Know your flood/evacuation zone has one of the best dynamic evacuation maps with options to toggle on flood zones, evacuation zones, and routes.

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – The interactive map from below is a large file that will take a while to load. It will allow you to zoom in to view your community’s flood zone. Type in your ZIP code to see the flood zone and evacuation routes in that area.

Florida Department of Emergency Management offers this interactive map of Florida that allows you to zoom in to see your neighborhood or type in your address and it will take you directly to your street, but if you go directly to your street, you’ll have to zoom out a click or two to see which zone your home falls within and the nearest evacuation routes -- roads highlighted in pink.

The county-by-county maps listed below -- provided from the counties or state -- are based upon the most up-to-date regional evacuation studies. Please note: there are no designated evacuation zones for many inland counties, including Alachua, Baker, Columbia and Union counties. If an evacuation is ordered, you will be directed to specific information from county emergency officials.

Clay County | Duval County | Flagler County | Nassau County | Putnam County | St. Johns County

Nassau County: To see exactly in which zone your address is in go to the Property Appraiser’s detailed Nassau County Map website, click on “Map Layers” at the top of the page, check the Public Safety box and the Evacuation Zones box in the menu that pops up, then use the “Search By” feature to select “Address” and enter your street address.

St. Johns County residents can search for evacuation zones by simply typing an address at this link.

Putnam County: To see exactly in which zone your address go to this website, click below “Find Your Zone” at the top right of page to enter your address.

Georgia residents can visit to find the flood status of their property.