CRS Program in Kentucky

 

Kentucky’s CRS Program Manager 

To learn more about the CRS, join the CRS or improve your existing CRS classification click here for the CRS Resources pages.

Contact 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 October 2020 there are 36 communities in the CRS.

Community Number

Community Name

Current Class

% Discount for SFHA

 

210022

Augusta, City of

9

5

 

210334

Barren County

9

5

 

210008

Bath County

8

10

 

210156

Berea, City of 

8

10

 

210219

Bowling Green, City of 

7

15

 

210188

Butler, City of

7

15

 

210034

Campbell County 

8

10

 

210062

Daviess County 

8

10

 

210189

Falmouth, City of 

7

15

 

210075

Frankfort, City of 

8

10

 

210280

Franklin County  

8

10

 

210051

Grayson, City of 

9

5

 

210286

Henderson County 

8

10

 

210109

Henderson, City of  

8

10

 

210055

Hopkinsville, City of 

8

10

 

210125

Jessamine County

9

5

 

210067

Lexington – Fayette Urban County 

7

15

 

210120

Louisville – Jefferson County Metro Government

3

35

 

210342

Madison County 

9

5

 

210250

Melbourne, City of 

8

10

 

210039

Newport, City of

9

5

 

210126

Nicholasville, City of 

8

10

 

210063

Owensboro, City of 

8

10

 

210127

Paintsville, City of 

9

5

 

210015

Paris, City of 

8

10

 

210297

Pendleton County

9

5

 

210298

Pike County 

9

5

 

210193

Pikeville, City of 

9

5

 

210366

Radcliff, City of 

8

10

 

210157

Richmond, City of 

8

10

 

210203

Rowan County 

9

5

 

210009

Salt Lick, City of

8

10

 

210040

Silver Grove, City of  

9

5

 

210276

Southgate, City of  

9

5

 

210312

Warren County 

8

10

 

210311

Wilmore, City of

9

5

 

 


Kentucky State Based Credit

Date of Verification: January 1, 2017

The CRS provides credits to communities for certain state laws, regulations, and standards that support floodplain management within a state and have proven effective in reducing flood damage.  This Verification Report is provided to explain the recommendations of Insurance Services Office, Inc. (ISO) to DHS/FEMA concerning state-based credits under the Community Rating System (CRS) within the above state. 

State-based credit is awarded to communities for activities that are implemented and enforced by the State.  The credit is provided to each community in the State and documentation is not needed from the community.  Other potential credit lists the CRS activities where communities may receive CRS credit based on, or due to, state or regional programs that are within the community.  The potential credits must be community verified by the ISO/CRS Specialists within each community, since enforcement is done at the community (or regional) level.

Link to Kentucky State Based Credit