Regulatory floodplain definition

Regulatory floodplain means an area covered by a one hundred year flood as depicted on a flood insurance rate map published by the federal emergency management agency.
Regulatory floodplain means a “Special Flood Hazard Areadelineated on an effectiveFlood Insurance Rate Map.” and an "Administrative Flood Hazard Area."
Regulatory floodplain means the area of the special flood hazard area plus the protected area, as defined in SMC 13.12.300. The term also includes newly designated areas that are delineated pursuant to SMC 13.12.300(E).

Examples of Regulatory floodplain in a sentence

Regulatory floodplain: A watercourse and the areas adjoining a watercourse, which have been, or hereafter may be covered by the Base Flood.

Regulatory floodplain limits as defined by the Zoning Ordinance shall be contained within an easement dedicated to the County of Loudoun.D C.

Notwithstanding Section 1.2 (1), the replacement of sewage disposal systems on existing lots of record may be permitted within the Regulatory floodplain if it has been demonstrated to the satisfaction of the Conservation Authority that locating the system outside the flood plain is not possible and, if so, that the control of flooding, erosion, pollution or the conservation of land will not be affected by the system placement.

Regulatory floodplain means that portion of the natural floodplain that would be inundated by the base regulatory flood.

Regulatory floodplain limits as defined by the Zoning Ordinance shall be contained within an easement dedicated to the County of Loudoun.

Definitions• FEMA (100-year) Floodplain:– Regulatory floodplain developed by FEMA and adopted by local communities.– Properties in the floodplain with a federally backed mortgage are required to carry flood insurance.

Regulatory floodplain boundaries and designations can be found at the FEMA Map Service Center (FEMA, 2016c).

When base flood elevation data has not been provided in accordance with the foregoing paragraph, and an area has been designated Zone A on the FIRM, the Floodplain Administrator shall obtain, review and reasonably utilize any base flood elevation data available from federal, state or other source in order to administer the applicable conditions of section 56-203, "Regulatory floodplain use and limitations," of this article.

The older development areas along the lower Speed River and Eramosa River are located within the Regulatory floodplain and as such could be flooded in the future.

This Standard shall not limit or prevent the inspector from meeting state statutes which license professional home inspection and home inspectors.


More Definitions of Regulatory floodplain

Regulatory floodplain means a watercourse and the areas adjoining a watercourse which have been, or may be, covered by a one hundred year flood as depicted on a federal insurance administration flood map.
Regulatory floodplain means the area susceptible to being covered by the regulatory
Regulatory floodplain means the floodplain depicted on maps recognized by IDNR-OWR for regulatory purposes;
Regulatory floodplain means an “Area of Special Flood Hazarddelineated on an effectiveFlood Insurance Rate Map.”

