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Heart of TN ARES
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100

100

Declaration Type
Major Disaster Declaration
Anonymous (not verified) Fri, 12/10/2004 - 00:00
Disaster Summary
FLOODS
Title/Summary Override
FLOODS
State
Missouri
Declaration Date
Incident Type
Display button/link to Apply for Assistance
Off
Incident Begin Date
Incident End Date
Entry Date
Update Date
Closeout Date
Disaster Title
DR-100-MO

Posted on 9 December 2004 | 7:00 pm

100

100

Declaration Type
Major Disaster Declaration
Anonymous (not verified) Fri, 12/10/2004 - 00:00
Disaster Summary
FLOODS
Title/Summary Override
FLOODS
State
Missouri
Declaration Date
Incident Type
Display button/link to Apply for Assistance
Off
Incident Begin Date
Incident End Date
Entry Date
Update Date
Closeout Date
Disaster Title
DR-100-MO

Posted on 9 December 2004 | 7:00 pm

1

1

Declaration Type
Major Disaster Declaration
Anonymous (not verified) Wed, 11/17/2004 - 00:00
Disaster Summary
TORNADO
Title/Summary Override
TORNADO
State
Georgia
Declaration Date
Incident Type
Display button/link to Apply for Assistance
Off
Incident Begin Date
Incident End Date
Entry Date
Update Date
Closeout Date
Disaster Title
DR-1-GA

Posted on 16 November 2004 | 7:00 pm

1

1

Declaration Type
Major Disaster Declaration
Anonymous (not verified) Wed, 11/17/2004 - 00:00
Disaster Summary
TORNADO
Title/Summary Override
TORNADO
State
Georgia
Declaration Date
Incident Type
Display button/link to Apply for Assistance
Off
Incident Begin Date
Incident End Date
Entry Date
Update Date
Closeout Date
Disaster Title
DR-1-GA

Posted on 16 November 2004 | 7:00 pm

1001

1001

Declaration Type
Major Disaster Declaration
Anonymous (not verified) Fri, 10/15/2004 - 00:00
Disaster Summary
SEVERE STORMS & FLOODING
Title/Summary Override
Flooding, Severe Storms
State
North Dakota
Declaration Date
Incident Type
Display button/link to Apply for Assistance
Off
Incident Begin Date
Incident End Date
Entry Date
Update Date
Closeout Date
Declaration Area
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DH
DUA
IA
IFG
PA
PA-A
PA-B
PA-C
PA-D
PA-E
PA-F
PA-G
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DH
DUA
IA
IFG
PA
PA-A
PA-B
PA-C
PA-D
PA-E
PA-F
PA-G
Declarable Area (county, parish, reservation, etc.)
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DH
DUA
IA
IFG
PA
PA-A
PA-B
PA-C
PA-D
PA-E
PA-F
PA-G
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DH
DUA
IA
IFG
PA
PA-A
PA-B
PA-C
PA-D
PA-E
PA-F
PA-G
Declarable Area (county, parish, reservation, etc.)
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DH
DUA
IA
IFG
PA
PA-A
PA-B
PA-C
PA-D
PA-E
PA-F
PA-G
Declarable Area (county, parish, reservation, etc.)
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DH
DUA
IA
IFG
PA
PA-A
PA-B
PA-C
PA-D
PA-E
PA-F
PA-G
Declarable Area (county, parish, reservation, etc.)
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DH
DUA
IA
IFG
PA
PA-A
PA-B
PA-C
PA-D
PA-E
PA-F
PA-G
Declarable Area (county, parish, reservation, etc.)
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DH
DUA
IA
IFG
PA
PA-A
PA-B
PA-C
PA-D
PA-E
PA-F
PA-G
Declarable Area (county, parish, reservation, etc.)
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DH
DUA
IA
IFG
PA
PA-A
PA-B
PA-C
PA-D
PA-E
PA-F
PA-G
Declarable Area (county, parish, reservation, etc.)
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DH
DUA
IA
IFG
PA
PA-A
PA-B
PA-C
PA-D
PA-E
PA-F
PA-G
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DH
DUA
IA
IFG
PA
PA-A
PA-B
PA-C
PA-D
PA-E
PA-F
PA-G
Declarable Area (county, parish, reservation, etc.)
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DH
DUA
IA
IFG
PA
PA-A
PA-B
PA-C
PA-D
PA-E
PA-F
PA-G
Declarable Area (county, parish, reservation, etc.)
Available Programs
DH
DUA
IA
IFG
PA
PA-A
PA-B
PA-C
PA-D
PA-E
PA-F
PA-G
Declarable Area (county, parish, reservation, etc.)
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DH
DUA
IA
IFG
PA
PA-A
PA-B
PA-C
PA-D
PA-E
PA-F
PA-G
Declarable Area (county, parish, reservation, etc.)
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DH
DUA
IA
IFG
PA
PA-A
PA-B
PA-C
PA-D
PA-E
PA-F
PA-G
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DH
DUA
IA
IFG
PA
PA-A
PA-B
PA-C
PA-D
PA-E
PA-F
PA-G
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DH
DUA
IA
IFG
PA
PA-A
PA-B
PA-C
PA-D
PA-E
PA-F
PA-G
Declarable Area (county, parish, reservation, etc.)
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DH
DUA
IA
IFG
PA
PA-A
PA-B
PA-C
PA-D
PA-E
PA-F
PA-G
Declarable Area (county, parish, reservation, etc.)
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DH
DUA
IA
IFG
PA
PA-A
PA-B
PA-C
PA-D
PA-E
PA-F
PA-G
Declarable Area (county, parish, reservation, etc.)
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DH
DUA
IA
IFG
PA
PA-A
PA-B
PA-C
PA-D
PA-E
PA-F
PA-G
Declarable Area (county, parish, reservation, etc.)
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DH
DUA
IA
IFG
PA
PA-A
PA-B
PA-C
PA-D
PA-E
PA-F
PA-G
Declarable Area (county, parish, reservation, etc.)
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DH
DUA
IA
IFG
PA
PA-A
PA-B
PA-C
PA-D
PA-E
PA-F
PA-G
Declarable Area (county, parish, reservation, etc.)
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DH
DUA
IA
IFG
PA
PA-A
PA-B
PA-C
PA-D
PA-E
PA-F
PA-G
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DH
DUA
IA
IFG
PA
PA-A
PA-B
PA-C
PA-D
PA-E
PA-F
PA-G
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DH
DUA
IA
IFG
PA
PA-A
PA-B
PA-C
PA-D
PA-E
PA-F
PA-G
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DH
DUA
IA
IFG
PA
PA-A
PA-B
PA-C
PA-D
PA-E
PA-F
PA-G
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DH
DUA
IA
IFG
PA
PA-A
PA-B
PA-C
PA-D
PA-E
PA-F
PA-G
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DH
DUA
IA
IFG
PA
PA-A
PA-B
PA-C
PA-D
PA-E
PA-F
PA-G
Declarable Area (county, parish, reservation, etc.)
Available Programs
DH
DUA
IA
IFG
PA
PA-A
PA-B
PA-C
PA-D
PA-E
PA-F
PA-G
Declarable Area (county, parish, reservation, etc.)
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DH
DUA
IA
IFG
PA
PA-A
PA-B
PA-C
PA-D
PA-E
PA-F
PA-G
Declarable Area (county, parish, reservation, etc.)
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DH
DUA
IA
IFG
PA
PA-A
PA-B
PA-C
PA-D
PA-E
PA-F
PA-G
Declarable Area (county, parish, reservation, etc.)
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DH
DUA
IA
IFG
PA
PA-A
PA-B
PA-C
PA-D
PA-E
PA-F
PA-G
Declarable Area (county, parish, reservation, etc.)
Available Programs
DH
DUA
IA
IFG
PA
PA-A
PA-B
PA-C
PA-D
PA-E
PA-F
PA-G
Declarable Area (county, parish, reservation, etc.)
Available Programs
DH
DUA
IA
IFG
PA
PA-A
PA-B
PA-C
PA-D
PA-E
PA-F
PA-G
Declarable Area (county, parish, reservation, etc.)
Available Programs
DH
DUA
IA
IFG
PA
PA-A
PA-B
PA-C
PA-D
PA-E
PA-F
PA-G
Declarable Area (county, parish, reservation, etc.)
Available Programs
DH
DUA
IA
IFG
PA
PA-A
PA-B
PA-C
PA-D
PA-E
PA-F
PA-G
Declarable Area (county, parish, reservation, etc.)
Available Programs
DH
DUA
IA
IFG
PA
PA-A
PA-B
PA-C
PA-D
PA-E
PA-F
PA-G
Declarable Area (county, parish, reservation, etc.)
Available Programs
DH
DUA
IA
IFG
PA
PA-A
PA-B
PA-C
PA-D
PA-E
PA-F
PA-G
Declarable Area (county, parish, reservation, etc.)
Available Programs
DH
DUA
IA
IFG
PA
PA-A
PA-B
PA-C
PA-D
PA-E
PA-F
PA-G
Declarable Area (county, parish, reservation, etc.)
Disaster Title
DR-1001-ND

