Our National Advisory Council has 13 open positions and we’re looking for candidates who are strong leaders and have emergency management experience. The Council has the responsibility of advising the FEMA Administrator on all aspects of emergency management, through all phases of a disaster. If this sounds interesting to you, read the full list of responsibilities and apply before March 15....
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Membership Applications | FEMA.gov

98% of counties in the U.S. have been impacted by flooding. Our new #DataViz shows you how often your county has flooded and the cost of flooding.

Data Visualization: Historical Flood Risk and Costs | FEMA.gov

The Youth Preparedness Council brings together youth leaders from across the U.S. who are interested in transforming the preparedness of their communities. If you know an 8th to 11th grade student who may want to get involved, encourage them to apply today.

Youth Preparedness Council | Ready.gov

With lots of flooded roads due to the severe weather in California, be aware of your surroundings & never drive around barricades.
When you’re in a rush it’s easy to leave things behind. This article covers simple tips in case you need to evacuate: [ Fema.gov Link ]

Fifteen Minutes. Grab and Go. | FEMA.gov

Severe weather is once again headed for California. Check out this short video for more on the forecast and how to prepare.
A lot can be forgotten if you only have 15 minutes to evacuate. Here’s how you can take action now to make sure you’re ready: [ Fema.gov Link ]

Fifteen Minutes. Grab and Go. | FEMA.gov

A great update from Cal OES on the latest with the Oroville Dam situation.
Yesterday, our acting administrator, Bob Fenton, visited the Oroville Dam incident command post with Cal OES leadership to see the latest response efforts firsthand. The command post is where different agencies work together to coordinate response efforts to an emergency or disaster. Our staff remains in close coordination with the state to provide support as needed. Butte County Sheriff
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A few other items to consider for your go-bag: prescription meds & glasses, cash, important docs, & a first aid kit. #OrovilleDam
An update from Butte County Sheriff on the Oroville Dam situation.
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Residents of Livingston & Orleans Parish affected by this week’s severe storms can apply for assistance at [ Disasterassistance.gov Link ]. You can also apply by calling 800-621-3362 (711 or Video Relay Service available) or 800-462-7585 (TTY).
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Survivors of disasters like Hurricane Matthew need help that is both short-term and long-term for getting back to normal. That’s where long-term recovery groups like the Cumberland Disaster Recovery Coalition come in. Its 60 members represent faith-based organizations, local charities, community foundations and independent agencies from throughout Cumberland...
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Here are some important Ready tips to help you be safe during the blizzard in the northeast.