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2019-07-23 21:24 - News Release

Oklahoma City, OK – Six more state/federal Mobile Disaster Recovery Centers (DRCs) are opening in the following Oklahoma communities: Cherokee (Alfalfa County), Ponca City (Kay County), Kingfisher (Kingfisher County), Spiro (Le Flore County), Claremore (Rogers County) and Alva (Woods County). 

2019-07-19 21:44 - News Release

Oklahoma City, OK – As Oklahomans rebuild and repair homes and businesses damaged by the recent storms and flooding, FEMA and Lowe’s have teamed up to provide free information, tips and literature on how to make homes stronger and safer during the rebuilding process.  

2019-07-18 17:33 - News Release

Oklahoma City, OK – Two state/federal Disaster Recovery Centers (DRCs) in Creek and Payne counties will be closing Saturday, July 20. But seven mobile DRCs are opening in new locations in the coming week, starting today, July 18, to help survivors of the severe storms, straight-line winds, tornadoes and flooding that occurred from May 7 to June 9, 2019 in Oklahoma.  

2019-07-15 09:32 - News Release

Oklahoma City, OK –Ten state/federal Mobile Disaster Recovery (DRCs) will be open this week throughout the disaster designated counties to make sure every resident who has been affected by the recent severe storms and flooding has an opportunity to receive any needed information. 

2019-07-12 20:56 - News Release

Oklahoma City, OK – Three FEMA Disaster Recovery Centers (DRCs) are closing in Muskogee, Tulsa and Wagoner counties, while the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) is transitioning its services from those locations to two Disaster Loan Outreach Loan Centers (DLOCs).  

2019-07-12 18:44 - News Release

FEMA Offers Repair and Rebuilding Advice on Building Back Stronger Oklahoma City, OK – As Oklahomans rebuild and repair homes and businesses damaged by the recent storms and flooding, FEMA and Lowe’s have teamed up to provide free information, tips and literature on how to make homes stronger and safer during the rebuilding process.

2019-07-11 17:51 - News Release

Oklahoma City, OK – Six more state/federal Mobile Disaster Recovery Centers (DRCs) are opening in the following Oklahoma communities: Cherokee (Alfalfa County), Kingfisher (Kingfisher County), Moffett (Sequoyah County), Bartlesville (Washington County), Vinita (Craig County) and Perry (Noble County).

2019-07-09 17:30 - News Release

Oklahoma City, OK – Three more state/federal Mobile Disaster Recovery Centers (DRCs) are opening in the following Oklahoma communities: Jay(Delaware County), Spiro (Le Flore County) and Alva (Wood County).

2019-07-05 21:23 - News Release

Severe storms and flooding have the potential to cause hundreds of millions (or even billions) of dollars in damage each year. A policy with the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) is one of the best tools available to protect a home, business and insurable property.Flood Insurance:

2019-07-05 21:09 - News Release

Oklahoma City, OK – Homeowner and renter insurance policies do not cover damages incurred during flooding. To protect themselves and their family from future financial loss, Oklahomans are advised to purchase and maintain flood insurance coverage. Several requirements are in place to help ensure financial recovery after a flood.The requirement to purchase flood insurance coverage applies to insurable buildings and personal property damaged by a flood disaster event and located in areas at high risk of flooding called Special Flood Hazard Areas (SFHAs).