Posted on 14 October 2004 | 8:00 pm

1002

1002

Declaration Type
Major Disaster Declaration
Anonymous (not verified) Fri, 10/15/2004 - 00:00
Disaster Summary
SEVERE STORMS AND FLOODING
Title/Summary Override
Flooding, Severe Storms
State
Indiana
Declaration Date
Incident Type
Display button/link to Apply for Assistance
Off
Incident Begin Date
Incident End Date
Entry Date
Update Date
Closeout Date
Declaration Area
Available Programs
DH
DUA
IA
IFG
Declarable Area (county, parish, reservation, etc.)
Available Programs
DH
DUA
IA
IFG
Declarable Area (county, parish, reservation, etc.)
Available Programs
DH
DUA
IA
IFG
Declarable Area (county, parish, reservation, etc.)
Available Programs
DH
DUA
IA
IFG
Declarable Area (county, parish, reservation, etc.)
Available Programs
DH
DUA
IA
IFG
Declarable Area (county, parish, reservation, etc.)
Available Programs
DH
DUA
IA
IFG
Declarable Area (county, parish, reservation, etc.)
Disaster Title
DR-1002-IN

Posted on 14 October 2004 | 8:00 pm

1000

1000

Declaration Type
Major Disaster Declaration
Anonymous (not verified) Fri, 10/15/2004 - 00:00
Disaster Summary
SEVERE STORMS & FLOODING
Title/Summary Override
Flooding, Severe Storms
State
Kansas
Declaration Date
Incident Type
Display button/link to Apply for Assistance
Off
Incident Begin Date
Incident End Date
Entry Date
Update Date
Closeout Date
Declaration Area
Available Programs
DH
DUA
IA
IFG
PA
PA-A
PA-B
PA-C
PA-D
PA-E
PA-F
PA-G
Declarable Area (county, parish, reservation, etc.)
Available Programs
DH
DUA
IA
IFG
PA
PA-A
PA-B
PA-C
PA-D
PA-E
PA-F
PA-G
Declarable Area (county, parish, reservation, etc.)
Available Programs
DH
DUA
IA
IFG
PA
PA-A
PA-B
PA-C
PA-D
PA-E
PA-F
PA-G
Declarable Area (county, parish, reservation, etc.)
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DH
DUA
IA
IFG
PA
PA-A
PA-B
PA-C
PA-D
PA-E
PA-F
PA-G
Declarable Area (county, parish, reservation, etc.)
Available Programs
DH
DUA
IA
IFG
PA
PA-A
PA-B
PA-C
PA-D
PA-E
PA-F
PA-G
Declarable Area (county, parish, reservation, etc.)
Available Programs
DH
DUA
IA
IFG
PA
PA-A
PA-B
PA-C
PA-D
PA-E
PA-F
PA-G
Declarable Area (county, parish, reservation, etc.)
Available Programs
DH
DUA
IA
IFG
PA
PA-A
PA-B
PA-C
PA-D
PA-E
PA-F
PA-G
Declarable Area (county, parish, reservation, etc.)
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DH
DUA
IA
IFG
PA
PA-A
PA-B
PA-C
PA-D
PA-E
PA-F
PA-G
Declarable Area (county, parish, reservation, etc.)
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DH
DUA
IA
IFG
PA
PA-A
PA-B
PA-C
PA-D
PA-E
PA-F
PA-G
Declarable Area (county, parish, reservation, etc.)
Available Programs
DH
DUA
IA
IFG
PA
PA-A
PA-B
PA-C
PA-D
PA-E
PA-F
PA-G
Declarable Area (county, parish, reservation, etc.)
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DH
DUA
IA
IFG
PA
PA-A
PA-B
PA-C
PA-D
PA-E
PA-F
PA-G
Declarable Area (county, parish, reservation, etc.)
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DH
DUA
IA
IFG
PA
PA-A
PA-B
PA-C
PA-D
PA-E
PA-F
PA-G
Declarable Area (county, parish, reservation, etc.)
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DH
DUA
IA
IFG
PA
PA-A
PA-B
PA-C
PA-D
PA-E
PA-F
PA-G
Declarable Area (county, parish, reservation, etc.)
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DH
DUA
IA
IFG
PA
PA-A
PA-B
PA-C
PA-D
PA-E
PA-F
PA-G
Declarable Area (county, parish, reservation, etc.)
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DH
DUA
IA
IFG
PA
PA-A
PA-B
PA-C
PA-D
PA-E
PA-F
PA-G
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DH
DUA
IA
IFG
PA
PA-A
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PA-E
PA-F
PA-G
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DH
DUA
IA
IFG
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PA-G
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DH
DUA
IA
IFG
PA
PA-A
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PA-G
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DH
DUA
IA
IFG
PA
PA-A
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PA-E
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PA-G
Declarable Area (county, parish, reservation, etc.)
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DH
DUA
IA
IFG
PA
PA-A
PA-B
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PA-D
PA-E
PA-F
PA-G
Declarable Area (county, parish, reservation, etc.)
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DH
DUA
IA
IFG
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PA-A
PA-B
PA-C
PA-D
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PA-F
PA-G
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DH
DUA
IA
IFG
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DH
DUA
IA
IFG
PA
PA-A
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PA-G
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PA-G
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DH
DUA
IA
IFG
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PA-G
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IA
IFG
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PA-G
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PA-G
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PA-G
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PA-G
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DH
DUA
IA
IFG
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PA-A
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PA-G
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DH
DUA
IA
IFG
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PA-A
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PA-G
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DH
DUA
IA
IFG
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PA-G
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IA
IFG
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PA-G
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DH
DUA
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IFG
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DH
DUA
IA
IFG
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PA-A
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PA-G
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DH
DUA
IA
IFG
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PA-G
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DUA
IA
IFG
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PA-A
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PA-G
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DH
DUA
IA
IFG
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PA-A
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PA-G
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DH
DUA
IA
IFG
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PA-A
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PA-G
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DH
DUA
IA
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PA-G
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DH
DUA
IA
IFG
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PA-B
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PA-E
PA-F
PA-G
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DH
DUA
IA
IFG
PA
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PA-B
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PA-E
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PA-G
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DH
DUA
IA
IFG
PA
PA-A
PA-B
PA-C
PA-D
PA-E
PA-F
PA-G
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DH
DUA
IA
IFG
PA
PA-A
PA-B
PA-C
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PA-E
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PA-G
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DH
DUA
IA
IFG
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PA-A
PA-B
PA-C
PA-D
PA-E
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PA-G
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DH
DUA
IA
IFG
PA
PA-A
PA-B
PA-C
PA-D
PA-E
PA-F
PA-G
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DH
DUA
IA
IFG
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DUA
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PA-G
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PA-A
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PA-G
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PA-A
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PA-G
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DH
DUA
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PA-G
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PA-A
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PA-F
PA-G
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Disaster Title
DR-1000-KS

