Flood Insurance in California

Flood Insurance in California

Your standard home insurance policy doesn’t cover flood damage. And with flooding becoming more frequent, especially after fires due to burn scars, you may want to consider flood insurance to protect your home.
Flooded home
California may be in the middle of a severe drought, but serious storms with flooding still occur. In October 2021, the Bay Area was hit by a “bomb cyclone” and “atmospheric river” that unleashed a deluge of rain. The storm was the strongest in 26 years, and in Sacramento, it topped one-day rainfall records and shut down major highways.

Many areas in the U.S. face devastating and costly flooding, but these events aren’t always declared federal disasters.
Financial aid from the government after a flood can be limited. It’s wise to have your own flood insurance to rely on. Most people who have flood insurance buy it through the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP), a federal program. Private flood insurance is also available.

FEMA’s Individuals and Households Program (IHP) can provide financial and direct assistance after a major disaster or emergency, if you’re eligible. This program helps people find housing after an event directly caused by a disaster that insurance or other sources do not cover.

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