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FEMA Mobile App

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Get it on Google Play. You can also download the app via text messaging on an Android device: Text ANDROID to 43362 (4FEMA)

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Download on the Apple App Store. You can also download the app via text messaging on an Apple Device: Text APPLE to 43362 (4FEMA)

If you use text messaging, standard message and data rates apply. Learn more about our text messages.

Features in the App

  • Receive real-time alerts from the National Weather Service for up to five locations nationwide.
  • Share real-time notifications with loved ones via text, email and social media
  • Learn emergency safety tips for over 20 types of disasters, including fires, flooding, hurricanes, snowstorms, tornadoes, volcanoes and more.
  • Locate open emergency shelters and disaster recovery centers in your area where you can talk to a FEMA representative in person.
  • Prepare for diasters with a customizable emergency kit checklist, emergency family plan, and reminders.
  • Connect with FEMA to register for disaster assistance online.
  • Toggle between English and Spanish.
  • Follow the FEMA blog to learn about the work FEMA does across the United States.

Promotional Toolkit

The FEMA App Social Media Toolkit includes talking points, graphics, and other promotional materials.

Last updated August 3, 2020