Posted on 14 October 2004 | 8:00 pm

1001

1001

Declaration Type
Major Disaster Declaration
Anonymous (not verified) Fri, 10/15/2004 - 00:00
Disaster Summary
SEVERE STORMS & FLOODING
Title/Summary Override
Flooding, Severe Storms
State
North Dakota
Declaration Date
Incident Type
Display button/link to Apply for Assistance
Off
Incident Begin Date
Incident End Date
Entry Date
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DH
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IFG
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PA-A
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PA-E
PA-F
PA-G
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DH
DUA
IA
IFG
PA
PA-A
PA-B
PA-C
PA-D
PA-E
PA-F
PA-G
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DH
DUA
IA
IFG
PA
PA-A
PA-B
PA-C
PA-D
PA-E
PA-F
PA-G
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DH
DUA
IA
IFG
PA
PA-A
PA-B
PA-C
PA-D
PA-E
PA-F
PA-G
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DH
DUA
IA
IFG
PA
PA-A
PA-B
PA-C
PA-D
PA-E
PA-F
PA-G
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DH
DUA
IA
IFG
PA
PA-A
PA-B
PA-C
PA-D
PA-E
PA-F
PA-G
Declarable Area (county, parish, reservation, etc.)
Disaster Title
DR-1001-ND

Posted on 14 October 2004 | 8:00 pm

1000

1000

Declaration Type
Major Disaster Declaration
Anonymous (not verified) Fri, 10/15/2004 - 00:00
Disaster Summary
SEVERE STORMS & FLOODING
Title/Summary Override
Flooding, Severe Storms
State
Kansas
Declaration Date
Incident Type
Display button/link to Apply for Assistance
Off
Incident Begin Date
Incident End Date
Entry Date
Update Date
Closeout Date
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DUA
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PA-A
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IFG
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DUA
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PA-A
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PA-D
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PA-G
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DUA
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PA-A
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PA-G
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DUA
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PA-A
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PA-G
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DUA
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PA-A
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PA-G
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DH
DUA
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IFG
PA
PA-A
PA-B
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PA-D
PA-E
PA-F
PA-G
Declarable Area (county, parish, reservation, etc.)
Disaster Title
DR-1000-KS

Posted on 14 October 2004 | 8:00 pm

1002

1002

Declaration Type
Major Disaster Declaration
Anonymous (not verified) Fri, 10/15/2004 - 00:00
Disaster Summary
SEVERE STORMS AND FLOODING
Title/Summary Override
Flooding, Severe Storms
State
Indiana
Declaration Date
Incident Type
Display button/link to Apply for Assistance
Off
Incident Begin Date
Incident End Date
Entry Date
Update Date
Closeout Date
Declaration Area
Available Programs
DH
DUA
IA
IFG
Declarable Area (county, parish, reservation, etc.)
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DH
DUA
IA
IFG
Declarable Area (county, parish, reservation, etc.)
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DH
DUA
IA
IFG
Declarable Area (county, parish, reservation, etc.)
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DH
DUA
IA
IFG
Declarable Area (county, parish, reservation, etc.)
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DH
DUA
IA
IFG
Declarable Area (county, parish, reservation, etc.)
Available Programs
DH
DUA
IA
IFG
Declarable Area (county, parish, reservation, etc.)
Disaster Title
DR-1002-IN

Posted on 14 October 2004 | 8:00 pm

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Two Days Left of Dose 1 as Center City Vaccination Center Changes Operations

Two Days Left of Dose 1 as Center City Vaccination Center Changes Operations

PHILADELPHIA, PA – Today and tomorrow (May 3 and 4) are the last two days the Center City Vaccination Center (CCVC) will be providing Pfizer Dose 1. Starting at 5pm on May 4, Pfizer Dose 2 will be available to those who work and live in Philadelphia. Due to successful outcomes at the federally-supported, city-managed mass vaccination site, the CCVC is running for three more weeks, with May 25 set to be the last day of operations. The Esperanza Community Vaccination Center (ECVC) will be closing June 4. The City’s initial request was for FEMA to support the sites for eight weeks but it extended FEMA’s mission by four weeks due to the site’s resounding success. As such, FEMA has fulfilled its mission by completing the mandated, agreed-upon time frame of operations.

The CCVC has always had the capability to deliver 6,000 vaccine doses per day, but the site has seen tapering demand, which coincides with the City of Philadelphia’s increased capabilities in providing COVID-19 vaccinations through more than 250 mobile and neighborhood-focused vaccination clinics. This has allowed FEMA to optimize its operational model by decreasing staffing and operational throughput. FEMA continues to right-size staffing for the mission but expects high traffic the next two days with over 4,000 appointments for the Pfizer Dose 1.

Effective May 11, the CCVC will run Pfizer Dose 2 and Johnson & Johnson vaccinations concurrently. To schedule an appointment and find specific information about this site, please visit phila.gov/ccvc. Appointments for the ECVC schedule can be made at phila.gov/ecvc. Philadelphians can also schedule appointments at other city vaccination sites and gets answers to specific questions at phila.gov/health.

By May 5, both the CCVC and ECVC will have delivered nearly 300K vaccines. FEMA has been conducting its own Speaker’s Bureau while supporting City outreach initiatives, including the City’s Speaker’s Bureau, Speaker’s Engagement with community-based organizations (CBO), and trusted messenger tours. Outreach teams have also been reaching under-vaccinated communities by canvassing at grocery stores and high-traffic areas with other city-managed teams. Other items include community outreach organizations visiting the CCVC, such as disability advocacy groups and access and functional needs organizations.

FEMA has been partnering with CBOs and faith-based organizations to increase awareness about the vaccination site and recently supported a successful Deaf Community Vaccination Day at the CCVC. FEMA continues to support the City’s mission to reach the most under-vaccinated communities by mitigating barriers to vaccinations, such as site accessibility, transportation, language, and the technical and digital divide.

