FEMA hosts virtual and in-person events to provide training, assist disaster survivors, share hiring opportunities, and promote other activities related to helping people before, during and after disasters.

There is a 90-day period for the public to make appeals to the proposed Grant County flood maps. Appeals should submitted by Jan. 11, 2023

The Public has a 90-day period to provide appeals for information believed to be scientifically inaccurate on the preliminary flood insurance rate maps developed in partnership with FEMA.

FEMA is seeking public feedback on the Hermit’s Peak Fire Assistance Act. The Act provides $2.5 billion to compensate New Mexicans impacted by the Hermit’s Peak/Calf Canyon Fire.

FEMA is seeking public feedback from state, local, tribal and territorial (SLTT) stakeholders and the general public on how communities use Mitigation funding through the Public Assistance Program.

This course is designed to present information on the risks posed by natural hazards, and the basic scientific and engineering concepts for hazard-resistant buildings and facilities. The course reviews information pertaining to impacts of wind, flood, earthquake, and wildland/urban interface fire on the constructed environment and explains key performance and construction issues related to floods, wind, wildfires, and earthquakes.

The FEMA Civil Rights Summit – 3.0 Back to Basics is designed to foster dialogue and partnerships through direct engagement with FEMA. Presentations and discussion will cover FEMA programs and services, with special emphasis on understanding civil rights concerns within communities.

The FEMA Tender of Service Program will be conducting a virtual Q&A session to assist Transportation Service Providers (TSPs) with onboarding and to answer their questions about the program.

FEMA is hosting a public meeting on Hermit’s Peak/Calf Canyon Fire Assistance Regulations at Mora High School in Mora, New Mexico.

Focuses on contracting actions recipients and subrecipients can take to prepare before a disaster strikes and addressing the procurement rules applicable during these times.

This training is specifically tailored to orient Recipients to the Non-Disaster Grants Management System (ND Grants).

Past Events

FEMA Region 3 Coffee Break Webinars
Working with the right people is a key part of hazard mitigation planning. Colleges and universities have unique data. They can also research topics that are related to mitigation. These topics include changes in development; efforts in mitigation; and the impacts of natural hazards. This webinar will explore how jurisdictions can best work with institutions of higher education as they draft hazard mitigation plans.

Survivors of Hurricane Ian can get free advice on how to rebuild stronger and safer against storms at Walmart in Fort Myers.

FEMA está organizando una reunión pública sobre los Reglamentos de la Oficina de Reclamaciones de Hermit's Peak/Calf Canyon en Old Memorial Middle School en Las Vegas, New Mexico.

FEMA is hosting a public meeting on Hermit’s Peak/Calf Canyon Fire Assistance Regulations at Old Memorial Middle School in Las Vegas, New Mexico.

Introduces the 10 most frequent procurement noncompliance issues as reported by the Office of the Inspector General (OIG) and lists available resources to help avoid these mistakes.
Last updated November 2, 2020