The most important information about disasters and emergency management comes from your local officials and community leaders. Local governments plan, prepare and respond to disasters with the support of the state and federal governments.
Find the most relevant information by searching your location, including:
- Active and past disaster declarations.
- Helpful resources specific to your state or territory, like how to get in touch with your local emergency management offices.
- Latest news releases, fact sheets and other communications around disasters and emergencies in your location.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency consists of ten regions in the continental United States and territories.
Find Your State or Territory
|Region 1||Connecticut | Maine | Massachusetts | New Hampshire | Rhode Island | Vermont|
|Region 2||New Jersey | New York | Puerto Rico | Virgin Islands|
|Region 3||Delaware | Maryland | Pennsylvania | Virginia | District of Columbia | West Virginia|
|Region 4||Alabama | Florida | Georgia | Kentucky | Mississippi | North Carolina | South Carolina | Tennessee|
|Region 5||Illinois | Indiana | Michigan | Minnesota | Ohio | Wisconsin|
|Region 6||Arkansas | Louisiana | New Mexico | Oklahoma | Texas|
|Region 7||Iowa | Kansas | Missouri | Nebraska|
|Region 8||Colorado | Montana | North Dakota | South Dakota | Utah | Wyoming|
|Region 9||Arizona | California | Hawaii | Nevada | Guam | American Samoa | Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands | Republic of Marshall Islands | Federated States of Micronesia|
|Region 10||Alaska | Idaho | Oregon | Washington|