Environmental Protection Overlay District (EPOD) Maps
There are five EPOD maps that identify environmentally-sensitive areas in the Town of Irondequoit. Development may be restricted in these areas if it is found to have a potentially adverse impact on the surrounding environment. Development in all EPODs requires an EPOD Development Permit. Read detailed information contained in the Town’s EPOD regulations. For more information related to EPODs, including mapping and EPOD permit application, please see the documents below:
- Floodplain Map (PDF) (This is not a Flood Insurance Rate Map)
- Federal Wetlands Map (PDF)
- New York State Department of Environmental Conservation Wetlands Map (PDF)
- Steep Slopes Map (PDF)
- Woodlots Map (PDF)
- EPOD Development Permit (PDF)
Flood Insurance Rate Maps (FIRMs)
Current Flood Insurance Rate Maps are not available electronically. They can be viewed at the Planning and Zoning office.
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) recently proposed revisions to the Flood Insurance Rate Maps (FIRMs) for all of Monroe County including the Town of Irondequoit. These new maps are preliminary but are more accurate than the current 1980s vintage maps. Most of Irondequoit remains unaffected, however there are a number of changes throughout the Town.
To view more information about floods and flood insurance, please click here. If you have questions about the revised maps, please call the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation at 518-402-8151.
- Town Street Map
- Waste Pick-Up Quadrant Map (PDF)
- Town Census Tract Map