Updating disaster map
Press "Enter" or select the magnifying glass to search.
You can click and drag the icon to the location you would like to see at street level.You can use the Map to determine and document your eligibility for the Historically Underutilized Business Zones (HUBZone) Program run by the Small Business Administration (SBA).For a more detailed explanation of the HUBZone Program and the eligibility criteria, see the general HUBZone Program information section.If you allow your web browser to use your current location, you will be able to determine if you are inside a Qualified HUBZone.Selecting "Allow" or "Allow Location Access" will enable the location feature of your browser.With HERE Map Creator, you can edit your own real-life experience of your surroundings directly into HERE Maps.You can add or update roads, routes, places and house numbers to bring accuracy and context to the digital world.When you start to type the address into the search bar, suggestions might appear.You can select any of the suggested addresses or continue entering the address.To determine the eligibility of a business or residence, follow these steps: After you find the address for your business or residence (see Determining Eligibility), select the Printable Version button to create a PDF copy of the map. Check to make sure that the PDF shows the exact street address for the business or residence (generic searches like "Greenville, SC" don't count).This address must match the address on your proof of residency/ownership document. You can send these PDF copies to the SBA with your HUBZone application through the HUBZone Certification Tracking System (HCTS) https://gov/ You can search for an address or a GPS coordinate on the Map using the search bar.