Recognizing and Mitigating Flood Risk
January 23 @ 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
Jim Nadeau will present basic concepts and disconnects of the flood program, floods impact on value, lack of awareness of flood, political and regulatory
obstacles, how structures are currently rated versus going to be rated in the future, and types of flood risk not mapped. City staff will join and discuss current
efforts in planning.
*Jim Nadeau has provided land consultation and real estate brokerage services for over 35 years.
H e is a Professional Land Surveyor who holds the three National Flood Insurance Program designations, and is also a Designated Broker at Jim Nadeau Realty.
His experience in diverse fields allows him to provide comprehensive and unique service to homeowners, as well as, mortgage, insurance, land use, and design
consultants. As an instructor, Jim has presented over 80 learning events since 2012, to local and national audiences, with many accredited by state agencies.
Jim currently serves as the land surveyor member on the Technical Mapping Advisory Council, a federal advisory committee within FEMA, as Chair of the State
of Maine Board of Licensure for Professional Land Surveyors, and as a co-chair to FEMA on behalf of the National Society of Professional Land Surveyors.
Recently, Jim has become a member of the Greater Portland Board of Realtors’ Sustainability Advisory Group.