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Disaster Federal Register Notice
The purpose of mitigation planning is for state, local, and tribal governments to identify the natural hazards that affect them and develop a mitigation strategy to reduce potential losses from these hazards. Many communities, especially those with limited capacity, struggle to develop and evaluate meaningful mitigation strategies that match their capability and resources to carry out.
Case Study
The purpose of mitigation planning is for state, local, and tribal governments to identify the natural hazards that affect them and develop a mitigation strategy to reduce potential losses from these hazards. Many communities, especially those with limited capacity, struggle to develop and evaluate meaningful mitigation strategies that match their capability and resources to carry out.
Case Study
The purpose of mitigation planning is for state, local, and tribal governments to identify the natural hazards that affect them and develop a mitigation strategy to reduce potential losses from these hazards. Many communities, especially those with limited capacity, struggle to develop and evaluate meaningful mitigation strategies that match their capability and resources to carry out.
Case Study

FEMA has provided more than $33 million to help Iowa communities recover from the derecho that struck the state on August 10, 2

Fact Sheets

FEMA has provided more than $33 million to help Iowa communities recover from the derecho that struck the state on August 10, 2

Fact Sheets

FEMA has provided more than $33 million to help Iowa communities recover from the derecho that struck the state on August 10, 2

Fact Sheets

FEMA has provided more than $33 million to help Iowa communities recover from the derecho that struck the state on August 10, 2

Fact Sheets
Disaster Federal Register Notice
Disaster Federal Register Notice