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October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month; a month to ensure all Americans are safer and more secure online.

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The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) hereby gives notice to the public of its intent to reimburse eligible applicants for eligible damages caused by Hurricane Dorian occurring September 1

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The resources on this page provide risk reduction, disaster recovery and flood insurance information to those interested in learning how to prepare for future flooding and wind events.

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It only takes one storm, one flash flood, or one inch of water to cause significant damage to a home or business.

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National Preparedness Month is every September when we focus on preparing ourselves, our families, and our communities for the disasters and emergencies that can happen where we live, work, and vis

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As the storm track and severity of Hurricane Dorian changes, it’s important for those in its forecasted path to stay alert to the dangers it could bring. 

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Oklahoma City, OK – As Oklahomans rebuild and repair their homes and businesses damaged by the storms and flooding that occurred from May 7 through June 9, FEMA mitigation experts

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Every year, FEMA and the United States Coast Guard meet to discuss the past year’s hurricane response efforts and to plan for future storms.

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Last updated Mar 6, 2020

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