Youth Preparedness Council
Each year, FEMA’s Youth Preparedness Council brings together young people to complete disaster preparedness projects nationally and locally, allowing the next generation of emergency managers to support their communities today. The application period is open through March 6.
Approximately 275 public housing complexes representing over 4,600 facilities and structures that suffered damage as a result of Hurricane Maria will be rebuilt with an obligation approved today by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). The federal share of more than $554 million to the Puerto Rico Public Housing Administration (PRPHA) is in addition to another $109 million in disaster funding for the PRPHA.
- Press Release
- January 24, 2022
On the first episode of The USFA Podcast, U.S. Fire Administrator Dr. Lori Moore-Merrell and Deputy U.S. Fire Administrator Tonya Hoover discuss agency programs and their vision for the future.
- January 21, 2022
Disaster survivors from Graves and Spencer counties who are rebuilding and repairing their homes after the Dec. 10 tornadoes and severe storms, can visit Lowe’s or Home Depot stores to get free hazard mitigation advice from FEMA mitigation representatives.
- January 20, 2022
Read our 2022-2026 Strategic Plan, which outlines a bold vision and three ambitious goals to build the FEMA our nation needs and deserves.
- Featured Webpage
- December 9, 2021
Grants to disaster survivors (in billions) in 2021.
Number of hazard mitigation assistance sub-grants awarded in calendar year 2021.
Disaster declarations for states and counties. See the Declarations.
Fire Incidents for states and counties. See the incidents.