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FEMA Region 6 office, located in Denton, TX, partners with federal emergency management for 68 Tribal Nations and the following states.


Visit the state's page for localized content, such as disaster recovery centers, flood maps, fact sheets, jobs and other resources.


Tony Robinson

Region 6 Administrator

Moises Dugan

Region 6 Deputy Administrator

Region 6 Resources

Use the search filters below to browse content tailored to help Region 6 prepare for, respond to and recover from disasters.

Base Level Engineering Tools and Resources

Base Level Engineering (BLE) produces datasets that can assist communities in the local review and management of their floodplains. You can access BLE data available, free-of-charge, on the interactive on-line portal, known as the Estimated Base Flood Elevation (estBFE) Viewer.

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Determining Available Flood Hazard Information

The Available Flood Hazard Information (AFHI) tables are produced quarterly and may be issued intermediately in response to a Federal Disaster Declaration. AFHI tables allow access to all available flood hazard information within the FEMA flood mapping program.

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Environmental Requirements to Apply for FEMA Funding

When a community applies for FEMA funding — such as Public Assistance, Hazard Mitigation Assistance or Preparedness Grants — potential impacts to the environment and cultural resources must be considered.

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NOTE: Environmental requirements do not apply to individuals and families applying for assistance.

Find Your Flood 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.

Flood Risk "Open Houses"

Updating flood maps can be a multi-year effort and providing community review of the maps before they go effective is an important part of the process.

FEMA works with communities to provide information and resources online to view the preliminary flood insurance rate maps. It’s important for property owners to understand options if they need to consider flood insurance, or if they disagree with the maps.

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Visit the Community Members' Guide to Initiating Map Revisions to see our online resources, as well as upcoming dates for in-person and online Flood Risk "Open Houses," which are opportunities to ask FEMA your flood risk questions.

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Oscar Martinez

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Regional News and Information

You can claim compensation for a wide variety of losses caused by the Hermit’s Peak/Calf Canyon fire and subsequent flooding. The information provided below provides some examples of losses that can be claimed. This is not an exhaustive list and claimants should direct questions on eligible losses to their Claims Navigator.
illustration of page of paper Fact Sheets | Published: March 29, 2023
Hermit’s Peak/Calf Canyon Claims Navigators will begin calling claimants who have already submitted their Notice of Loss (NOL) form. Claims Navigators will offer claimants the opportunity to discuss questions or concerns relating to their claim and make appointments to meet in person. Anyone who submits a NOL by today will be contacted by the end of April; those who submit an NOL after today will be contacted within 30 days of submitting their NOL.
illustration of page of paper Press Release | Published: March 27, 2023
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The DHS Center for Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships, Federal Emergency Management Agency, and Out for Sustainability (Out4S) are co-hosting a roundtable with private nonprofits, emergency managers, local and state governments, faith-based organizations, and other stakeholders that work in disaster preparedness and relief.
illustration of a calendar FEMA Event | Published: March 27, 2023
Hermit’s Peak/Calf Canyon Claims Office Navigators work with claimants to help them understand and navigate the Claims Process. After you submit a Notice of Loss form, your Claims Navigator will contact you. They will answer questions and guide you through the entire process, including submission of paperwork to include with your Proof of Loss form.
illustration of page of paper Fact Sheets | Published: March 22, 2023
New flood maps have been finalized and will become effective on Sept. 21, 2023, for Johnson County, Texas. During the next six months, a FEMA compliance specialist will work with the community to update each floodplain ordinance and adopt these new flood maps.
illustration of page of paper Press Release | Published: March 21, 2023
Last updated January 10, 2023