Be Flood Safe Regional Flood Control District

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EXPECT THE UNEXPECTED
Flash floods are common in Southern Nevada. Yes, it's a desert out there. Sure, it hardly rains. But when it does, it pours. In the summer monsoon months, July through September, expect sudden downpours and rapid flash flooding. Even on sunny days.

BE PREPARED
Download our fun and informative free FloodSpot App for iPhone and Android. It has everything you need to stay flood safe in the palm of your hands - Flood Zone Interactive Map, Weather Reports, Flood Reporting, Photo/Video Uploading, Geo-Tagging, and Push Notifications. And, it also includes a fun-for-all-ages educational interactive game! If you spot a flood, take a photo or video and upload it to FloodSpot along with the location. Download it now. Or, connect with flood insurance agents at FloodSmart.gov.

SAVE LIVES
If you spot a flood, take a photo or video and upload it with the hashtag #NVfloodspotting on Twitter and Instagram. Your posts will be shared with the community and help others avoid danger zones.

STAY INFORMED
Follow the Regional Flood Control District on Facebook to stay informed about flood news. You can also see how much rain has fallen in your area by downloading the Regional Flood Control District’s GageMap App.

GET FLOOD INSURANCE
Protect your most valuable possession - your home - from floods. Secure your valuables and avoid financial tragedy. Download our FloodSpot App to find information about flood insurance. Or, connect to agents at FloodSmart.gov.

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