Texans in FEMA housing units should call maintenance immediately if their cooling unit fails AUSTIN, Texas – Extreme heat is expected in several parts of Texas today and may continue through Sunday in some areas, the National Weather Service has warned. The extreme weather creates conditions in which heat-related illnesses are possible.
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AUSTIN, Texas – The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has awarded more than $6.2 million for the Texas Department of Transportation support activities following Hurricane Harvey.
AUSTIN, Texas – Join the nearly 50,000 Texans who have learned from FEMA mitigation specialists at local home improvement stores how to better prepare their homes for natural disasters.
AUSTIN, Texas – The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has awarded more than $9.2 million for Orange County debris removal following Hurricane Harvey.
AUSTIN, Texas – Join the more than 47,000 Texans who have learned from FEMA mitigation specialists at local home improvement stores how to better prepare their homes for natural disasters.
Dial 2-1-1 to be referred to confidential counselors in 31 Harvey-affected counties AUSTIN, Texas — Recovering from Hurricane Harvey doesn’t just mean rebuilding your home or finding a new job. Long after one’s physical recovery is complete, the signs of stress and trauma may remain.
AUSTIN, Texas – The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has awarded $76.7 million to the Texas General Land Office as a reimbursement for the management and execution of the Partial Repair and Essential Power for Sheltering (PREPS) program following Hurricane Harvey.
AUSTIN, Texas — July 4th is a time to enjoy the holiday and celebrate our nation’s history. But nothing ruins a good time like endangering the people and facilities around you.
Houston’s Anderson family has benefitted from temporary lodging and repair assistance AUSTIN, Texas — Robert Anderson’s family had nowhere to go when they were forced from their Houston home by Hurricane Harvey’s floodwaters. Two of his children have cystic fibrosis, which made staying in a house potentially infested by mold or other microorganisms dangerous to their health.
Some residents in high-risk areas must maintain flood coverage or risk missing out on future aid AUSTIN, Texas – If disaster strikes once, it can strike again. Make sure you’re prepared — and remain eligible for assistance from the federal government — by buying and maintaining flood insurance.