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2019-12-10 18:40 - News Release

ઓસ્ટિન, ટેક્સાસ - ઉષ્ણકટિબંધીય તોફાન ઇમેલ્ડાથી આવેલા ભારે વાવાઝોડા અને પૂરથી પ્રભાવિત હોનારતમાંથી બચનારાઓ સોમવાર, ડિસેમ્બર 9 થી શનિવાર, ડિસેમ્બર 14 સુધી કેટી, હ્યુસ્ટન અને સ્પ્રિંગના સ્થાનિક ઘર સુધારણા સ્ટોરની મુલાકાત લઈ શકશે. સંઘીય કટોકટી સંચાલન એજન્સી (Federal Emergency Management Agency, FEMA) ના શમન નિષ્ણાતો મકાનના સમારકામ, હોનારત યોજનાઓ બનાવવા, પુરવઠાની કીટ સાથે રાખવાના અને પૂર માટેના વીમાના મહત્વને લગતા પ્રશ્નોના જવાબ આપવા માટે હાજર રહેશે. 

2019-12-09 19:50 - News Release

AUSTIN, Texas – Disaster survivors affected by the severe storms and floods from Tropical Storm Imelda, can visit local home improvement stores in Katy, Houston and Spring from Monday, Dec. 9, to Saturday, Dec. 14, for rebuilding tips from mitigation experts. Mitigation specialists from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) will be on hand to answer questions about home repair, making disaster plans, putting together supply kits and the importance of flood insurance.

2019-12-06 20:29 - News Release

AUSTIN, Texas – Conroe’s Wastewater Treatment Plant, built in 1972, serves Conroe and part of    Willis, or about 90,000 residents of Montgomery County Texas. It’s one of the fastest growing counties in the U.S. and lies 40 miles north of Houston. Storm mitigation, population growth and plant modernization rank as important factors in planning long- and short-term operations of the plant.

2019-12-03 20:46 - News Release

AUSTIN, Texas – More than 70 percent of Texas homes that flooded in Tropical Storm Imelda were in areas at low risk for flooding. And most of those with flood damage from Imelda did not have flood insurance. Insurance policies for those who live in low-risk areas are inexpensive and can make a huge difference if, and when flooding occurs.  

2019-12-02 19:11 - News Release

AUSTIN, Texas – Disaster survivors affected by the severe storms and floods from Tropical Storm Imelda, can visit local home improvement stores in Cypress, Houston, Pasadena and Orange from Monday, Dec. 2, to Saturday, Dec. 7, for rebuilding tips from mitigation experts. Mitigation specialists from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) will be on hand to answer questions about home repair, making disaster plans, putting together supply kits and the importance of flood insurance.

2019-12-02 17:32 - News Release

For communities that participate in the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP), substantial damage determinations are required by local floodplain-management ordinances. These rules must be in place for residents of a community to purchase flood insurance through the NFIP.

2019-11-26 17:24 - News Release

STસ્ટિન, ટેક્સાસ - ઉષ્ણકટિબંધીય તોફાન ઇમેલ્ડાથી આવેલા ભારે તોફાન અને પૂરથી પ્રભાવિત હોનારતમાં બચનારાઓ શમન નિષ્ણાતોની પુનર્નિર્માણ ટીપ્સ માટે સોમવાર, નવેમ્બર 25  થી શનિવાર, નવેમ્બર 30  સુધી હ્યુસ્ટન અને પાસાડેનામાં સ્થાનિક ઘર સુધારણા સ્ટોરની મુલાકાત લઈ શકશે. સંઘીય કટોકટી સંચાલન એજન્સી (Federal Emergency Management Agency, FEMA) ના શમન નિષ્ણાતો મકાનના સમારકામ, હોનારત યોજનાઓ બનાવવા, પુરવઠાની કીટ સાથે રાખવાના અને પૂર માટેના વીમાના મહત્વને લગતા પ્રશ્નોના જવાબ આપવા માટે હાજર રહેશે.

2019-11-25 17:42 - News Release

AUSTIN, Texas – Disaster survivors affected by the severe storms and floods from Tropical Storm Imelda, can visit local home improvement stores in Houston and Pasadena from Monday, Nov. 25, to Saturday, Nov. 30, for rebuilding tips from mitigation experts. Mitigation specialists from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) will be on hand to answer questions about home repair, making disaster plans, putting together supply kits and the importance of flood insurance.

2019-11-22 21:16 - News Release

AUSTIN, Texas – Maddie and Charles Peddycoart know more about the costs associated with flood recovery than most. In the 19 years they’ve lived in their home in Hamshire, TX — about 60 miles east of Houston and 27 miles southwest of Beaumont — it has been flooded by storms four times:  Hurricanes Rita (2005), Ike (2008), Harvey (2017) and Tropical Storm Imelda (2019). Rita and Ike left about 2 inches of water at the ground level of their home; they recovered quickly.  

2019-11-19 16:09 - News Release

AUSTIN, Texas – A new life has literally been built for 54 residents of Montgomery County, Texas — residents whose mobile homes were damaged by the winds and rain of Hurricane Ike in 2008. Little did they know just how much that hurricane would change their lives.