Fact Sheets

Natural disasters such as hurricanes, tropical storms, and nor’easters can cause wind and flood damage to your property. Your National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) policy, as well as your homeowners or commercial property insurance, should work together to cover any sustained damage. You will likely need to file insurance claims with both entities and work with multiple adjusters.

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On September 29, 2022 President Biden signed the Civilian Reservist Emergency Workforce (CREW) Act into law. This act amends the Robert T. Stafford Disaster Relief and Emergency Assistance Act as well as the Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA) to protect full-time employment of FEMA Reservists when they are deployed to disasters and emergencies on behalf of FEMA. It also protects them against penalization, discrimination, or loss of employee benefits as a result of their deployment to disasters, emergencies and critical trainings.  

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SUMMARY NOTICE: The Federal Emergency Management Agency (“FEMA”) intends to pursue procurement of reinsurance for the National Flo

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Residents of Davidson, Williamson and Wilson counties have until July 7 to apply for FEMA disaster assistance if they had losses f

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The Flood Mitigation Assistance (FMA) program makes federal funds available to states, U.S. territories, federally recognized tribal governments, and local communities to reduce or eliminate the risk of repetitive flood damage to buildings and structures insured under the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP). FMA is launching a disaster initiative called Swift Current that will distribute funding in alignment with the survivor experience. FEMA’s intent for the Swift Current Initiative is to explore how to make flood mitigation assistance available within the disaster recovery timeframe, for repetitively flooded and substantially damaged buildings insured under the NFIP, in advance of the annual grant process. This fact sheet provides detailed information on projects eligible under the fiscal year 2022 (FY22) FMA Swift Current program.

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Last updated November 2, 2020