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P.O. Box 609
118 West Maple Street
Centralia, WA 98531-0609
Phone: (360) 330-7662
Fax: (360) 330-7673
Hours: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday-Friday
  Elevation Certificates

Elevation Certificates The National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) requires the City to maintain a record of the elevation (elevation certificates) for any new building or substantial building built in the Special Flood Hazard Area (100 year flood plain). The NFIP also requires that the communities make their elevation certificates available for public inspection. Buildings built in the City of Centralia 100-year flood plains are required to have the lowest floor and all materials susceptible to flood damage two feet above the base flood elevation. Address or parcel numbers will be needed to help locate specific elevation certificates.

NFIP Elevation Certificate and Instructions
Elevation Certificate Form Only (March 2018)

To obtain flood insurance home owners will need an Elevation Certificate. To access the Elevation Certificates that the City has copies of, please click here. (This is a large file and will take a minute or two to download to your computer.) If we do not have an elevation certificate for your parcel, you can have one created by any licensed surveyor.

To view copies of elevation certificates on file with the City of Centralia, please choose the appropriate folder below:

Addresses 1 - 500

Addresses 501 - 1000

Addresses 1001 - 1500

Addresses 1501 - 2000

Addresses 2001 - 2500

Addresses 2501 - 3000

Addresses 3001 - 4000



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