LOMR Delegation

About LOMR Delegation

The San Antonio River Authority (SARA) has been awarded by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to participate in the Letter of Map Revision Delegation Program. This program delegates selected agencies across the United States the responsibility of performing the technical review for Conditional Letters of Map Revision (CLOMR) and Letters of Map Revision (LOMR) in their local communities on behalf of FEMA.

FEMA will maintain responsibility for the processing of MT-1 applications, which pertain to Conditional Letters of Map Amendment (CLOMA), Letters of Map Amendment (LOMA), Conditional Letters of Map Revision-based on Fill (CLOMR-F) and Letters of Map Revision based on Fill (LOMR-F). SARA officially begins receiving submittals under the FEMA Cooperating Technical Partners initiative on October 1, 2012. SARA will receive submittals within Bexar, Wilson, Karnes and Goliad Counties, Texas, including all incorporated communities within Bexar, Wilson, Karnes and Goliad Counties.

SARA serving as FEMA LOMR Delegate provides many benefits to communities in its jurisdiction:

  1. Management of local engineering models, supporting data and floodplain maps
  2. Local coordination of adjacent active CLOMRs and LOMRs
  3. Availability of local SARA staff to discuss submittals
  4. Knowledge of local area projects and issues

Mail CLOMR/LOMR Submittals to:

San Antonio River Authority
Attn: Watershed Engineering Dept. LOMC Administrator
P.O. Box 839980
San Antonio, TX. 78283-9980

OR

Deliver to our office:

San Antonio River Authority
Attn: Watershed Engineering Dept. LOMC Administrator
600 E. Euclid Ave
San Antonio, TX. 78212

Resources and Links

FEMA Procedure Memorandum 64
http://www.fema.gov/library/viewRecord.do?id=4312

MT-2 Application Forms and Instructions;
http://www.fema.gov/plan/prevent/fhm/dl_mt-2.shtm

Flood Map-Related Fees;
http://www.fema.gov/plan/prevent/fhm/frm_fees.shtm

Digital Data & Model Repository (D2MR)
http://gis.sara-tx.org/D2MR/

Forms and Documents

Instructions

pdf Instructions for Completing Application for CLOMRs and LOMRs (PDF, 352KB, 05/13/2013)

pdf Procedure Memorandum No. 57 – Expanded Appeals Process (PDF, 434KB, 09/22/2010)

pdf Changes to FEMA's Appeals Process (PDF, 111KB, 09/22/2010)

Documents

pdf New CLOMR Procedure for all Cases Effective October 1, 2010 (PDF, 219KB, 09/22/2010)

MT-2 Forms

pdf Alluvial Fan Flooding (PDF, 24KB, 09/22/2010)

pdf Coastal Structures (PDF, 87KB, 09/22/2010)

pdf Coastal Analysis (PDF, 78KB, 09/22/2010)

pdf Overview and Concurrence (PDF, 193KB, 09/22/2010)

pdf Payment Information (PDF, 66KB, 01/11/2011)

pdf Riverine Hydrology and Hydraulics (PDF, 94KB, 09/22/2010)

pdf Riverine Structures (PDF, 142KB, 09/22/2010)

MT-2 Notification Templates

pdf LOMR Letter Template (Word Document, 57KB, 03/07/2013)

pdf CLOMR Letter Template (Word Document, 53KB, 03/07/2013)

pdf Newspaper Notification Template (Word Document, 53KB, 03/07/2013)

Contact Program Administrator

All MT-2 applications for C/LOMR submittals should no longer be sent directly to FEMA. All submittals for CLOMRs and LOMRs inside the geographic area of Bexar, Wilson, Karnes, and Goliad will be processed by the San Antonio River Authority. FEMA will maintain responsibility for the processing of MT-1 applications.

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