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FEMA’s mission is helping people before, during, and after disasters.FEMA Region3sjurisdiction includes Delaware, the District of Columbia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia and West Virginia. Follow us on Twitter attwitter.com/femaregion3 and on LinkedIn at linkedin.com/company/femaregion3

 

amanda.hancher Mon, 05/03/2021 - 20:27

Posted on 3 May 2021 | 4:27 pm

Survivors Beware! Fraud, Scams Flourish After Disasters

Survivors Beware! Fraud, Scams Flourish After Disasters

CLANTON, Ala. – After a disaster, scam artists, identity thieves and other criminals often attempt to take advantage of disaster survivors. Federal and Alabama emergency management officials urge residents to watch for and report any suspicious activity.

When a disaster strikes, unscrupulous people may try to take advantage of survivors by posing as official disaster aid workers or even as relatives trying to help survivors complete their applications.

Common post-disaster fraud practices include:

Fake offers of state or federal aid: Federal and state workers do not solicit or accept money. FEMA and U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) personnel never charge applicants for disaster assistance, inspections or help in completing applications.

Phony housing inspectors: Owners/applicants may be especially vulnerable to phony housing inspectors claiming to represent FEMA. Ask to see the inspector’s identification badge. All federal employees carry official, laminated photo identification. Housing inspectors have each applicant’s nine-digit registration number. Inspectors will call you on the telephone to make an appointment; they will not contact you by email.

There may be occasions when a FEMA representative must contact you to verify personal data.  You should request a FEMA identification number (or FEMA registration number) from the caller.  If you are unsure of the caller’s identification or you are suspicious of someone who says they’re a housing inspector sent by FEMA, call the FEMA Hotline at 800-621-3362 (TTY 800-462-7585) from 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. Central Time.

Phony government workers: You may be contacted by scam artists posing as disaster workers who are seeking money for services.  Federal, State, and local disaster workers do not solicit or accept money. FEMA and U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) staff never charge applicants for disaster assistance, inspections or help in filling out applications. Nor will federal disaster employees promise a disaster grant.

Fraudulent charitable solicitations: A list of reputable charities that are approved by the Better Business Bureau’s Wise Giving Alliance is available at Give.Org. Criminals exploit survivors by sending fraudulent communications through email or social media and by creating phony websites designed to solicit contributions.

The Alliance advises “do not respond to unsolicited emails, watch out for pushy telemarketers and look out for fake charities that sound real by using similar names.” For more information about avoiding charitable giving scams, visit the Federal Trade Commission’s website at www.consumer.ftc.gov/features/scam-alerts.

Rental listing scams: The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has information on how rental listing scams work. For instance, scammers know that finding the right apartment or vacation rental can be hard work, and a seemingly good deal is hard to pass up. Learn more at www.consumer.ftc.gov/articles/0079-rental-listing-scams.

If you have knowledge of fraud, waste or abuse, you can report these tips - 24 hours a day, seven days a week - to the FEMA Disaster Fraud Hotline at 866-720-5721. Or, email disaster@leo.gov.

If you believe you or a loved one has become a victim of a scam or identity theft, report it immediately to your local police or sheriff’s department, or contact the office of the Alabama Attorney General:

For referrals to Alabama’s health and human service agencies as well as community organizations, dial 211, text 888-421-1266, or chat with referral specialists via www.211connectsalabama.org.

For more information on Alabama’s disaster recovery, visit ema.alabama.gov, AlabamaEMA Facebook page, www.fema.gov/disaster/4596 and www.facebook.com/fema.

 

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ron.roth Mon, 05/03/2021 - 19:31

Posted on 3 May 2021 | 3:31 pm

FEMA, VDH Partner to continue Pfizer for 16-17-year-olds at Military Circle Mall

FEMA, VDH Partner to continue Pfizer for 16-17-year-olds at Military Circle Mall

Norfolk, Virginia — As the FEMA-supported Military Circle Mall Community Vaccination Center transitions to the single dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine, beginning May 5 through May 22, in partnership with Virginia Department of Health and the Norfolk Health District, young adults ages 16-17 may continue to receive a 1st dose of the Pfizer vaccine through May 22.

It is critically important that all ages eligible to receive a vaccine have access. At this time the only vaccine approved for young adults ages 16-17 is the Pfizer vaccine, therefore, this Community Vaccination Center will have a limited number of 1st does available for that age group. FEMA and Department of Defense will administer 1st doses of the Pfizer vaccine through May 22, with VDH scheduling and administering 2nd doses.

Walk-ins are welcome, but those interested, can book an appointment ahead of time at www.norfolk.gov/COVID-Vaccine-Information

Vaccine Availability at Military Circle Mall (9 a.m. - 7 p.m., Daily)

  • Single dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine (over the age of 18)
    • May 5 through May 22
  • 1st Doses of Pfizer (16-17 years old only)
    • Individuals who are 16 or 17 will need to have a parent or guardian with them at the vaccination site to receive the vaccine.
    • Now through May 22
  • 2nd Doses of Pfizer
    • Now through May 22

The vaccination center is open daily from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Walk-ins are welcome and those interested in getting their vaccine must bring a valid ID or any document that provides proof of name. 

Reasonable accommodation for people with access and functional needs is available as well as information and onsite interpretation in a variety of languages, including American Sign Language.  

For information on all available clinics visit https://vaccinate.virginia.gov or call 1-877-829-4682.  

For more on the ongoing vaccination efforts in Virginia, visit fema.gov/disaster/4512 or vaemergency.gov

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amanda.hancher Mon, 05/03/2021 - 16:41

Posted on 3 May 2021 | 12:41 pm

One Week Remains to Apply for Federal Disaster Assistance

One Week Remains to Apply for Federal Disaster Assistance

BATON ROUGE, La. – Just one week remains for Louisiana homeowners, renters or business owners who sustained property damage or loss caused by severe winter storms to register and apply for federal disaster assistance. Registration is also available to those who had to relocate to a hotel because their utilities failed, and insurance didn’t cover their hotel stay. The deadline to register for assistance from FEMA and to apply for low-interest disaster loans from the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) is Monday, May 10.

You should register even if you have insurance. FEMA cannot duplicate insurance payments, but eligible homeowners and renters may be able to receive a grant from FEMA for losses not covered by insurance to help pay for basic home repairs, temporary rental assistance and other needs such as replacing personal property.

You may register in one of the following ways:

  • Going online at DisasterAssistance.gov.
  • Downloading the FEMA app.
  • Calling the FEMA Helpline at 800-621-3362 or TTY 800-462-7585

Those who use a relay service such as a videophone, InnoCaption or CapTel should alert FEMA as to the specific number assigned to that service.

FEMA specialists are available at the Helpline to answer your questions about how to register for federal disaster assistance, explain what’s happening with your application and give tips on how you can get help for damage your insurance does not cover.

U.S. Small Business Administration Disaster Loans are available for Louisiana disaster survivors.  

  • For businesses of any size and private nonprofit organizations: up to $2 million for property damage.  
  • For small businesses, smallbusinesses engaged in aquaculture and most private nonprofit organizations: up to $2 million for working capital needs even if they had no property damage, with a $2 million maximum loan for any combination of property damage and working capital needs. 
  • For homeowners:up to $200,000 to repair or replace their primary residence.  
  • For homeowners and renters: up to $40,000 to replace personal property, including vehicles. 

Businesses and residents canapply online at www.sba.gov/funding-programs/disaster-assistance. For questions and assistance completing an application, call 800-659-2955 or email FOCWAssistance@sba.gov.  

