We offer several ways for you to receive automatic updates on press releases, disaster declarations, our latest blog posts, and information from our partners. Click on the icons next to the sources below to open the data in your preferred format.
If you would like to see the data sources below available in another format, let us know on the Contact Us page.
FEMA Program Data
- Disaster Declarations
- Hurricane Sandy Housing Assistance Data (New York & New Jersey)
- Hurricane Sandy New York Declaration
- Hurricane Sandy New Jersey Declaration
- Hurricane Sandy Connecticut Declaration
- Disaster Declared Counties - National View
- Disaster Declarations Summary
- Disaster Recovery Centers
- Mission Assignments
- Public Assistance Grant Awards Activity
- Disaster Relief Fund
- Hazard Mitigation Program Summary
- Public Assistance Funded Projects Detail
- National Flood Hazard Layer
- Historical Declared Disasters
- Mitigation Best Practices
- Current Flood Maps
- Public Assistance Funded Projects Summary
- Stay Dry
- FEMA Housing Portal
News and Information
- Media Resources and Releases
- FEMA Blog
- FEMA Regional Offices
- FEMA Region 1 News
- FEMA Region 2 News
- FEMA Region 3 News
- FEMA Region 4 News
- FEMA Region 5 News
- FEMA Region 6 News
- FEMA Region 7 News
- FEMA Region 8 News
- FEMA Region 9 News
- FEMA Region 10 News
Multimedia, Resource & Document Library
External Data Sources
- Hurricane Evacuation Routes (HSIP Gold)
- Community Collaborative Rain, Hail and Snow Observations (NOAA)
- Worldwide M1+ Earthquakes, Past 7 Days (USGS)
- Search for American Red Cross Shelters
- For tornado/severe thunderstorm watches, mesoscale discussions, convective outlooks, fire weather outlooks (NOAA)
- For tornado/severe thunderstorm watches and watch status reports only (NOAA)
- For mesoscale discussions only (NOAA)
- For convective outlooks only (NOAA)
- For fire weather forecasts only (NOAA)
- ShakeMap (USGS)
Frequently Asked Questions
- What is RSS ?
RSS stands for "Really Simple Syndication." It is a standard format used to share content on the Internet. Many websites provide RSS "feeds" that describe their latest news and updates.
- How can I use RSS?
You can use RSS to review updates from all of your favorite websites without having to visit each site. Using an RSS reader, you subscribe to the feed from a website, then scan headlines to find articles of interest. If you find an article you like, click the headline to read the complete article. You always have the latest headlines because your RSS reader periodically retrieves the RSS feeds.
- Where can I get an RSS reader?
You can use an online RSS reader, which works from any web browser, or you can download software that runs on your computer. Some RSS readers are free, and some are available for a fee.
FEMA RSS feeds are provided free of charge for commercial/non-commercial use by individuals and organizations.
- Can I display FEMA headlines on my website?
Yes, FEMA headlines may be displayed on your Web site.