City of Portsmouth Planning Department
Dear Property Owner,
As a result of the City of Portsmouth’s 2013 Coastal Resilience Initiative, Kate Homet, a Fellow within the City’s Planning Department, is surveying the most at-risk historic structures in the community for storm surge and coastal flooding events. This survey will allow our department to get a better understanding of the vulnerabilities affecting the Portsmouth Historic District and ways we can adapt our historic structures for future severe weather events and coastal flooding. The results of this survey will be compiled into a database and used for the creation of a property map detailing structures at risk for groundwater flooding and will support future planning efforts.
Storm Surge and Coastal Flooding Survey Portsmouth, NH
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Email Address:
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Address of Property: *
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When was your home/property first built? *
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Do you live near a body of water? *
If yes, which body of water?
Do you have a basement or cellar in your house or commercial space? *
Is your basement/cellar a...
Is your basement/cellar a finished living space?
What materials make up your basement/cellar walls?
What materials make up your basement/cellar floor?
Which utilities (if any) are located on or near your basement/cellar floor? *
Do you have any of these openings in your basement/cellar?
Do you have a walkout basement with a door to the outside?
Does your basement flood?
If so, what causes flooding in your basement?
Do you have any of these moisture problems?
Do you have a dehumidifier?
Do you have areas of standing water on your property after a rain event?
How many times per year do you have flooding anywhere on or adjacent to your property?
Do you have any of these in your basement/cellar?
Do you have a well (whether or not you use it) on your property?
How often does the Sump-Pump run? (If you have one)
How long have you lived at this property?
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Please describe any other impacts or concerns that you have experienced on your property related to flooding.
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In the future, would you be willing to have a sensor installed in your basement by scientists from UNH that recorded when your sump pump was in operation or how deep the water was in your basement?
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