Fema Loma Surveyor Login
eLOMA is a web-based application that provides Licensed Professionals (i.e., licensed land surveyors and professional engineers) with a system to submit a Letter of Map Amendment request to FEMA. This is designed to make determinations based on the information submitted by the Licensed
The Online LOMC tool is available to any applicant that would like to submit a LOMA, CLOMA, LOMR-F, LOMR, CLOMR or CLOMR-F request directly to FEMA. The Online LOMC tool is an alternative to the MT-1 and MT-2 paper forms and/or MT-EZ paper form. The eLOMA tool allows licensed professionals to receive an instant determination.
When a licensed Professional Land Surveyor or Engineer are hired to perform an Elevation Certificate (EC), they are providing data which will determine if the structure located on the lot is at risk of flooding. If the EC results are favorable and the structure is located above the Base Flood Elevation (BFE), then a Letter of Map Amendment (LOMA) requesting that FEMA remove the property from
As of September 28, 2017, the FEMA Mapping Information Platform (MIP) transitioned from Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) to Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure (HTTPS), which secures data entered by users. Users should update all bookmarks, including any systems or processes that access MSC data or data services directly via URL.
FEMA doesn't require participation from a Community CEO or Floodplain Administrator for a Letter of Map Amendment (LOMA) or Conditional Letter of Map Amendment (CLOMA) since FEMA's determination will be made based on natural, as-built elevations.
that provides licensed land surveyors and professional engineers (Licensed Professionals) with a system to submit simple Letter of Map Amendment (LOMA) requests to FEMA. This tool is designed to make a determination based on the information submitted by the Licensed Professional and allow them to generate a determination from FEMA in minutes.