I understand some of the properties in the redevelopment area have flooding issues. Do you know if the property I want to buy has flooded?

The City does not necessarily know which properties have flooded over the years and which have not. You should ask the current owner about historical incidents of flooding. You may also find the following websites helpful. (The St. Louis County site is an interactive map which has layers showing 1% Annual Chance, also known as 100-year, and 0.2% Annual Chance, also known as 500-year, regulatory flood zone locations.) 
Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Flood Map Service Center (allows regulatory flood map lookup by address)
St. Louis County (“Special Flood Hazard Areas” and “Other Flood Areas”)

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1. I am interested in buying property in the redevelopment area. Will the City permit me to buy the property?
2. The property I’m interested in buying appears to be needed by the City for its Deer Creek Flood Mitigation Project or the Deer Creek Greenway Connector. Can I still buy it?
3. I understand some of the properties in the redevelopment area have flooding issues. Do you know if the property I want to buy has flooded?
4. Is the property I’m interested in part of the Deer Creek Flood Mitigation Project, the Deer Creek Greenway Connector Project, or the Manchester Road Improvement Project?