The Stones River Watershed is located in Middle Tennessee and includes parts of Cannon, Davidson, Rutherford and Wilson Counties. The Stones River Watershed is approximately 921 square miles and drains to the Cumberland River.
Portions of this watershed were recently restudied by FEMA but were put on a brief pause, at the federal level, during COVID-19. However, this watershed project has since resumed as of Spring 2021. This will impact flood insurance requirements and premium payments for a portion of residents in the City of Mt. Juliet as well as other communities within this watershed. Some of the deciding factors will depend on your new (proposed) flood zone and new stated base flood elevation as it relates to the elevation of your structure. Please utilize the below PDF's to view the preliminary Flood Insurance Rate Maps (FIRM) of the Stones River Watershed. Additionally, a current FEMA FIRM address search link has also been provided for comparison purposes to show the current floodplain zones with proposed FEMA FIRM panels. The proposed FEMA panels will only impact the Stones River Watershed and will not impact all areas of the City of Mt. Juliet.
Note: The City of Mt. Juliet is not in charge of any final determinations of map revisions or in charge of calculating new insurance premiums. Please consult your local insurance agent or a FEMA map specialist directly for all other information.