Collection: Arizona Severe Winter Storms & Flooding
Videos/photos from the Arizona Severe Winter Storms & Flooding (DR-1888) declared on 03/18/2010
- Collection Created:
- September 20, 2013
Video by Johannes WebbFCO Mark Neveau and SCO Lou Trammell for Arizona's declared disaster of January 18th - 22nd (DR-1888) emphasize the role of partnership and training in disaster response and recovery.
Photo by Hans WebbKykotsmovi, Ariz., April 27, 2010 -- Yolanda Baca from the Village of Lower Moencopi works with FEMA specialists Tom Miller (l.) and Jerry Probst on the Hopi multi-hazard mitigation plan. Completion of the plan enables the Hopi Tribe to be eligible for federal aid to repair and rebuild infrastructure damaged by the severe winter storms. Hans Webb/FEMA
Photo by Hans WebbSacaton, Ariz., April 7, 2010 -- Pete Peterson (left), FEMA deputy public assistance group supervisor, reviews a list of recovery projects with Tim Sanders, emergency operations coordinator for the Gila River Indian Community, at a FEMA Public Assistance kick-off meeting. January storms caused damages on tribal lands. Hans Webb/FEMA.
Photo by Hans WebbWindow Rock, Ariz., April 20, 2010 -- FEMA Public Assistance Coordinator Janice Fulton listens to Henry Hudson of the Fort Defiance Local Governance Service Center at the Navajo Nation applicant?s briefing and kick-off meeting. Because of severe winter storms, more than 100 Navajo chapter officials attended the meeting that initiated the disaster assistance process. Hans Webb/FEMA.
Photo by Hans WebbPhoenix, Ariz., April 6, 2010 -- FEMA Federal Coordinating Office Mark Neveau (l.) and FEMA Tribal Liaison Richard Flores (r.) meet with Joe Delgado police chief of the Tohono O?odham Nation at the Joint Field Office. The Nation is one of six Arizona tribes that received a major federal disaster declaration on March 18, 2010 because of severe winter storms and flooding. Hans Webb/FEMA.
Video by Johannes WebbVideo of "Blue Corn Planting Ceremony," an annual tribal event hosted by the Hopi Cultural Center for the Hopi Children, to which FEMA disaster assistance employees were invited and participated in, along with other adults from the tribe and the Hopi children themselves. The Hopi Cultural Center was damaged during the recent winter storms in Arizona.