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FEMA Media Library

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August 31, 2021 - Available Flood Hazard Information Table for the State of New Mexico - MS Excel

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August 31, 2021 - Available Flood Hazard Information Table for the State of Louisiana - MS Excel

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August 31, 2021 - Available Flood Hazard Information Table for the State of Oklahoma - MS Excel

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August 31, 2021 - Available Flood Hazard Information Table for the State of Texas - MS Excel

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August 31, 2021 - Available Flood Hazard Information Table for the State of Arkansas - MS Excel

Houses on either side of a river
Nature-Based Solutions - illustrations - coastal

car on platform
Nature-Based Solutions - illustrations - neighborhood

hanglider over a beach
Nature-Based Solutions - illustrations - coastal

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A Survivor's Transitional Sheltering Assistance Journey Flyer

This zip file contains the A Survivor's Transitional Sheltering Assistance Journey Flyer provided in multiple languages.

Nature-Based Solutions report cover
Nature-Based Solutions - thumbnail

My Rain Garden coloring book thumbnail
My Rain Garden coloring book thumbnail

Managed dune on Long Beach Island, NJ
Nature-Based Solutions - dunes

Managed dune on Long Beach Island, NJ. Dune restoration is an example of nature-based solutions that can be funded by many federal funding sources.

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DR-4611-LA Housing Options Graphics

This zip file contains the DR-4611-LA Housing Option graphic in multiple languages for multiple social media platforms.

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Draft Environmental Assessment Escambia County Delano Street Drainage Improvements 2021

The purpose of the proposed action is to provide the Board the means to adequately reduce flooding risk in the Delano Street Study Area (Appendix A). The need for the proposed action has risen from multiple flood events, including the DR-4177-FL flood event, which significantly flooded residences, businesses, and transit networks, led to the destruction of the CBDF, scoured and destroyed several roads, and led to multiple water rescue missions. The area has experienced multiple flood events, negatively impacting those residing and working in the area. The proposed drainage improvements would reduce the risk of flood loss in the area. The proposed action is consistent with the requirements of HMGP as authorized by Section 404 of the Stafford Act, 42 USC 5170(c), which makes grant funding available, when authorized under a Presidential major disaster declaration, in the areas of the state requested by the Governor to ensure that the opportunity to take critical mitigation measures to reduce the risk of loss of life and property from future disasters is not lost during the reconstruction process following a disaster.

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Hurricane Recovery Issue Paper Guidance for Turning the Power Back On (Spanish)

Hurricane Recovery Issue Paper Guidance for Turning the Power Back On (Spanish)

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FEMA Daily Public Assistance Grant Award Activity - 09-14-2021

FEMA Daily Public Assistance Grant Award Activity - 09-14-2021

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Fiscal Year 2021 Emergency Management Performance Grant (EMPG) Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO)

Emergency Management Performance Grant Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) for Fiscal Year 2021

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Letter of Final Determination - January 28, 2022

LFD Date: 07/28/2021
Effective Date: 01/28/2022
States: Florida, Iowa

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Fiscal Year 2020 - Emergency Management Performance Grant NOFO COVID-19 Supplemental (EMPG-S)

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Standard Flood Hazard Determination Form

The Standard Flood Hazard Determination Form (SFHDF) is required for all federally backed loans and is used by lenders to determine the flood risk for their building loans. The SFHDF is authorized by the National Flood Insurance Reform Act of 1994 (NFIRA) and is imposed on lenders by their regulatory entities, not by FEMA. FEMA oversees the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) which makes federally administered flood insurance available throughout the United States and is responsible for development, updates and making the form available to users. Implementation of the mandatory flood insurance purchase requirements of the Flood Disaster Protection Act of 1973 and the National Flood Insurance Reform Act of 94, as amended, is the responsibility of the various Federal agencies that regulate lenders. Please contact your regulator or lender to determine their requirements. This form may be locally reproduced. The current version of the SFHDF has an expiration date of October 31, 2018 and the revised version is pending approval. This webpage will be updated with the revised version of the SFHDF once approved. The current version of the SFHDF is extended until further notice.