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FEMA Region VIII’s Response Division recently met with their state and local counterparts in Utah to inform them on the status of emergency planning for an earthquake along the Wasatch Fault Line.

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The FEMA Procurement Disaster Assistance Team (PDAT) travelled to North Dakota to help ensure potential disaster assistance applicants follow proper procurement requirements when receiving federal

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FEMA Region VIII flood insurance specialist Matt Buddie presents the City of Wheat Ridge, Colorado with a plaque recognizing the community’s work in floodplain management at a March 26 city council

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FEMA created a checklist to help Hurricane Sandy survivors rebuild smarter, stronger and safer so their homes are protected in fu

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When a disaster strikes, volunteers are a vital resource. They represent the compassionate face that brings comfort to disaster survivors and provides for their immediate needs.

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New York survivors of Hurricane Sandy may be eligible for recovery assistance from the Federal Emergency Management Agency, federal partners, the state, local municipalities and voluntary organizat

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If you had losses because of Hurricane Sandy you are encouraged to register for disaster assistance.

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TRENTON, N.J. — Disaster assistance to New Jersey survivors of Superstorm Sandy by the numbers as of May 28:

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Last updated March 6, 2020