§ 111.4. Administrative procedures for implementation.
(a) Municipal applicants other than counties. A municipal application from other than a county shall conform with the following:
(1) On receipt of an application or letter of intent from a municipality other than a county for funds under a program to which this chapter applies, the regional office shall determine, using Federal, State and local data, whether the applicant is a flood-prone municipality.
(2) If the applicant is found flood-prone, the Department will determine whether the applicant has qualified for National Flood Insurance. If the applicant has so qualified, the application review process shall continue as usual.
(3) If the applicant has filed a resolution of interest and a resolution of compliance with program requirements, seeking qualification for National Flood Insurance, although the applicant has not qualified, the regional office will accept the application or letter of intent for Department funds. If the regional office has not received a completed National Flood Insurance Program application or a copy of the transmittal letter for the completed Program application, within 60 days from acceptance, the regional office will return the application or letter of intent for Department funds to the applicant.
(4) The regional office will not forward an application or letter of intent for Department funds to the central office of the Department for processing until the applicant has qualified for National Flood insurance.
(b) Other applicants. Section 111.1 (relating to policy) governs certain applications from counties and applicants other than municipalities. The administrative procedures for implementation applicable to those applications shall be set forth separately for each Department program.
(c) Department staff. Department staff are available to assist a municipality in qualifying for National Flood Insurance. Requests for assistance and questions regarding Department policy should be directed to the Governors Center for Local Government Services, Department of Community and Economic Development, Commonwealth Keystone Building, 400 North Street, 4th Floor, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 17120, or a planning analyst at one of the Departments regional offices.
The provisions of this § 111.4 adopted December 19, 1975, effective December 20, 1975, 5 Pa.B. 3272; corrected November 4, 1988, effective May 7, 1988, 18 Pa.B. 4941; amended December 18, 1992, effective December 19, 1992, 22 Pa.B. 6026. Immediately preceding text appears at serial pages (169843) to (169844).
This section cited in 12 Pa. Code § 111.3 (relating to implementation).
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