Water Resources Division
The Water Resources Division of Yakima County Public Services Department is responsible for the following activities:
- Flood Preparedness and Awareness: Information in what to do before, during and after a flood, who to contact including Emergency Management Services, and Public Outreach activities. An flood emergency does not have to be declared before you can activate your flood insurance.
- Regulatory and Development Information: Explanation of floodplain and drainage regulations and permits required for development within urban Yakima County
- : National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) II permit compliance for the urban county. Yakima County, as the Yakima Regional Stormwater Group (RSWG) Lead, is tasked by an Interlocal Governmental Agreement (ILA) to perform permit compliance tasks for the cities of Selah, Sunnyside, Union Gap, and urban Yakima County.
- Yakima Basin Water Resources Division Initiatives: Participation within and links to:
- Yakima County-Wide Flood Control Zone District: Flood hazard reduction plans, projects and studies along Yakima’s stream corridors:
2019 NFIP Adjuster Authorization Course
Registration for the 2019 NFIP Adjuster Claims Presentation is now open. Below please find the 2019 schedule with links to each registration page.
Adjusters seeking to renew authorization must attend an NFIP Adjuster Claims Presentation. Adjusters seeking to become authorized must attend an NFIP Presentation and apply for authorization with the NFIP Bureau and Statistical Agent. NFIP standards and requirements for adjuster authorization may be found in the Claims Manual.
For more information about the adjuster authorization process or to contact the Bureau and Statistical Agent, please go to https://nfipservices.floodsmart.gov/home/claims/adjauth.
NFIP ADJUSTER CHECK IN & OUT APP
Please download the free NFIP Adjuster Check In & Check Out App for mobile devices. App download page: http://nfip.quickmobile.mobi
The NFIP Adjuster Check In & Check Out App allows simple and fast attendee checking in and checking out using a presentation-specific code. The app also includes all presentation materials, event address, map, and other important information. The app replaces the paper sign in/sign out process. Materials will NOT be provided at the presentation.
NEW THIS YEAR! Continuing education credits will be offered on an optional basis. When you register for a presentation, you'll be asked if you would like to receive CE credit for the course. Your home state adjuster license number is required for CE. CE credit is provided free of charge.
NFIP Training will file CE credits in your designated home state only. Please register for one presentation only.
The 2019 NFIP Adjuster Authorization Course is approved for 6 hours of continuing education credit in the states of AL, AR, CA, DE, FL*, GA, IN, KY, LA, MS, NC, NH, OK, TX, UT, and WY. Some presentations may run past 4:00pm. Attendees are expected to stay for the full duration of the course, but are only eligible for 6 hours of CE credit.
*This course has been approved by the Florida Department of Financial Services for insurance continuing education credit.
See the state continuing education provider and course information at the bottom of this bulletin.
Presentation: 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM
Sign-in begins at 8:00 AM.
Dress is business casual.