News, Media & Events: New Hampshire
2022-12-07T23:00:00 2023-12-08T00:00:00 Virtual Dec 7, 2022 Dec 8, 2023 Dec 7, 2022 EST - Dec 8, 2023 12:00 a.m. EST
Virtual presentation provided by FEMA Careers held the first Wednesday of each month. Topics include a FEMA overview, federal resume writing tips, navigating USAjobs.gov, and additional resources.
2023-02-15T08:00:00 2023-04-28T17:00:00 Important Date Feb 15, 2023 Apr 28, 2023 Feb 15, 2023 - Apr 28, 2023
FEMA Seeks Public Feedback on Achieving Equitable Recovery: A Post Disaster Guide for Local Officials
FEMA is seeking public feedback from partners, stakeholders, and the general public on the Achieving Equitable Recovery: A Post Disaster Guide for Local Officials (“Equity Guide”), developed by the Community Assistance Branch, Interagency Coordination Division, Recovery Directorate.
2023-03-28T18:00:00 2023-03-28T19:00:00 Virtual Mar 28, 2023 Mar 28, 2023 Mar 28, 2023 EST - Mar 28, 2023 7:00 p.m. EST
The DHS Center for Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships, Federal Emergency Management Agency, and Out for Sustainability (Out4S) are co-hosting a roundtable with private nonprofits, emergency managers, local and state governments, faith-based organizations, and other stakeholders that work in disaster preparedness and relief.
- Floods: A few inches of water in a 1,000-square foot home could cost more than $10,000 in repairs and replacement of personal possessions. Homeowner’s insurance doesn’t cover most floods. Learn more.
- Hurricanes: Hurricanes are not just a coastal problem. Make sure everyone in your household knows your hurricane plans, evacuation routes, and has several ways to receive alerts. There are also things you can do to strengthen your home ahead of time. Learn more.
- Extreme heat: Learn to recognize the signs of heat illness, especially for older adults, children and sick or overweight individuals who are at greater risk. You can also take steps to weatherize your home ahead of time to keep the heat out. When dealing with excessive heat be sure to drink lots of water, avoid strenuous activity in the middle of the day and never leave children or pets in the car. Learn more.
- Thunderstorms and lightning: Strengthen your home by cutting down or trimming trees that may be in danger of falling on your home. Sign up for your community’s warning system and when the thunder roars, go indoors and avoid using electronic devices and running water. Learn more.
- Tornadoes: Sign up for your community’s warning system. If under a tornado warning, immediately go to a safe shelter such as a small, interior, windowless room or basement on the lowest level of a sturdy building. Learn more.
Press Releases and Fact Sheets
FEMA announced that federal disaster assistance has been made available to the state of New Hampshire to supplement state and local recovery efforts in areas affected by a severe storm and flooding during the period of Dec. 22-25, 2022.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency will be sending almost $6 million to the State of New Hampshire to reimburse Plymouth State University for the cost of providing testing for students, faculty and staff during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency will be sending more than $1 million to the State of New Hampshire to reimburse the state for the cost of providing vaccine staffing during the COVID-19 pandemic.