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  • Central Oregon Wildfire Mitigation Project Deschutes County, Oregon FEMA-PDMC-PJ-10-OR-2010-001 December 9, 2014

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    Assessment Central Oregon Wildfire Mitigation Project Deschutes County, Oregon FEMA-PDMC-PJ-10-OR-2010-001 December 9, 2014///Deschutes County, OR, has applied for fiscal year 2010 funding under the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Pre-Disaster Mitigation (PDM) grant program for financial assistance for the Central Oregon Wildfire Mitigation Project in Deschutes County (County) (Proposed Action)./The Proposed Action targets the communities of Black Butte Ranch, Central Oregon Irrigation District (COID) Brookswood, DBLT Whychus Creek/Squaw Creek Estates, Deschutes River Woods, DRRH6, Lane Knolls, Panoramic Estates, Skyliners, TNC Stevens Canyon, and Tollgate. “Community” refers to the area surrounding and the residents who live near a natural feature (e.g., Black Butte Ranch) or manmade feature (e.g., COID Brookswood). The 10 communities are all in Deschutes County and are referred to collectively as the project area./This Draft EA has been prepared to analyze the potential consequences to the natural and human environment associated with the Proposed Action, the No Action Alternative, and other potential alternatives per the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) (42 United States Code [USC] 55 parts 4321 et seq., 2000), the President’s Council on Environmental Quality (CEQ) implementing regulations (40 Code of Federal Regulations [CFR] 30 parts 1500 et seq., 2004), and 44 CFR Emergency Management and Assistance Ch. I Part 10.

  • Resolve To Be Ready 2015 Graphics

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    Zip file containing the graphics for Resolve to Be Ready 2015 campaign

  • 12/12/2014 FEMA Individual and Community Preparedness Division eBrief

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    12/12/2014 FEMA Individual and Community Preparedness Division eBrief

  • PDA Report Denial - UT.pdf

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    Report mandated by Congress on Preliminary Damage Assessment (PDA) information for the Utah, November 3, 2014, Denial for Severe Storms and Flooding.

  • FEMA P-1020, Tornado: Moore, Oklahoma, May 20, 2013 (2014)

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    This formal observation report presents the observations, conclusions, and recommendations in response to field investigations conducted after the EF-5 tornado that impacted Moore, Oklahoma, on May 20, 2013. The post-storm investigation team focused its efforts on safe rooms and storm shelters in the path of the tornado in order to analyze their performance, functionality, and use. 

  • Central Oregon Wildfire Mitigation Project Klamath County, Oregon FEMA-PDMC-PJ-10-OR-2010-001 December 4, 2014

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    Central Oregon Wildfire Mitigation Project Klamath County, Oregon FEMA-PDMC-PJ-10-OR-2010-001 December 4, 2014///Klamath County, OR, has applied for fiscal year 2010 funding under the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Pre-Disaster Mitigation (PDM) grant program for financial assistance for the Central Oregon Wildfire Mitigation Project in Klamath County (County) in southern Oregon (Proposed Action). The Proposed Action targets the communities of Bly Mountain, Chiloquin, Crescent Lake, Keno, and Scott Creek. “Community” refers to the area surrounding and the residents who live near a natural feature (e.g., Scott Creek) or manmade feature (e.g., Keno). The five communities are all in Klamath County and are referred to collectively as the project area./This Draft EA has been prepared to analyze the potential consequences to the natural and human environment associated with the Proposed Action, the No Action Alternative, and other potential alternatives per the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) (42 United States Code [USC] 55 parts 4321 et seq., 2000), the President’s Council on Environmental Quality (CEQ) implementing regulations (40 Code of Federal Regulations [CFR] 30 parts 1500 et seq., 2004), and 44 CFR Emergency Management and Assistance Ch. I Part 10.

  • CERT and Citizen Corps Showcase Webinar PDF

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    CERT and Citizen Corps Showcase Webinar PDF

  • December 2014 CERT E-Brief

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    December 2014 Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) E-Brief - Volume 1, Issue 3

  • November 2014 - Assistance to Firefighters Grant Program eBlast

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    Eblasts sent out December 2014

  • 2015 National Seasonal Preparedness Messaging Calendar

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    Ready campaign’s 2015 national preparedness messaging calendar

  • 12/04/2014 Individual and Community Preparedness Division eBrief

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    12/04/2014 Individual and Community Preparedness Division eBrief

  • Southern University of New Orleans Park Campus construction of five buildings, New Orleans LA DR-1603-LA December 2014

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    Southern University of New Orleans Park Campus Construction of Five (5) Buildings New Orleans, LA DR-1603-LA December 2014///Hurricane Katrina, a Category three (3) hurricane with a storm surge above normal high tide levels, moved across the Louisiana, Mississippi, and Alabama Gulf Coasts on August 29, 2005. Maximum sustained winds at landfall were estimated at 140 miles per hour. President George W. Bush declared a major disaster for the state of Louisiana due to damages from Hurricane Katrina and signed a disaster declaration (FEMA-1603-DR-LA) on August 29, 2005, authorizing the Department of Homeland Security’s Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to provide federal assistance in designated areas of Louisiana. FEMA is administering this disaster assistance pursuant to the Robert T. Stafford Disaster Relief and Emergency Assistance Act (Stafford Act), PL 93-288, as amended. Section 406 of the Stafford Act authorizes FEMA’s Public Assistance (PA) Program to repair, restore, and replace state and local government and certain private nonprofit facilities damaged as a result of the declared event./This Draft EA has been prepared to analyze the potential consequences to the natural and human environment associated with the Proposed Action, the No Action Alternative, and other potential alternatives per the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) (42 United States Code [USC] 55 parts 4321 et seq., 2000), the President’s Council on Environmental Quality (CEQ) implementing regulations (40 Code of Federal Regulations [CFR] 30 parts 1500 et seq., 2004), and 44 CFR Emergency Management and Assistance Ch. I Part 10.

