§ 160.05  REGULATORY FLOOD ELEVATION.
   This chapter's protection standard is the regulatory flood.  The best available regulatory flood data is listed below.  Whenever a party disagrees with the best available data, the party submitting the detailed engineering study needs to replace existing data with better data and submit it to the Department of Natural Resources for review and approval.
   (A)   The regulatory flood elevation for each Special Flood Hazard Area delineated as "AH Zone" or "AO Zone" shall be that elevation (or depth) delineated on the Flood Insurance Rate Maps of the City of Vincennes.
   (B)   The regulatory flood elevation for each of the remaining Special Flood Hazard Areas delineated as an "A Zone" on the Flood Insurance Rate Map of the City of Vincennes shall be according to the best data available as provided by the Department of Natural Resources.
   (C)   The regulatory flood elevation and floodway limits for the Special Flood Hazard Areas of those parts of unincorporated Knox County that are within the extraterritorial jurisdiction of the City of Vincennes shall be identified "A Zone" on the 100 year flood profiles in the Flood Insurance Study of Knox County dated August 15, 1984 and the corresponding Flood Boundary and Floodway Maps dated February 15, 1985 prepared by the Federal Emergency Management Agency.
   (D)   If the Special Flood Hazard Area is delineated as "AH Zone" or "AO Zone",  the elevation (or depth) will be delineated on the County Flood Insurance Rate Map.  If the Special Flood Hazard Area is delineated as "A Zone" on the County Flood Insurance Rate Map, the regulatory flood elevation shall be according to the best data available as provided by the Department of Natural Resources.
(Ord. 29-1994, passed 10-24-94; Am. Ord. 1-2003, passed 4-14-03)