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FEMA Region 10 office, located in Bothell, Washington oversees federal emergency management for 271 Tribal Nations and the following states:

Environmental Planning and Historic Preservation

Potential impacts to the environment and cultural resources must be considered when a community applies for FEMA funding through Public AssistanceHazard Mitigation Assistance and Preparedness Grants.

Risk Mapping, Assessment and Planning (Risk MAP)

Risk Mapping, Assessment and Planning (Risk MAP) is a national FEMA program that works with states, tribes, territories and local communities to evaluate and better understand their current flood risk, as well as the actions that can be taken to mitigate and become more resilient against future risk.

NFIP Community Rating System

FEMA’s National Flood Insurance Program Community Rating System (CRS) is an incentive program that rewards communities for their actions to reduce flood risk through discounted insurance rates.

Portland, Oregon, residents now save 25% in flood insurance premiums — an average $365 per policy in the Special Flood Hazard Area — as a result of Portland’s continued focus on floodplain management and flood risk reduction.

Portland, Oregon Lowers Flood Risk & Insurance Rates

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Mitigation Guides

View guides highlighting the plethora of topics related to work being done with Region 10 mitigation.

Guides to Expanding Mitigation

Mitigation Funding Opportunity Guides

Seismic Mitigation Showcase Guides

Leadership

Willie Nunn

Willie G. Nunn
Regional Administrator

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Vincent J. Maykovich standing in front of a flag

Vincent J. Maykovich
Deputy Regional Administrator  

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Regional News and Information

Anchorage, Alaska –If you experienced damage from recent severe storms, flooding and landslides, flood insurance may be an option to prepare for future storms.
illustration of page of paper Press Release | November 1, 2022
BOTHELL, Wash. – If you do not carry National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) insurance, now is the time to buy it. Wildfire season is slowing down, and once the fires are out, people and communities are at risk for another threat, flooding. Wildfires leave the ground charred and unable to absorb water. This creates a flash flooding potential for years to come, even in areas that rarely experienced flooding in the past. Sometimes these flash floods can pick up ash and large debris, turning into mudflows that are highly destructive.
illustration of page of paper Press Release | October 27, 2022
The Field Leadership Directorate, within the Office of Response and Recovery at FEMA, is searching for experienced disaster management leaders for the launch of a new National Incident Management Assistance Team (IMAT) focused on Homeland Security Incidents. This team will be tasked with responding to incidents that fall outside of the authorities of the Stafford Act but require a coordinated federal or DHS response.
illustration of page of paper Fact Sheets | November 4, 2022
Survivors in the Regional Educational Attendance Areas (REAAs) of Bering Strait, Kashunamiut, Lower Kuskokwim and Lower Yukon affected by the September severe storm, flooding and landslides may be referred to the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) to apply for a low-interest disaster loan before receiving a Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) determination letter. It is important to submit an SBA loan application as soon as possible to continue forward with your FEMA application.
illustration of page of paper Fact Sheets | October 25, 2022
Survivors in the Regional Educational Attendance Areas (REAAs) of Bering Strait, Kashunamiut, Lower Kuskokwim and Lower Yukon affected by the September severe storm, flooding and landslides who received a determination letter from FEMA should make sure to read it carefully. If you received a letter stating you are ineligible for assistance or “no decision” can be made at this time, it may be for a simple matter, such as missing information from your application.
illustration of page of paper Fact Sheets | October 24, 2022
Last updated July 19, 2022

Past Events



Housing Inspections (graphic shows a FEMA employee in front of a damaged house)
Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Housing Inspectors will be in Kipnuk and Kotlik on Monday, Oct. 10, and Toksook Bay and Koyuk on Tuesday, Oct. 11 to help survivors register for FEMA assistance and perform housing inspections for applicants who experienced damage from the Sept. 15 - 20 severe storms, flooding and landslides.


Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Housing Inspectors will be in Napakiak and Napaskiak on Friday, Oct. 7, Hooper Bay Saturday, Oct. 8 and Nome Friday, Oct. 7 through Saturday, Oct. 8 to help survivors register for FEMA assistance and perform housing inspections for applicants who experienced damage from the Sept. 15 - 20 severe storms, flooding and landslides.

Housing inspections. (Graphic shows FEMA employee standing in front of house.)
Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Housing Inspectors will be in Chevak on Thursday, Oct. 6 to help survivors register for FEMA assistance and perform housing inspections for applicants who experienced damage from the Sept. 15 - 20 severe storms, flooding and landslides.


Housing Inspections (graphic shows a FEMA employee in front of a damaged house)
Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Housing Inspectors will be in Stebbins on October 3, Chefornak on October 4, and Golovin on October 4 and October 5 to help survivors register for FEMA assistance and perform housing inspections for applicants who experienced damage from the Sept. 15 - 20 severe storms, flooding and landslides.


Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Housing Inspectors will be in Hooper Bay on October 2 and October 3 to help survivors register for FEMA assistance and perform housing inspections for applicants who experienced damage from the Sept. 15 - 20 severe storms, flooding and landslides.