Santa Rosa County Property Appraiser Gregory S. Brown, CFA
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Above Sea Level Lines Living on the Gulf Coast in the panhandle provides for access to a host of outdoor activities year round.  However, there are those times when the weather is not the best and disaster can strike, leaving behind damage or total destruction to some homes.  As seen in during Hurricane Ivan and Dennis, water destroyed many homes in the panhandle and held at bay the owners of many of these homes during the storm due to the unknowing events which would occur because of the rising flood waters.  In an effort to provide indicators of the above sea level heights for those properties which are close to water areas, my staff and I have provided a layer to the map on the web site which allows an owner the opportunity to view their properties’ sea level characteristics. The selection for these lines can be made in the panel on the left of the map once you have zoomed in to an area of concern.  Available heights include 1-16 foot increments followed by 20, 25, and 30 foot increments respectively.  Any single or multiple height may be selected at one time.  Major lines (5, 10, etc.) will be displayed in green and minor lines will be displayed in orange.   These lines are placed on this map as a layer for informational purposes only, and we are not responsible for the accuracy of the Sea level lines which are available.  Any decisions made based on the lines and their placement upon this map is solely your responsibility. This office is constantly working to provide and publish the most current and accurate information possible.  Inquiries related to the linked content can be addressed by visiting the Northwest Florida Water Management District web site at http://portal.nwfwmdfloodmaps.com/contacts.html Additional maps can be viewed at http://portal.nwfwmdfloodmaps.com/