Related to Regulatory floodplain

Regulatory Floodway means the channel of a river or other watercourse and the adjacent land areas that must be reserved in order to discharge the base flood without cumulatively increasing the water surface elevation more than a designated height.
Regulatory Flood Protection Elevation means the “Base Flood Elevation” plus the “Freeboard”. In “Special Flood Hazard Areas” where Base Flood Elevations (BFEs) have been determined, this elevation shall be the BFE plus two (2) feet of freeboard. In “Special Flood Hazard Areas” where no BFE has been established, this elevation shall be at least two (2) feet above the highest adjacent grade.
Development Application means the development application identified in Item 5 of Schedule 1 and includes all plans, reports models, photomontages, material boards (as amended supplemented) submitted to the consent authority before the determination of that Development Application.
Floodplain Development Permit means any type of permit that is required in conformance with the provisions of this ordinance, prior to the commencement of any development activity.
Development Authority means the Development Authority established by the municipality's Development Authority Bylaw and appointed by Council;
Regulatory Filing means any documentation comprising or relating to or supporting any filing or application with any Regulatory Authority with respect to any compound or product (including any Licensed Compound or Licensed Product), or its use or potential use in humans, including any documents submitted to any Regulatory Authority and all supporting data, including INDs and NDAs, and all correspondence with any Regulatory Authority with respect to such compound or product (including minutes of any meetings, telephone conferences or discussions with any Regulatory Authority).
Regulatory Data means any and all research data, pharmacology data, chemistry, manufacturing and control data, preclinical data, clinical data and all other documentation submitted, or required to be submitted, to Regulatory Authorities in association with regulatory filings for the Product (including any applicable Drug Master Files (“DMFs”), Chemistry, Manufacturing and Control (“CMC”) data, or similar documentation).
Floodplain or flood-prone area means any land area susceptible to being inundated by water from any source (see definition of “flood”).
Regional flood (NR 115.03(7)) means a flood determined to be representative of large floods known to have generally occurred in Wisconsin and which may be expected to occur on a particular stream because of like physical characteristics, once in every 100 years.
Radiopharmaceutical quality assurance means, but is not limited to, the performance of appropriate chemical, biological and physical tests on potential radiopharmaceuticals and the interpretation of the resulting data to determine their suitability for use in humans including internal test assessment, authentication of product history and the keeping of proper records.
Floodplain or "floodprone area" means any land area susceptible to being inundated by water from any source (see definition of "flooding").
Regulatory Documentation means all (i) applications (including all INDs and Drug Approval Applications), registrations, licenses, authorizations, and approvals (including Regulatory Approvals); (ii) correspondence and reports submitted to or received from Regulatory Authorities (including minutes and official contact reports relating to any communications with any Regulatory Authority) and all supporting documents with respect thereto, including all regulatory drug lists, advertising and promotion documents, adverse event files, and complaint files; and (iii) clinical and other data contained or relied upon in any of the foregoing, in each case ((i), (ii), and (iii)) relating to a Product.
Regulatory Filings means, collectively: (a) all INDs, NDAs, establishment license applications, drug master files, applications for designation of a Product as an “Orphan Product(s)” under the Orphan Drug Act, for “Fast Track” status under Section 506 of the FDCA (21 U.S.C. § 356) or for a Special Protocol Assessment under Section 505(b)(4)(B) and (C) of the FDCA (21 U.S.C. § 355(b)(4)(B)) or all other similar filings (including, without limitation, any counterparts of any of the foregoing in any country region in the Territory) as may be required by any Regulatory Authority for the Development of a Candidate or Commercialization of a Product; (b) all supplements and amendments to any of the foregoing; and (c) all data contained in, and correspondence relating to, any of the foregoing.
Insurance Regulatory Authority means, with respect to any Insurance Subsidiary, the insurance department or similar Governmental Authority charged with regulating insurance companies or insurance holding companies, in its jurisdiction of domicile and, to the extent that it has regulatory authority over such Insurance Subsidiary, in each other jurisdiction in which such Insurance Subsidiary conducts business or is licensed to conduct business.
Regulatory Materials means regulatory applications, submissions, dossiers, notifications, registrations, Regulatory Approvals and/or other filings made to or with, or other approvals granted by, a Regulatory Authority that are necessary or reasonably desirable in order to Develop, manufacture or Commercialize a Product in a particular country or regulatory jurisdiction. Regulatory Materials include INDs, MAAs and BLAs.
Floodproofing means any combination of structural and nonstructural additions, changes, or adjustments to structures which reduce or eliminate flood damage to real estate or improved real property, water and sanitary facilities and structures and their contents.
Chemical Dependency Treatment Center means a facility which is a Participating Provider and, which provides a program for the Treatment of chemical dependency pursuant to a written Treatment plan approved and monitored by a Participating Physician and which facility is also:
Clinical means having a significant relationship, whether real or potential, direct or indirect, to the actual rendering or outcome of dental care, the practice of dentistry, or the quality of dental care being rendered to a patient;
Coordinated licensure information system means an integrated process for collecting, storing, and sharing information on nurse licensure and enforcement activities related to nurse licensure laws that is administered by a nonprofit organization composed of and controlled by licensing boards.
Nationwide Mortgage Licensing System and Registry means a mortgage licensing system developed and maintained by the Conference of State Bank Supervisors and the American Association of Residential Mortgage Regulators for the licensing and registration of licensed mortgage loan originators.
Research record means any data, document, computer file, computer diskette, or any other written or non-written account or object that reasonably may be expected to provide evidence or information regarding the proposed, conducted, or reported research that constitutes the subject of an allegation of research misconduct. A research record includes, but is not limited to, grant or contract applications, whether funded or unfunded; grant or contract progress and other reports; laboratory notebooks; notes; correspondence; videos; photographs; X-ray film; slides; biological materials; computer files and printouts; manuscripts and publications; equipment use logs; laboratory procurement records; animal facility records; human and animal subject protocols; consent forms; medical charts; and patient research files.
Wild animal means any mammal, bird, fish, or other creature of a wild nature endowed with sensation and the power of voluntary motion.
Commercial kennel means a kennel which performs grooming, boarding, or training services for dogs or cats in return for a consideration.
Regulatory Authority means any applicable supra-national, federal, national, regional, state, provincial or local regulatory agencies, departments, bureaus, commissions, councils or other government entities regulating or otherwise exercising authority with respect to the Licensed Technology or the Licensed Product in the Territory.
Development Site means any parcel or lot on which exists or which is intended for building development other than the following:
Drug paraphernalia means all equipment, products and materials of any kind which are used, intended for use, or designed for use in planting, propagating, cultivating, growing, harvesting, manufacturing, compounding, converting, producing, processing, preparing, testing, analyzing, packaging, repackaging, storing, containing, concealing, injecting, ingesting, inhaling, or otherwise introducing into the human body a controlled substance in violation of this chapter. It includes, but is not limited to: