Nassau County actively participates in the NFIP and the CRS on behalf of residents living in unincorporated areas. On May 1, 2017 all new and renewal flood insurance policies for properties in the unincorporated areas of Nassau County will begin receiving a 10% premium discount annually as a result of the County's CRS class 8 rating. The value of these discounts total $368K annually.
When renewing a Flood Insurance Policy, please check for the "Community Rating Number
" stated on your policy. Should your policy indicate something other than eight (8), and you live in the unincorporated area of the County, please call your insurance agent in order to correct the error. Unincorporated Nassau County residents should receive a 10% reduction for properties in the Special Flood Hazard Area (SFHA) and a 5% discount outside the SFHA.
If your property is not located in unincorporated Nassau County, contact your municipality or visit http://www.floridadisaster.org/mitigation/CRS/ to find obtain the classification of your community.
Currently there are 1391 communities which are members of the CRS program. This means, only 6% of all 22,000 communities participating in the NFIP nationwide are members of the CRS program.