- This publication contains radio public service announcements (PSAs) to inform the public about the risk of natural disasters, how to respond to those disasters and what to do after a disaster has occurred.
- This memorandum addresses the decision-making process that flood mapping partners are to apply to flood map revision requests involving the use of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers HEC-RAS computer program.
- FACT Sheet - Fires
- This PEA evaluates the long-term and permanent housing actions proposed by the State of Mississippi (State) and FEMA under the AHPP for Mississippi residents displaced as a result of Hurricane Katrina. This PEA also provides the public and decision-makers with the information required to understand and evaluate the potential environmental consequences of these actions. FEMA will use this PEA to determine the level of environmental analysis and documentation required under NEPA for any proposed AHPP housing action in Mississippi, given the available site-specific information. If the alternatives, levels of analysis, and site-specific information of an action proposed for FEMA funding are fully and accurately described in this PEA, then no further documentation will be required to comply with NEPA.
Environmental Assessment for Relocation of Fire Station, City of Oil Trough, Independence County, ArkansasBeginning on 18 March, 2008, a series of severe storms, tornadoes and flooding occurred throughout Arkansas causing extensive damage. During the incident period, a major flooding heavily damaged the City of Oil Trough’s fire station, a 3,920 square foot metal building containing one bay, class room, rest room, and overhead storage. It is proposed to relocate the fire station to a site on Main Street, Oil Trough, AR. In order to restore the facility that was destroyed as a result of the flooding, FEMA is proposing to participate in funding the relocation of the fire station up to the limits of repairing the facility to pre-disaster conditions at the original location. The remaining required funding will be the responsibility of the city of Oil Trough.
- This CD–ROM compilation contains selected earthquake publications for teachers and kids. All of these publications are offered separately from the FEMA Library: FEMA 159, 240, 253, 526, 527, 528, 529, and 531.
- 01/07/09 Architectural Concept for Next Generation DMIS Tools and OPEN Web Services - Recording
- The purpose of this Project Description is to provide guidance regarding the distribution and implementation of grants to the 50 State Fire Training Systems
Integrated Public Alert and Warning System (IPAWS) Webinar, Using the Open Platform for Emergency Networks (OPEN) for Public and Private Alerting
2/15/12 overview presentation of IPAWS Open Platform for Emergency Networks alerting use cases by Gary Ham, System Architect.
- Resource typing definitions will help define resource capabilities for ease of ordering and mobilization during a disaster. As a result of the resource typing process, a resource’s capability is readily defined and an emergency manager is able to effectively and efficiently request and receive resources through mutual aid during times of disaster.
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is committed to ensuring that the Civil Rights of all persons receiving services or benefits from the Agency’s programs and activities are protected. This directive describes the policies, procedures, requirements and responsibilities of an Agency-wide program that adheres to such protection.
Incident Command System Form: Operational Planning Worksheet (ICS 215)
- The National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) Flood Insurance Manual is used primarily by insurers and agents selling and servicing Federal flood insurance.
- Preparing for Emergencies Makes Good Business Sense.
Fact sheet for youth about what to do before, during, and after a tornado.
County Flood Control District Greens Bayou Project HMGP-DR-1791-TX Project #67 Harris County, Texas October 2014
County Flood Control District Greens Bayou Project HMGP-DR-1791-TX Project #67 Harris County, Texas October 2014///On September 13, 2008, President George W. Bush declared a major disaster as a result of damage due to Hurricane Ike (FEMA-1791-DR-TX). As a direct result of Hurricane Ike's heavy rainfall inundating many areas along Greens Bayou in Harris County, Texas, severe flooding caused damages to several structures located near Greens Bayou. The Harris County Flood Control District (HCFCD) has prepared and submitted an application for Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) funding under the Hazard Mitigation Grant Program (HMGP). Under this application, FEMA is considering funding the construction of improvements to one stormwater detention basin and funding the construction of a new basin to reduce the likelihood of future flooding in this area. The HMGP is authorized under Section 404 of the Robert T. Stafford Disaster Relief and Emergency Assistance Act, which is a funding source for cost-effective measures that would reduce or eliminate the threat of future similar damage to a facility during a disaster./This Draft EA has been prepared to analyze the potential consequences to the natural and human environment associated with the Proposed Action, the No Action Alternative, and other potential alternatives per the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) (42 United States Code [USC] 55 parts 4321 et seq., 2000), the President’s Council on Environmental Quality (CEQ) implementing regulations (40 Code of Federal Regulations [CFR] 30 parts 1500 et seq., 2004), and 44 CFR Emergency Management and Assistance Ch. I Part 10.
Gráfica para estudiantes que les enseña sobre la preparación de huracanes con un juego de busca palabras.
The questions and answers in the 2018 update to FEMA 213 provide guidance for many concerns regarding Substantial Improvement (SI) and Substantial Damage (SD) of buildings in Special Flood Hazard Areas. The publication answers questions about pertinent definitions and regulations and some general questions about SI/SD and determining when buildings are Substantially Improved or have incurred Substantial Damage. Revised FEMA 213 also addresses common questions that arise about SI/SD in the post-disaster period. Each question refers readers to specific sections and more complete guidance in FEMA P-758, Substantial Improvement/Substantial Damage Desk Reference.
Environmental Assessment for Smith Point North Wetlands Restoration, Shirley, Suffolk County, New York (4085-DR-NY)
On October 29, 2012, Hurricane Sandy caused storm damage to several areas of New York State, including the Hamlet of Shirley in Suffolk County, New York. President Barack Obama declared Hurricane Sandy a major disaster on October 30, 2012. The declaration authorized federal public assistance to affected communities and certain non-profit organizations per Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), and in accordance with the Robert T. Stafford Disaster Relief and Emergency Assistance Act of 1974 (42 U.S.S. 5172) as amended; the Sandy Recovery Improvement Act (SRIA) of 2013, and the accompanying Disaster Relief Appropriations Act, 2013. The southern residential area of Shirley experienced flooding during Hurricane Sandy and is an area of repeated flood risk (FEMA 2015). Suffolk County (Subrecipient) has applied to FEMA for financial assistance at the Smith Point County Park to improve natural protection against flooding and storm surge. Smith Point County Park is located in the southernmost portion of Shirley, west of the William Floyd Parkway in the Town of Brookhaven in Suffolk County New York (Appendix A, Figure 1-1, Figure 1-2, Figure 1-3). Suffolk County, is seeking funding from FEMA pursuant to Section 404 of the Robert T Stafford Disaster Relief and Emergency Assistance Act for such protection. The New York State (NYS) Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Services (DHSES) is the Recipient partner for the Proposed Action. This Environmental Assessment (EA) is prepared in accordance with Section 102 of the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) of 1969, as amended; and the Regulations for Implementation of the National Environmental Policy Act (40 Code of Federal Regulations [CFR] Parts 1500 to 1508). The purpose of the EA is to analyze the potential environmental impacts of the proposed project and alternatives, including a No Action Alternative, and to determine whether to prepare an Environmental Impact Statement or a Finding of No Significant Impact (FONSI). In accordance with the above-referenced regulations and FEMA Directive 108-1 and FEMA instruction 108-1 requires FEMA, during decision making, to evaluate and consider the environmental consequences of major federal actions it funds or undertakes.
Interoperable Message Exchange Fact Sheet