For the latest information on severe winter storms, visit fema.gov/disaster/4590. Follow the FEMA Region 6 Twitter account at twitter.com/FEMARegion6.

stuart.lewis Mon, 05/03/2021 - 15:59

Posted on 3 May 2021 | 11:59 am

FEMA Leans Forward in First 100 Days of Biden-Harris Administration

FEMA Leans Forward in First 100 Days of Biden-Harris Administration

WASHINGTON -- FEMA continues to play a significant role in the ongoing battle against COVID-19, delivering on the agency’s commitment to bring vaccinations to hard-to-reach and historically underserved communities during the first 100 days of the Biden-Harris Administration.

The agency has provided more than $4.7 billion to states, tribes, territories and the District of Columbia in support of pandemic response efforts across the country. FEMA’s strong partnerships with state, local, territorial and tribal governments is helping ensure everyone who wants a vaccine can get one, especially communities of color. “Equity is at the core of our federal response and recovery strategy, keeping hard-to-reach and underserved populations around the country at the forefront of decision making and operations,” said FEMA Administrator Deanne Criswell.

“The needs of the community who visit our sites remains a top priority,” said Criswell. “We’re boosting accessibility by providing translation services in more than 180 languages for people with language barriers, as well as deploying our civil rights and disability integration staff to help partners address the needs of people with disabilities in all facets of vaccine center operations.”

FEMA has opened over 30 pilot community vaccination centers and 11 mobile vaccination units across the United States serving hard-to-reach areas. As part of this mission, FEMA developed a Civil Rights Checklist to assist state, tribal and territorial partners in understanding and fulfilling their obligations to provide access to vaccine-related programs, activities and services in an equitable and nondiscriminatory manner.  

“Through our 10 regional offices working with our various partners, we’ve ensured that more than 56% of historically underserved populations have been served through pilot community vaccination centers in cities throughout the country from Yakima County in Washington to Bessemer County in Alabama,” she said.

The vaccine distribution mission is one of several other actions taken by the agency to support the nation. A full list of activities can be found here. The FEMA 100-Days of Action is in large part due to the efforts of the agency’s 10 regional offices.

Here are some highlights:

Region 1 – Leveraging Partnerships, Achieving Results

The region set up a partnership with a group home in Rhode Island for adults with disabilities. The FEMA staff working at the Providence community vaccination center coordinates with this group to provide a sensory room for vaccinations in a separate space at the end of the day with a private entrance.

A group of soilders standing in attention. Soldiers in the front holding a sign stating

 

BOSTON -- FEMA Region 1, along with federal and state partners, commemorates 100k vaccines administered at the Hynes community vaccination center in mid-April.

Region 2 – Bringing Vaccinations to the Northeast Corridor

FEMA Region 2 has opened pilot community vaccination centers in Newark, New Jersey; New York City (Brooklyn and Queens), Albany, Erie, Westchester and Monroe, New York.

The federal pilot community vaccination centers are just one part of the overall support FEMA provides to states and jurisdictions.  FEMA works with each state, tribe and territory to identify COVID-related resource needs and provide tailored resources to support vaccination efforts.  FEMA provides 100% of funding for protective measures against COVID-19 and vaccine-related activities.

FEMA workers assisting a survivor register for a vaccine.

PATERSON, N.J. -- FEMA staff at a community vaccination center at Cavalry Baptist Church help community members with the vaccination process.

Region 3 – Grass Roots Outreach, Multiple Centers Connect the Region with Vaccine Access

Region 3 worked with local, state, private sector and federal partners to identify, build out and open three federal pilot sites focused on ensuring vaccines were accessible to socially vulnerable citizens in Pennsylvania, Maryland and Virginia.  Sites included: Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia, the Greenbelt, Maryland, Metro Station and Military Circle Mall in Norfolk, Va. 

Region 3 also worked with the city of Philadelphia and the state of Pennsylvania to stand up the first Federal Type I Pilot “walk-through” site in the country, located at the Pennsylvania Convention Center.

FEMA Worker holding a umbrella and another working signing a survivor up for vaccinations.

CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- A FEMA staff member assists with logistics at a West Virginia community vaccination center.

FEMA working standing in a Vaccinations Center

PHILADELPHIA -- FEMA staff assists with the City Center community vaccination center.

Region 4 – Setting up Centers to do the Most Good for the Most Vulnerable

In March, FEMA Region 4 worked with state partners to open a community vaccination center at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta. The state-of-the-art facility is accessible by car, bus and rail and is uniquely located to support underserved people in the south and east sides of the metro area and has the space and teams needed to administer up to 6,000 doses a day.

The decision to locate a federal pilot community vaccination center in Atlanta was data-driven, using information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Social Vulnerability Index and population data from the census. FEMA continues working with state partners to locate community vaccination centers where they will be able to do the most good for the most vulnerable populations.

Sgt. Matthew Mattias, a combat medic assigned to to Fort Stewart, Ga., prepares a syringe with the COVID vaccine before administering to a patient in Atlanta’s community vaccination center at Mercedes-Benz Stadium.

ATLANTA -- Sgt. Matthew Mattias prepares a syringe with the COVID-19 vaccine before administering to a patient in the community vaccination center at Mercedes-Benz Stadium.

Spanish Spokesperson Daniel Llargues talks to reporter on the opening of a COVID Vaccination Center

 

MIAMI -- FEMA Spanish Spokesperson Daniel Llargues talks to reporters at the community vaccination center about equitable vaccine distribution and the partnership between local, state and the federal government to run these centers nationwide.

Region 5 – Detroit Center Serves up to 6K Shots Per Day

FEMA Region 5 worked with state partners in the region to open community vaccination centers, including one at Detroit’s Ford Field, providing up to 6,000 shots per day, with a focus on equity in vaccine administration by reaching socially vulnerable, underrepresented populations.

In March, FEMA provided $36M to Wayne County for costs related to the state’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic. This grant funding will help Wayne County and the state of Michigan end this pandemic and expand COVID-19 vaccine availability to individuals who need them most.

Acting FEMA Region 5 Regional Administrator checks in with vaccine recipients at the Cleveland community vaccination center.

CLEVELAND -- Acting Region 5 Regional Administrator Kevin Sligh speaks with a patient before she receives her COVID-19 vaccine at the Wolstein Center.

Region 6 – Working to Expedite Vaccinations Across the Southwest

FEMA Region 6 has opened pilot community vaccination centers in Houston, Arlington and Dallas, Texas; Tulsa, Oklahoma; and Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

FEMA and its federal partners have been supporting states through the federal pilot community vaccination centers to assist, augment and expedite vaccinations across the United States.

men unboxing the covid-19 vaccines outside in front of the fema trailer

HOUSTON -- COVID-19 vaccines delivered to a pilot community vaccination site in Houston.

Region 7 – Vaccinating the Community with up to 3K Shots a Day

FEMA Region 7 opened a pilot communication vaccination center in St. Louis, capable of administering 3,000 shots per day. Community vaccination centers are led by states and may be supported by federal government entities, including FEMA. State governments also determine vaccination priorities and procedures.

A female soldier administrating the covid-19 shot to a male

 

ST. LOUIS -- Vaccinations administered at the Dome community vaccination center. 