  • Flood Resistant Provisions of the 2015 International Codes (2014)

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    This document is a compilation of flood resistant provisions, prepared by FEMA, of the 2015 International Codes (IBC and  IRC). Also included, as a separate document, is a summary of changes from the 2012 I-Codes. The 2015 edition of the I-Codes contains provisions that are consistent with the minimum flood-resistant design and construction requirements of the NFIP for buildings and structures.

    Excerpts from the remaining I-Codes will be posted by the end of 2014.

  • 11/28/2014 FEMA Individual Community Preparedness Division eBrief

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    11/28/2014 FEMA ICPD eBrief

  • Bethel Recreation Facility 115 Pleasant St, Bethel, VT DR 4022 VT November 22, 2014

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    Bethel Recreation Facility 115 Pleasant St, Bethel, VT DR 4022 VT November 22, 2014

    The Town of Bethel, Vermont has applied through the VT Division of Emergency Management & Homeland Security (DEMHS) to the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) for funding assistance. In accordance with 44 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) for FEMA, Subpart B, Agency Implementing Procedures, Part 10.9, this Environmental Assessment (EA) is being prepared pursuant to Section 102 of the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) of 1969, as implemented by the regulations promulgated by the President’s Council on Environmental Quality (CEQ); 40 CFR Parts 1500-1508. The purpose of the EA is to analyze the potential environmental impacts of the proposed alternatives, and to determine whether to prepare an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) or a Finding of No Significant Impact (FONSI).

    This Final EA has been prepared to analyze the potential consequences to the natural and human environment associated with the Proposed Action, the No Action Alternative, and other potential alternatives per the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) (42 United States Code [USC] 55 parts 4321 et seq., 2000), the President’s Council on Environmental Quality (CEQ) implementing regulations (40 Code of Federal Regulations [CFR] 30 parts 1500 et seq., 2004), and 44 CFR Emergency Management and Assistance Ch. I Part 10.

  • Technical Mapping Advisory Council Meeting Summary Notes

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    This container includes Chair-certified, FACA and 508-Compliant Technical Mapping Advisory Council (TMAC) meeting summary notes from the public meeting of the TMAC.

  • NFIP/CRS Update, October-November 2014

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    NFIP/CRS Update is a publication of the National Flood Insurance Program's Community Rating System (CRS). Among some of the articles in this edition are:

    - Higher Floodplain Management Standards Promoted on expanded FEMA Website
    - New ISO/CRS Specialist
    - Your Repetitive Loss Team
    - CRS Task Force Meets

  • East Bay Hills Final Environmental Impact Statement

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    The Department of Homeland Security’s Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has released its final environmental impact statement (EIS) on pending grant applications totaling $5.6 million to fund proposed hazardous fire risk reduction projects in the San Francisco Bay Area.  The EIS evaluates the potential environmental effects of  proposed vegetation management projects designed to reduce wildfire risk are implemented in the East Bay Hills of Alameda and Contra Costa counties and at the Miller/Knox Regional Shoreline in Contra Costa County.  The final EIS is being published in the Federal Register and will be filed with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

  • State of Louisiana, Office of Facility Planning and Control Northshore Technical Community College St. Tammany Parish, Louisiana

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    State of Louisiana, Office of Facility Planning and Control Northshore Technical Community College St. Tammany Parish, Louisiana

    Northshore Technical Community College (NTCC) was formerly located at 1000 Canulette Road, Slidell, Louisiana 70458. The campus facility is owned by the State of Louisiana, Office of Facility Planning and Control (FP&C) and is not presently in use, having been made safe and secure after Hurricane Katrina. NTCC, the tenant of FP&C, has determined that their needs would best be served by moving this facility to a new location. With FP&C’s concurrence, NTCC proposes to relocate to a 12.6-acre site within a currently undeveloped 41-acre tract owned by St. Tammany Parish. The new NTCC campus would consist of a 22,800 square-foot, single story building housing the functions that were distributed among the various buildings of the former Slidell location. There also would be parking as required by St. Tammany Parish Code. No change in function is proposed. The new facility would be sited at 65726 Highway 434, Lacombe, Louisiana 70445. An additional 185-acre tract located across Highway 434 from the project area would be acquired by St. Tammany Parish to accommodate stormwater detention. Only the NTCC project budget is being funded by FEMA.

    This Public Notice has been prepared to analyze the potential consequences to the natural and human environment associated with the Proposed Action, the No Action Alternative, and other potential alternatives per the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) (42 United States Code [USC] 55 parts 4321 et seq., 2000), the President’s Council on Environmental Quality (CEQ) implementing regulations (40 Code of Federal Regulations [CFR] 30 parts 1500 et seq., 2004), and 44 CFR Emergency Management and Assistance Ch. I Part 10.

  • 11/24/2014 FEMA ICPD eBrief

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    11/24/2014 FEMA ICPD eBrief

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