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      Upcoming NMFMA workshops/conferences are scheduled for the following times:

April 16-19, 2019.
NMFMA is proud to host the 2019 ASFPM Arid Regions Conference. 
Come learn about issues and applied methodologies from peers in the region.
For more information visit the Arid regions Conference Page: 

Arid Regions Home Page


 Open Position for the City of Santa Fe Floodplain Manager

Download the brochure:  

Engineer Supervisor City Santa Fe


   CFM Study Guide

ASFPM has recently developed a CFM Study Guide  to help those who are interested in becoming a CFM to study for the test.  Click on the link or go to CFM Certification, Certification. 

The CFM exam is proctored at every NMFMA Workshop/Conference.


    New CFMs

 

NMFMA recognizes CFMs who were recently certified by the NM CFM Program. Congratulations on passing the CFM exam proctored at the NMFMA Fall Workshop held at the Ruidoso Convention Center in Ruidoso, NM on September 12 , 2018:

 

 

Susanna Diller, CFM City of T or C 
Mark Hartman, CFM Dennis Engineering Company
Stephen Pacheco, CFM         City of Las Cruces

 

 



    Fall 2018 Workshop Sponsors

 

NMFMA would like to thank the following sponsors of the Fall Workshop held at the Ruidoso Convention Center in Ruidoso, NM:

 All of our sponsors assisted with the cost of breaks throughout the workshop, the Wednesday night social, the Thursday business luncheon and the Thursday night soocial.  Thanks to all of our sponsors for your generosity and continuing support of NMFMA.  Click HERE to see the Sponsorship Brochure.
      





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FEMA is seeking Environmental Floodplain Specialists and Historic Preservation Specialists.  Check out the FEMA/NFIP page on the "Other Agencies" tab.

 NMDHSEM - HAZARD MITIGATION FUNDING INFORMATION
 


    The Conference Committee survey on conferences
 
Members attending the Fall workshop in Elephant Butte filled out a survey about upcoming conferences.  The questions and results are listed in the Membership Survey Results. 



    NMFMA Committees

 

 

Conference Committee

 

Purpose:    To plan and produce semi-annual workshops for New Mexico

                    floodplain managers and others.

Chair:    Loretta Hatch, CFM, Village of Bosque Farms, pzadmin@bosquefarmsnm.gov 

 

Our Conference Committee Page contains important information about past, present, and future conferences.

 
  

GIS Committee   

 

Purpose:    To make GIS more available to NMFMA members

                    and communities throughout the State.

Chair:    Anders Berg Email:anders.berg@aecom.com

 

Our GIS Committee Page contains interesting tidbits from the worlds of GIS and is updated regularly.

 

 

Training and Education Committee

 

Purpose:  To develop training and education opportunities for floodplain managers and others.
 
Chair:    Jim DeAngelo, CFM, jfdeangelo@gmail.com

 

NMFMA is interested in developing more training opportunities for its members.  If you have ideas about training classes that can be given at our conferences/ workshops or as separate training events, please contact us. 

 

 

 


  Purpose of the New Mexico Floodplain Managers Association


1. To promote public awareness of proper floodplain management;
2. To promote the professional status of floodplain management and secure all benefits resulting there from;
3. To promote a liaison between individual concerns with proper floodplain management and to
  encourage the exchange of ideas;
4. To keep individuals concerned with proper floodplain management well informed through education and
  professional seminars and to provide a method for dissemination of information, both general and technical;
5. To inform concerned individuals of pending floodplain legislation and other related management 
  matters, and;
6. To study and support legislation pertinent and necessary to the effective implementation of floodplain
  management matters.