I AM FEMA
Meet FEMA’s Region 8 Program Analyst Ashley Nguyen. "In order to come here, work for the federal government, and see the changes I get to make, it made me realize that my parents sacrificed so much to give me all of the advancements that America has to offer."
National Dam Safety Awareness Day seeks to encourage and promote individual and community responsibility and best practices for dam safety, as well as what steps can be taken to prevent catastrophic dam failures. The theme for National Dam Safety Awareness Day 2022 on May 31, is, "Dam Safety is a shared responsibility. Know your risk, know your role, know the benefits of dams and take action."
- May 31, 2022
FEMA is expediting mitigation grant selections and assistance to help states, local communities, tribes and territories enhance disaster resiliency sooner.
- Press Release
- May 23, 2022
Biden-Harris Administration Announces $33 Million in FEMA Funding Opportunities for Dam Safety, Applications Open May 16
FEMA Administrator Deanne Criswell announced the Biden Administration through FEMA will commit $33 million for two funding opportunities to enhance dam safety efforts across the nation, including $15 million from the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law.
- Press Release
- May 16, 2022
We continue to work with federal, state, local, tribal and community partners to support the ongoing response for the New Mexico Wildfires. This page offers answers to frequently asked questions and rumors about New Mexico Wildfires (DR-4652).
- Featured Webpage
- May 15, 2022
Grants to disaster survivors (in millions) so far in 2022.
Number of hazard mitigation assistance sub-grants awarded so far in 2022.
Disaster declarations for states and counties. See the Declarations.
Fire Incidents for states and counties. See the incidents.