordinance is to promote the public health, safety, and welfare by reducing losses due to flooding by ma.. Read More
City of New York Executive Order 230 & Executive Order 233
Date Added: Wednesday, March 2, 2016
Disaster Management, Disaster Relief, Flood Prevention, Floodplain Regulations, Floodwater Management    
New York
Following Executive Order 225 (extending the State of Emergency caused by Hurricane Sandy) and the release of FEMA’s new advisory base flood elevation maps for areas impacted by Sandy (containing the most up-to-date information on flood hazard zones and necessary buildings heights to prevent flood damage) New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg issued Executive Order 230. Executive Order 230 suspends height limits and other restrictions for new construction and reconstruction in areas devastated by Hurricane Sandy. Additionally, as part of the re.. Read More