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Hurricane tips via text message
Text HURRICANE to 43362 (4FEMA) to receive bi-weekly hurricane safety tips to your mobile phone
Sharing hurricane preparedness
Emergency managers & community leaders: Check out our ready-made toolkit, located under the resources tab, to help your community prepare for hurricanes
FEMA Think Tank
Join the next call on May 28, to discuss how emergency management can adopt a more disaster survivor centric approach in all areas
FY 2013 Preparedness Grants
Guidance is available for eight preparedness grant programs.
Fire Data Challenge
Developers & techies: check out our challenge to visualize fire incident data as part of the National Day of Civic Hacking on June 1 & 2
@J_More_no best way is to call local orgs to know what they need. Here's a list from @okgov t.co/1nhTQJTOIB. Thx for your generosity
@michaelpremo @mcbyrne @optrollbill if folks on ground need coordination w/ FEMA, we can DM details as appropriate. Thx for all your help
Oklahomans: 800-621-3362, or t.co/ERhcbM4hKm, or t.co/IyslAv6EHe for assistance whether you rent or own your home.
Oklahomans:You don't have to be a homeowner to register for FEMA assistance. It's also available to renters. Call 800-621-3362.
"@__ShirMcC__: how long does hurricane season last? " The Atlantic #HurricaneSeason Starts June 1st & runs through Nov 30th