CRS Program in Kentucky

 

Kentucky’s CRS Program Manager 

If you would like to know more about the CRS, join the CRS or improve your existing CRS classification you should consider participating in the opportunities.  To learn how click here for the CRS Resources or contact Kentucky’s CRS Program Manager. Christina Groves, CFM, Christina.Groves@verisk.com, CRS Specialist, ISO Community Hazard Mitigation, ISO – Commercial Property, 270.754.3646.

 

What Kentucky Communities are in CRS?

The CRS is a voluntary program for NFIP-participating communities. As of May 2018, there are 33 Kentucky communities that participate in the CRS program.

Congratulations to City of Newport, Pendleton County, City of Falmouth, and the City of Butler for their 2018 Class Rating. 

    • Barren County – Class 9
    • Bath County – Class 8
    • Campbell County – Class 8
    • City of Berea – Class 8
    • City of Bowling Green – Class 7
    • City of Butler – Class 7
    • City of Falmouth – Class 7
    • City of Frankfort – Class 8
    • City of Grayson- Class 9
    • City of Henderson – Class 8
    • City of Melbourne – Class 8
    • City of Newport – Class 9
    • City of Nicholasville- Class 8
    • City of Owensboro- Class 8
    • City of Paintsville- Class 9
    • City of Paris- Class 9
    • City of Pikeville- Class 9
    • City of Radcliff- Class 8
    • City of Richmond – Class 9
    • City of Salt Lick– Class 9
    • City of Silver Grove – Class 9
    • City of Southgate – Class 9
    • City of Woodlawn – Class 9
    • Daviess County – Class 8
    • Franklin County- Class 8
    • Henderson County – Class 8
    • Lexington-Fayette Urban County- Class 7
    • Louisville-Jefferson County Metro Government- Class 3
    • Madison County- Class 9
    • Pendleton County – Class 9
    • Pike County- Class 
    • Rowan County- Class 9
    • Warren County- Class 8