FEMA Media Library

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Public Notice for Long-Term Sustainability for Provo’s Water Supply, EMD-2021-BR-063-0001, September 2023

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Letter of Final Determination: Jan. 25, 2024

LFD Date: July 25, 2023
FIRM Effective Date: Jan. 25, 2024
States: Arkansas

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Letters of Final Determination: Dec. 5, 2024

LFD Date: June 5, 2024
FIRM Effective Date: December 5, 2024
State: No Communities

Gray Fire survivor, Cary Johnson standing with his daughter in front of a truck.
Gray Fire Survivor, Cary Johnson

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Letters of Final Determination: Nov. 21, 2024

LFD Date: May 21, 2024
FIRM Effective Date: November 21, 2024
States: Texas, South Dakota

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Final Environmental Assessment including FONSI signed 6/11/2024 for City of Fort Myers Canal Armoring, HMGP-DR-4337-00227-FL, June 2024

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Final Environmental Assessment including FONSI signed 5/30/2024 for Territorial Highway - Gillespie Corners Flood Mitigation and Reconstruction Project, May 2024

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High Hazard Potential Dams: When Removal benefits Outweigh Repair

Dams that pose a high or significant hazard to lives and/or properties are prioritized for rehabilitation. In many cases the benefits of removing the dam may outweigh the costs of repair and maintenance.

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Frequently Asked Questions - FEMA GO

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Aquatic Organism Passage and the Rehabilitation of High Hazard Potential Dams

Dams can pose an impediment to up and downstream migration for aquatic organisms and result in population declines. An aquatic connectivity decision framework can help dam owners decide between repairing or removing a high hazard potential dam, while also potentially leveraging additional resources for such activities. This fact sheet provides an example flowchart and other information to aid dam owners in project planning.