Give your coverage time to kick in before hurricane season starts June 1 AUSTIN, Texas — If you live in a coastal area and don’t have flood insurance, now is the time to act. There are only 30 days until hurricane season, and most policies take 30 days to become effective.
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AUSTIN, Texas — The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has awarded nearly $1.2 million to the Port Aransas Independent School District to repair Port Aransas High School following Hurricane Harvey.
AUSTIN, Texas – The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has awarded $1.3 million to the Harris County Flood Control District through the Texas Division of Emergency Management to redesign and update the district’s existing flood warning system website, www.harriscountyfws.org. The website provides a single source for issuing flood warnings and hydrological information to Har
AUSTIN, Texas — The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has awarded more than $24 million to these three applicants for debris removal following Hurricane Harvey.
Texas’ annual Emergency Preparation Supplies Sales Tax Holiday is April 27-29 AUSTIN, Texas — This weekend is a great time to complete your emergency kit and gather other supplies you may need for the upcoming hurricane season, because Texas will waive the sales tax on many of those items.
AUSTIN, Texas — Hurricane Harvey destroyed thousands of homes in August 2017, sending families on long, stressful searches for new places to live. Today, many of those families are still looking for affordable long-term apartments or short-term rentals while rebuilding their homes.
AUSTIN, Texas — The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has awarded more than $1 million to Montgomery County Drainage District #6 for repairs to the Spring Creek area following Hurricane Harvey.Flooding in Montgomery County forced water backward and caused Spring Creek to flood. This caused the walls of the drainage channels into Spring Creek to collapse.
Celebrate service this National Volunteer Week, April 7-13 AUSTIN, Texas — Jessica Ortiz and her family lost everything in Hurricane Harvey. The storm’s historic flood filled their mobile home in La Grange, Texas, to within 18 inches of the ceiling, turning everything “muddy, smelly and gross.”
AUSTIN, Texas — If a natural disaster strikes, you may have your hands full making sure you and your loved ones are safe and have the essential items you need to survive. You won’t have time to gather the items you may need later to start your recovery process.
AUSTIN, Texas — The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has awarded more than $3.2 million to Hardin County for debris removal following Hurricane Harvey.