Useful Water resources links


The Drain Commissioner has found the following resources managed by other agencies to be helpful and hopes you find them valuable also.

Floodplains for Ingham County

  1. FEMA Floodplain Maps / FEMA Floodplain Study

  2. FEMA Information for Landowners and Renters

  3. FEMA Floodsmart Website

  4. FEMA National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP)

  5. MDEQ Floodplain Management / Flood Insurance Website

  6. Online Request for Floodplain Elevations (from MDEQ)

  7. Michigan Stormwater Floodplain Association (MSFA)

  8. Association of State Floodplain Managers (ASFPM)

Ingham County Watersheds / Phase II Website


Ingham County Equalization / Tax Parcel Mapping

  1. Equalization Department Property Information Search

  2. Equalization Department Tax Parcel Mapping System

Michigan Office of Shared Solutions

  1. Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ) Wetland Inventory Map

  2. Michigan Department of Natural Resources (MDNR) Land and Mineral Ownership Map

  3. United States Geological Survey (USGS) Quadrangle Maps

  4. School Districts Map

  5. General Land Office (GLO) Plats (from the original government survey of michigan)

Michigan Department of Environmental Quality

  1. Part 201 Site List (releases of a hazardous substance)

  2. Leaking Underground Storage Tank Sites

Michigan Natural Features Inventory (MSU)

  1. Vegetation Circa 1800 Map

  2. MSU Land Cover Change 1800 - 1978 Map

  3. Wetland Change 1800s - 1980s Map

  4. County Element Data

  5. Watershed Element Data

National Pipeline Mapping System

  1. Public Map Viewer

Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) - Surf Your Watershed

  1. Ingham County

  2. Upper Grand Watershed

  3. Huron Watershed

United Stated Geological Survey (USGA)

  1. Groundwater Watch

National Weather Service

  1. Weather Forecast

  2. Precipitation Map

  3. Advanced Hydrologic Prediction Service


“These are but a few of the thousands of resources available to you from different agencies on the internet.

I have found these useful and share them with you in hopes you find them valuable also.”

  Patrick E. Lindemann

ICDC Office