Region 8 – Partnership with Indian Health Service Brings Vaccines to Tribal Communities

FEMA Region 8 continues making vaccinations available to communities in a way that has overcome multiple access barriers. The region partnered with Indian Health Service on mobile vaccinations units that offered refrigeration capabilities that enabled delivery of vaccinations in rural tribal communities, allowing 16- and 17-year-old tribal members access to vaccines.

A woman standing beside a woman in a chair beside a nurse seating at a table

 

SISSETON, S.D. -- A nurse with Indian Health Service provides information to the community.

Region 9 – More than 50 Percent of Adults Vaccinated on the Navajo Nation

The first two pilot federal community vaccination centers in the country were established in Los Angeles and Oakland, California. In eight weeks, 62% of individuals vaccinated at the California community vaccination centers were people of color.

With more than 150 tribal nations, Region 9 also deployed federal staff to clinics on the Navajo Nation. Last year, the Navajo Nation experienced the highest per capita rate of COVID-19 infection in the country, and this year the tribe became the first tribe, state or territory in the region to vaccinate more than 50% of adults.

A woman standing in front of a male and and female solider looking at a table. All 3 of them are wearing face mask and shields

 

LOS ANGELES -- A Spanish interpreter assists DOD staff at the Cal State LA community vaccination center.

Region 10 – Pilot Centers Operating in Oregon and Washington

FEMA Region 10 has opened pilot community vaccination centers in Central Point, Oregon and Yakima, Washington.

The federal government has provided critical support in the form of personnel, supplies and/or funding to help establish or expand state-led community vaccination centers nationwide.

medical professional standing around a table

ANCHORAGE, Alaska -- FEMA awarded over $11M to Alaska to reimburse the operation of COVID-19 testing sites in Anchorage, Alaska.

zella.campbell Sat, 05/01/2021 - 19:17

Posted on 1 May 2021 | 3:17 pm

FEMA Awards $50 million to Nebraska for Spencer Dam Project

FEMA Awards $50 million to Nebraska for Spencer Dam Project

KANSAS CITY – The Federal Emergency Management Agency has obligated more than $50 million to the to the State of Nebraska for the Spencer Hydroelectric plant and dam as a direct result of major disaster declaration FEMA-DR-4420-NE.

During the incident period of 3/9/2019 through 7/14/2019, A Severe Winter Strom, Straight Line Winds and Flooding caused damages to the Spencer Hydroelectric plant and dam. Heavy rain on frozen ground followed by a blizzard created a record runoff breaking up ice on the Niobrara River. Large chunks of ice floating in the flood waters overtopped the embankment and spillway structure breaching the embankment in two locations causing catastrophic damages to the Spencer Hydro Electric plant and dam.

Funding of approximately $50 million (75 percent federal share of total project cost) was obligated to assist the Nebraska Public Power District in either its repairs to the Spencer Hydroelectric Facility and Dam to restore the facilities back to pre-disaster design, capacity and function, or towards an Improved or Alternate project.

The Public Assistance Program provides grants to state and local governments and certain non-profit entities to assist them with the response to and recovery from disasters. Specifically, the program provides assistance for debris removal, emergency protective measures, and permanent restoration of infrastructure.

zella.campbell Sat, 05/01/2021 - 18:44

Posted on 1 May 2021 | 2:44 pm

Shoshone County Facing Probation from the National Flood Insurance Program

Shoshone County Facing Probation from the National Flood Insurance Program

BOTHELL, Wash. – Shoshone County, Idaho, will be placed on probationary status by the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) on July 1, 2021, due to deficiencies and violations with the county’s floodplain management program unless the County can either remediate all outstanding violations or prepare a compliance plan approved by FEMA.

Shoshone County is an NFIP-participating community with 61 flood insurance policies in force with a total coverage of more than $10 million as of April  2, 2021.

When a community joins the NFIP, it voluntarily adopts local floodplain management regulations to meet NFIP minimum floodplain management criteria. Placement on probation is a formal notice to the community that the local floodplain management program is not compliant with the criteria of the NFIP and is the first step in the process to suspend the community’s eligibility to participate in the NFIP.

Unless the County either remediates the violations or completes a compliance plan approved by FEMA,the probation period will begin on July 1, 2021 and be in effect for one year.

Program deficiencies include:

  1. Noncompliant floodplain management regulations.
  2. Failure to maintain an adequate permitting process to ensure development in the Special Flood Hazard Area (SFHA) is properly permitted and inspected to certify/confirm compliance with the permit.
  3. Failure to maintain adequate documentation to demonstrate permitted development follows minimum regulations.
  4. Failure to enforce the minimum floodplain management regulations when the documentation that is provided demonstrates a violation.

Violations include:

  1. Buildings constructed in the SFHA on solid foundation walls without the required flood openings.
  2. Lack of evidence of compliance certification for development in the SFHA.
  3. Lack of permits for development in the SFHA.

While FEMA has worked with Shoshone County to gain compliance, the county has failed to submit the requested documentation to demonstrate compliance with the NFIP. Accordingly, FEMA is prepared to place Shoshone County on probation with the NFIP.

During the probationary period, flood insurance coverage will remain available within Shoshone County. However, a $50 surcharge will be added to the premium of each new and renewed flood insurance policy sold within the community for at least one year from the effective date of probation. Each flood insurance policyholder in unincorporated Shoshone County will receive a notice about the impending probation and the $50 surcharge.

Failure to correct identified deficiencies and to improve the floodplain management program within Shoshone County during the probationary period can lead to suspension from the NFIP. Flood insurance from the NFIP is no longer available for purchase for communities on suspension. If a flood disaster occurs in a suspended community, most types of federal disaster assistance would not be available. This includes the acquisition, construction, or repair of insurable structures within the SFHA as well as federal assistance to individuals and households for housing and personal property.

FEMA will continue to provide technical assistance and guidance to the county to resolve program deficiencies and correct the violations to help ensure that Shoshone County residents and property owners continue to have flood insurance coverage available.

zella.campbell Sat, 05/01/2021 - 18:39

Posted on 1 May 2021 | 2:39 pm

Center City Vaccination Center in Philadelphia to Administer J&J Vaccine on May 1st

Center City Vaccination Center in Philadelphia to Administer J&J Vaccine on May 1st

PHILADELPHIA, PA ­­– Since March 3, 2021, Philadelphia’s Center City Vaccination Center (CCVC), located at the Pennsylvania Convention Center at 1101 Arch Street, has administered over 280,000 first and second doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine.

On May 1, 2021, this federally supported clinic will administer the single-dose Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine for one day only from 8 am to 5 pm. This vaccine only requires one shot, not two. It is approved for individuals 18 years of age and older according to the CDC. Philadelphia residents and those who work in Philadelphia are eligible for the vaccine. Several other City of Philadelphia clinics also have appointments for the Johnson & Johnson vaccine at www.phila.gov/health.

The J&J vaccines will be provided by appointment only. Appointments can be scheduled at http://bit.ly/jj-onedayonly. If residents or people who work in Philadelphia do not have internet access, have issues filling out the online form, or need the form in an additional language, they should call 3-1-1.

The CCVC will continue providing Pfizer vaccines, which are available by appointment or through walk-up opportunities. Pfizer Dose 1 is only available through May 4th. Pfizer Dose 2 becomes available on May 5th and will remain available for three weeks. For more information and what to expect when getting vaccinated at the CCVC, please visit: www.phila.gov/CCVC.

