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FEMA Media Library

Utah; FEMA-4011-DR

Report on Preliminary Damage Assessment (PDA) information for FEMA-4011-DR; Utah as a result of flooding during the period of April 18 to July 16, 2011.

Kentucky; FEMA-4008-DR

Report on Preliminary Damage Assessment (PDA) information for FEMA-4008-DR; Kentucky as a result of severe storms and tornadoes, and flooding during the period of June 19-23, 2011.

Wyoming; FEMA-4007-DR

Report on Preliminary Damage Assessment (PDA) information for FEMA-4007-DR; Wyoming as a result of severe storms, flooding, and landslides during the period of May 18 to July 8, 2011.

three wildfire response leaders in facemasks discuss conditions on the ground standing on road with smoke behind them

Wildfire Response Leaders Discuss Conditions on the Ground

LANE COUNTY, Ore. (Sept. 17, 2020) -- Director of Northwest Policy, House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee Edward McGlone (left); District 5, East Lane County Commissioner Heather Buch; and Region 10 Regional Administrator Michael O’Hare discuss conditions in the fire affected areas.

FEMA photo by Rob McCulloch

three scuba divers of the Tuscaloosa Fire and Rescue Swift Water Team around an inflatable raft on the river styx

Three Tuscaloosa Fire and Rescue Swift Water Team Divers Conduct Secondary Search and Rescue Missions

SEMINOLE, Ala. (Sept. 17, 2020) -- The Tuscaloosa, Alabama, Fire and Rescue Swift Water Team performs secondary search and rescue missions on the Styx River in the aftermath of Hurricane Sally.
FEMA photo by Alexis Hall

Two Tuscaloosa Fire and Rescue Swift Water Team members in a small boat driving by riverfront houses now surrounded by water

Two Tuscaloosa Fire and Rescue Swift Water Team Members Conduct Secondary Search and Rescue Missions

SEMINOLE, Ala. (Sept. 17, 2020) -- The Tuscaloosa, Alabama, Fire and Rescue Swift Water Team performs secondary search and rescue missions on the Styx River in the aftermath of Hurricane Sally.
FEMA photo by Alexis Hall

Four wildfire response leaders review map of inside fire zone standing on side of the road in front of a suv

Wildfire Response Leaders Review Map of Inside Fire Zone

LANE COUNTY, Ore. (Sept. 17, 2020) -- Region 10 Regional Administrator Michael O’Hare (left); Oregon Department of Forestry District Forester Chris Cline (center); Congressional District 4 District Director Dan Whelen, and District 5, East Lane County Commissioner Heather Buch, review a map of conditions inside the Holiday Fire Zone.

FEMA photo by Rob McCulloch

Hurricane Sally: Purchasing Under Exigent or Emergency Circumstances Training

IPAWS Tip for September 2020

During 2021, National Weather Service (NWS) offices will implement a new capability allowing Non-Weather Emergency Messages (NWEMs) to be channeled from IPAWS to NWS for broadcast over NOAA Weather Radio (NWR). This capability is a replacement to the discontinued HazCollect program.

Continuing Training Grants FY 2020 Fact Sheet