About KAMM

KAMM Overview

The Kentucky Association of Mitigation Managers (KAMM) was formed in order to promote natural hazard mitigation and management in Kentucky. Our members represent local, state and federal officials, floodplain coordinators, planning and zoning officials, engineers, surveyors, GIS specialists, hydrologists, public safety and emergency managers.

KAMM is a non-profit 501 (c) (3) as of October 21, 2016.

Link to KAMM Association and Board Info for detailed list of our Board members.


Purpose of KAMM

To provide a forum for floodplain coordinators, emergency and mitigation managers, engineers, code enforcement officials and surveyors;

  • To gain knowledge and network on issues pertinent to floodplain management, mitigation, and disaster recovery;
  • To promote public awareness of floodplain and stormwater management and mitigation;
  • To promote the professional status of floodplain, stormwater, and emergency management and mitigation and to secure all benefits resulting therefrom;
  • To enhance cooperation and to exchange information among various related private and non-profit organizations; individuals; and local, state and federal agencies;
  • To inform individuals concerned with floodplain, stormwater, and emergency management and mitigation through educational and professional seminars and to provide a method for dissemination of information, both general and technical;
  • To inform concerned individuals of pending floodplain, stormwater, and emergency management and mitigation legislation and other hazard related matters;
  • To study and support legislation pertinent and necessary to the effective implementation of floodplain and stormwater management and mitigation regulations.


Time to Renew KAMM Membership for 2024!

Membership is based on the calendar year.  $25 for membership!

Join KAMMlink here.

KAMM Events Code of Conduct

Kentucky Vulnerable to Multi-hazards

  • Dam Failure
  • Drought
  • Earthquake
  • Extreme Temperature
  • Flood
  • Hail Storm
  • Karst/Sinkhole
  • Mine/Land Subsidence
  • Landslide
  • Severe Storm
  • Severe Winter Storm
  • Tornado
  • Forest Fire


KAMM Board Info

Link to KAMM Association and Board Info for detailed list of our Board members.

KAMM’s Four Regions – Find your region by linking to the KAMM regions.




KAMM a Chapter of ASFPM

KAMM is a Chapter Member of the Association of State Floodplain Managers (ASFPM) (www.floods.org).

Link to the KAMM’s Charter as a new association.


ASFPM Certified Floodplain Manager (CFM) Program Information

The ASFPM has established a national program for certifying floodplain managers. This program recognizes continuing education and professional development that enhances the knowledge and performance of local, state, federal, and private-sector floodplain management professionals.

The role of the nation’s floodplain managers is expanding due to increases in disaster losses, the emphasis on mitigation to alleviate the cycle of damage-rebuild-damage, and a recognized need for professionals to adequately address these issues. This certification program will lay the foundation for ensuring that highly qualified individuals are available to meet the challenge of breaking the damage cycle and stopping its negative drain on the nation’s human, financial, and natural resources.


CFM Digital Exam

If you’re looking to become a Certified Floodplain Manager, ASFPM is now providing exam candidates with the convenience and flexibility of an online exam.

Whether taken at a testing center or through the secure online remote proctoring service, the new online format means you can take the national CFM® exam when and where it’s convenient for you, as soon as you are ready.

Benefits of the CFM digital exam

  • Convenience: Take the exam at any of the Scantron testing centers or take it from your home or office with remote proctoring.
  • Flexibility: Take the exam on your schedule, not ours. 
  • Immediate results: You’ll receive your score as soon as you complete the exam. No more waiting for weeks to find out if you passed. 
  • Usability: The best testing technology platform means a better testing experience. The platform is simple to navigate and allows you to flag questions you are unsure of and easily revisit them at the end.  
  • Security: A high-stakes professional exam demands security to protect its integrity and reputation. The online exam does just that.  

Ready to get started?  Learn more about scheduling your digital exam here.


Learn More about the CFM Program:  link to ASFPM’s website at www.floods.org.

Have a question about the CFM Program? Contact ASFPM at cfm@floods.org.








Mitigation Matters!  

Have questions? Contact us at help@kymitigation.org.

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KAMM is a non-profit 501 (c) (3)