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Press Releases

ST. CROIX, U.S. Virgin Islands – When the power goes out, there can be serious impacts on daily activities.

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CHICAGO –September is National Preparedness Month, and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Region V office in Chicago encourages everyone to take time out of their busy schedules to lear

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PHILADELPHIA - FEMA is proposing updates to the Flood Insurance Rate Map (FIRM) for Pulaski County, Va. Community stakeholders are invited to participate in a 90-day appeal and comment period.

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ORLANDO, Fla. – FEMA has approved a grant of $8,675,991 for the State of Florida to help Orange County defray the cost of removing debris after Hurricane Irma.

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SACRAMENTO, Calif.– When natural disasters occur, it is common to find people who want to take advantage of survivors by posing as official disaster aid workers or as relatives try

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BATON ROUGE, La.  – State and federal officials are encouraging Louisiana residents affected by Hurricane Laura to register for disaster assistance with FEMA as soon as possible.

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WASHINGTON -- FEMA Administrator Pete Gaynor approved Hawaii for a FEMA grant under the Lost Wages Assistance program.

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WASHINGTON -- FEMA Administrator Pete Gaynor approved Minnesota for a FEMA grant under the Lost Wages Assistance program.

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WASHINGTON -- FEMA Administrator Pete Gaynor approved Florida for a FEMA grant under the Lost Wages Assistance program.

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President Donald J. Trump and FEMA Administrator Pete Gaynor toured the disaster areas of Louisiana this afternoon to survey damage caused by Hurricane Laura.

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