The CCVC is an interagency partnership, a City of Philadelphia vaccination site supported by FEMA with City, federal, DoD and Pennsylvania National Guard staff working hand in hand in support of safe, equitable and timely distribution of up to 6,000 vaccines per day. Coupled with the federally supported Esperanza vaccination site, FEMA has supported the City of Philadelphia with nearly 300,000 vaccines delivered to date. To check current vaccine eligibility in Philadelphia, please visit the Philadelphia Department of Public Health website

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gabriel.lugo Fri, 04/30/2021 - 21:23

Posted on 30 April 2021 | 5:23 pm

FEMA Awards $12.8 Million for Hurricane Irma Recovery in Florida

FEMA Awards $12.8 Million for Hurricane Irma Recovery in Florida

ORLANDO, Fla. – FEMA has awarded $12,883,938 for the State of Florida to reimburse applicants for emergency measures, debris removal and sand and dune renourishment costs associated with Hurricane Irma in 2017.

The FEMA Public Assistance program grants include:

  • Collier County: $6,631,348 for emergency measures including debris removal from public roads, property and rights-of-way and also the cost of generators, barricades, security and shelter.
  • Collier County: $5,224,285 for removal of more than 18,400 cubic yards of vegetative, construction, demolition and mixed debris from public roads, property, rights-of-way, waterways and canals throughout the county.
  • Indian River County: $1,028,305 for sand and dune restoration including 128,300 cubic yards of replacement sand from onshore sand mines.

The program provides grants to state, tribal and local governments, and certain types of private nonprofit organizations, including some houses of worship, so communities can quickly respond to and recover from major disasters or emergencies. The Florida Division of Emergency Management works with FEMA during all phases of the program and conducts final reviews of FEMA-approved projects.

The federal share for Public Assistance projects is not less than 75 percent of the eligible cost. The state determines how the nonfederal share of the cost of a project (up to 25 percent) is split with subrecipients such as local and county governments.

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FEMA’s mission is helping people before, during, and after disasters.

barbara.murien… Fri, 04/30/2021 - 14:38

Posted on 30 April 2021 | 10:38 am

FEMA Provides $19 Million to Kettering Health Network

FEMA Provides $19 Million to Kettering Health Network

CHICAGO – The U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and Ohio Emergency Management Agency announced today that $19,082,588 in federal funding has been made available to Kettering Health Network for costs related to the state’s response to COVID-19 under the federal disaster declaration of March 31, 2020.

This funding will reimburse Kettering Health Network for costs to provide emergency healthcare related to the COVID-19 pandemic. Kettering Health Network set up temporary community-based testing sites at Southview Medical Center in Centerville and Huber Heights Health Center in Huber Heights.

“Testing has been so important to help stop the spread of this virus,” said Kevin M. Sligh, acting regional administrator, FEMA Region 5. “For more than a year, FEMA has been committed to helping ensure the availability of critical support services to the state of Ohio. We remain committed to this mission and are now focused on putting an end to this pandemic.”

“Kettering Health Network is one of numerous health and medical centers in Ohio that not only provides testing for coronavirus, but helps to raise public awareness about the importance of COVID-19 vaccinations,” said Governor Mike DeWine. “With this grant assistance from the Federal Emergency Management Agency, the Kettering Health Network will continue its work to ensure residents in the Miami Valley area have the proper information and resources needed to test for and combat COVID-19.”

“I would like to thank FEMA Region 5 for its ongoing funding support to not only our cities and counties, but our frontline hospitals in Ohio,” said Sima Merick, executive director, Ohio Emergency Management Agency. “This federal funding allows the Kettering Health Network to continue its great work of providing COVID-19 testing to its residents.”

FEMA provides a 100 percent federal share of eligible reimbursable expenses for this project.  

FEMA’s Public Assistance Program provides funding to local government jurisdictions and eligible private non-profits for the repair, replacement, or restoration of disaster-damaged infrastructure as well as costs incurred for emergency actions taken to protect lives or property.  To learn more, visit FEMA’s website at www.fema.gov/public-assistance-local-state-tribal-and-non-profit. For more information about FEMA’s COVID-19 vaccine support efforts, visit www.fema.gov/disasters/coronavirus/vaccine-support.

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troy.christensen Fri, 04/30/2021 - 14:09

Posted on 30 April 2021 | 10:09 am

American Radio Relay League | Ham Radio Association and Resources

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Posted on 6 May 2021 | 3:33 pm

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Posted on 6 May 2021 | 3:33 pm

Spring Radio Club of America QSO Party is Saturday, May 8

The semiannual Radio Club of America (RCA) QSO Party takes place on May 8. “Band conditions are still not their best but we still expect plenty of QSOs,” RCA Executive Vice President Chip Cohen, W1YW, said. “Come join the fun and contact other club hams and the club’s station, W2RCA. All are welcome.” The QSO party is open to RCA members and non-members and is SSB only. Activity begins at 1800 ...

Posted on 5 May 2021 | 4:23 pm

Very High Speed Club Special Event is Active During May

Special event call sign OZ60VHSC will commemorate the 60th anniversary of the founding of the Very High Speed Club (VHSC) on May 1, 1961. Leading the group at its founding were PA0LXL, DL1XA, and DJ4KW, who sought operators who could copy at 40 WPM solid for at least 30 minutes, encouraging CW traffic in general and QRQ (high-speed) traffic in particular. Members sponsor new membership candidat...

Posted on 4 May 2021 | 4:47 pm

Intrepid-DX Group Adds a Second Physician to Bouvet Island DXpedition Team

“Bouvet is like the Mount Everest of DXCC entities,” 3Y0J DXpedition co-leader Paul Ewing, N6PSE, said. “It is among the most challenging entities to activate due to significant transportation costs and personal sacrifices required by the team to make the 42-day round trip. Fortunately, Bouvet is not our first mountain.”

Ewing reports that Mike Crownover, AB5EB, a veteran emergency room physicia...

Posted on 4 May 2021 | 4:34 pm

Nationwide Spring Drill Set for May 8, World Red Cross Day

The Red Cross Emergency Communication Training Group is holding its nationwide Spring Drill on World Red Cross Day, Saturday, May 8, 2021. Individuals are invited to participate. Last year, more than 1,000 participated in the initial spring drill.

The bar has been raised to Winlink proficiency for this year’s drill. Red Cross forms are integrated as templates in Winlink Express, and hams using W...

Posted on 3 May 2021 | 2:46 pm

Russian Robinson Club Announces Activation of Rare IOTA Islands in the Aleutians

The Russian Robinson Club (RRC) has resumed its plans to activate rare Kiska Island (IOTA NA-070) and Adak Island (IOTA NA-039) in Alaska’s Aleutian Islands chain in July for Islands on the Air (IOTA) enthusiasts. Plans to activate these islands in 2020 were called off because of COVID-19 concerns.

The uninhabited Kiska Island (52.06° N, 177.57° E) lies in the North Pacific’s treacherous Bering...

Posted on 3 May 2021 | 12:46 pm

ARRL Executive Committee to Meet May 3 in Virtual Session

The ARRL Executive Committee will meet in virtual session on Monday, May 3. Topics on the agenda include FCC Counsel’s report and FCC matters; Volunteer Monitor Program report, and Legislative Advocacy Committee report. The agenda has been posted on the ARRL website. 

