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No. Only government entities can own flood buyout properties.
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We currently maintain 746,657 square feet of space over 17 buildings. While we do not directly oversee the building and operations at the Family Arena, County Parks or Highway Maintenance sites, Facilities Management provides assistance as needed. The department also provides project management services to all County departments when requested.
You can search for available properties here. You may search by the Assessor account number or street address. If the property is available, it will be highlighted red; all leased properties are highlighted green. For more information or to request to lease a property, call 636-949-3034 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Flood plain leases are renewed during the last 45 days of the year the lease terminates. Most leases are renewed before the beginning of the new calendar year or term, but many renewal processes may continue after the new year. The current lessee has the option to lease the property if another party is interested. Please note that adjacent property owners have first right of refusal to lease the property.
The lease term is based on the amount of property leased. All leases include the full parcel, which may be a single lot or multiple lots that adjoin. If the parcel is 1 acre or less, the annual lease rate is $10 per year. If the parcel is greater than an acre, the annual lease rate is $20 per year. Properties may be leased for 1- or 5-year terms. The 5-year term includes 1 year free.
Any citizen can lease a flood plain property regardless of County residency status. Please note that adjacent property owners have first right of refusal to lease the property. New flood plain leases can begin anytime during the year for the same annual rate.