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Alberto Storm

With this storm system, remember to: follow the directions of local officials, don’t drive around barricades, and update your Android or Apple device with the latest version of the FEMA App.

Hawaii Volcano Activity

Stay up-to-date with current updates and news from local officials and visit Ready.gov for safety tips.

Hurricane Maria

Puerto Rico: the deadline to apply for assistance has been extended to 6/18/18. U.S. Virgin Islands: no longer accepting applications as of 01/08/18. Apply online or at a disaster recovery center.

The FEMA Podcast

Subscribe and listen to our latest seven episodes that include topics on earthquake preparedness, virtual reality, and the 1977 Minnesota flooding.

2018 Grant Notice of Funding

We released 8 preparedness grant programs totaling more than $1.6 billion, these programs provide funding to state, local, tribal, and territorial governments.

Living Through Hurricane Maria

Hurricane Maria changed the lives of many when it hit Puerto Rico in September 2017. Four survivors, now FEMA local hires, share their stories on how Hurricane Maria impacted their lives, and how they are making a difference in their community every day.

Strategic Plan

We invite all of our stakeholders and partners to read the new Strategic Plan; and A New Vision for Emergency Management.

Natural Hazard Mitigation Saves: 2017 Interim Report

The 2017 Interim Report studies several hazard categories including riverine flood, hurricane surge, wind, earthquake, and Wildland-Urban Interface Fire.