Posted on 30 April 2021 | 4:57 pm

North American QSO Parties to Recognize Young Contester Entries

To encourage young radiosport participants, National Contest Journal (NCJ) will recognize their entries in the North American QSO Party (NAQP), starting with the August 2021 NAQP CW and NAQP SSB events. Following the lead of Youth on the Air (YOTA) in International Amateur Radio Union Region 1 (IARU), operators 25 years old and younger will be highlighted in the results.

The NAQP log upload app ...

Posted on 30 April 2021 | 12:15 pm

ARRL Executive Committee Nominates Joel Harrison, W5ZN, to be Next IARU Secretary

At its April 5 meeting via Zoom, the ARRL Executive Committee (EC) nominated past ARRL President Joel Harrison, W5ZN, to become the next Secretary of the International Amateur Radio Union (IARU). The incumbent Secretary, David Sumner, K1ZZ, has announced his intention to step down on July 1. ARRL International Affairs Vice President Rod Stafford, W6ROD, explained that ARRL, as IARU Secretariat,...

Posted on 30 April 2021 | 11:41 am

The K7RA Solar Update

Posted on 30 April 2021 | 8:58 am

Support ARRL When Shopping for Mother’s Day

Mother’s Day is Sunday, May 9. If you’re looking for the perfect gift, shop at AmazonSmile and choose American Radio Relay League Inc. (ARRL) as your charity of choice. With every purchase you make at AmazonSmile, Amazon will make a contribution to ARRL. This helps ARRL to extend its reach in public service, advocacy, education, technology, and membership.

Make Mom smile while supporting amateur...

Posted on 29 April 2021 | 4:14 pm

ARISS-USA Seeks Volunteers to Further its Mission

The US segment of Amateur Radio on the International Space Station (ARISS-USA) is seeking volunteers to support its mission. ARISS-USA is best known for providing opportunities, mostly for students, to speak via ham radio with astronauts on board the ISS. Less known is its important role in providing and supporting amateur radio equipment for the ISS (NA1SS), which could offer back-up communica...

Posted on 29 April 2021 | 10:10 am

ARRL Awards Colvin Grant to 3Y0J Bouvet Island DXpedition in 2023

ARRL has awarded a Colvin Grant of $5,000 to the Intrepid-DX Group to help in funding its 3Y0J DXpedition to Bouvet Island, scheduled for January to February 2023. Paul Ewing, N6PSE, and Ken Opskar, LA7GIA, will share leadership for the 14-person multinational team. A dependency of Norway, Bouvet is a sub-Antarctic island in the South Atlantic. It is the second-most-wanted DXCC entity, behind N...

Posted on 29 April 2021 | 10:03 am




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Posted on 4 May 2021 | 1:01 pm

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Mississippi
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Posted on 4 May 2021 | 11:01 am

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4598

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Major Disaster Declaration
Anonymous (not verified) Tue, 05/04/2021 - 15:01
Disaster Summary
SEVERE WINTER STORMS
State
Mississippi
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$0.00
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$0.00
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4597

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Anonymous (not verified) Wed, 04/28/2021 - 15:01
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Posted on 28 April 2021 | 11:01 am

4597

4597

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Anonymous (not verified) Wed, 04/28/2021 - 15:01
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SEVERE WINTER STORM AND SNOWSTORM
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Total Obligated Amt PA Approved
$0.00
Total Number IA Approved
0.00
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$0.00
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$0.00
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DR-4597-NJ
HMGP Dollars Obligated
$0.00

Posted on 28 April 2021 | 11:01 am

5386

5386

Declaration Type
Fire Management Assistance Declaration
Anonymous (not verified) Tue, 04/27/2021 - 18:44
Disaster Summary
THREE RIVERS FIRE
State
New Mexico
Declaration Date
Incident Type
Total Amt IHP Approved
$0.00
Total Amt HA Approved
$0.00
Total Amt ONA Approved
$0.00
Total Obligated Amt PA Approved
$0.00
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0.00
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$0.00
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$0.00
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Disaster Title
FM-5386-NM
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$0.00

Posted on 27 April 2021 | 2:44 pm

5386

5386

Declaration Type
Fire Management Assistance Declaration
Anonymous (not verified) Tue, 04/27/2021 - 18:44
Disaster Summary
THREE RIVERS FIRE
State
New Mexico
Declaration Date
Incident Type
Total Amt IHP Approved
$0.00
Total Amt HA Approved
$0.00
Total Amt ONA Approved
$0.00
Total Obligated Amt PA Approved
$0.00
Total Number IA Approved
0.00
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$0.00
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$0.00
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Disaster Title
FM-5386-NM
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$0.00

Posted on 27 April 2021 | 2:44 pm

4596

4596

Declaration Type
Major Disaster Declaration
Anonymous (not verified) Mon, 04/26/2021 - 18:01
Disaster Summary
SEVERE STORMS, STRAIGHT-LINE WINDS, AND TORNADOES
State
Alabama
Declaration Date
Incident Type
Total Amt IHP Approved
$216769.16
Total Amt HA Approved
$174427.25
Total Amt ONA Approved
$42341.91
Total Obligated Amt PA Approved
$0.00
Total Number IA Approved
46.00
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$0.00
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$0.00
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Disaster Title
DR-4596-AL
HMGP Dollars Obligated
$0.00

Posted on 26 April 2021 | 2:01 pm

4596

4596

Declaration Type
Major Disaster Declaration
Anonymous (not verified) Mon, 04/26/2021 - 18:01
Disaster Summary
SEVERE STORMS, STRAIGHT-LINE WINDS, AND TORNADOES
State
Alabama
Declaration Date
Incident Type
Total Amt IHP Approved
$216769.16
Total Amt HA Approved
$174427.25
Total Amt ONA Approved
$42341.91
Total Obligated Amt PA Approved
$0.00
Total Number IA Approved
46.00
Total Amt Obligated Amt Cat AA
$0.00
Total Amt Obligated Amt Cat C2G
$0.00
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Disaster Title
DR-4596-AL
HMGP Dollars Obligated
$0.00

Posted on 26 April 2021 | 2:01 pm

4595

4595

Declaration Type
Major Disaster Declaration
Anonymous (not verified) Fri, 04/23/2021 - 22:01
Disaster Summary
SEVERE, STORMS, FLOODING, LANDSLIDES, AND MUDSLIDES
State
Kentucky
Declaration Date
Incident Type
Total Amt IHP Approved
$1436534.72
Total Amt HA Approved
$1174685.17
Total Amt ONA Approved
$261849.55
Total Obligated Amt PA Approved
$0.00
Total Number IA Approved
261.00
Total Amt Obligated Amt Cat AA
$0.00
Total Amt Obligated Amt Cat C2G
$0.00
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PA-A
PA
HM
Declarable Area (county, parish, reservation, etc.)
Disaster Title
DR-4595-KY
HMGP Dollars Obligated
$0.00

Posted on 23 April 2021 | 6:01 pm

4595

4595

Declaration Type
Major Disaster Declaration
Anonymous (not verified) Fri, 04/23/2021 - 22:01
Disaster Summary
SEVERE, STORMS, FLOODING, LANDSLIDES, AND MUDSLIDES
State
Kentucky
Declaration Date
Incident Type
Total Amt IHP Approved
$1436534.72
Total Amt HA Approved
$1174685.17
Total Amt ONA Approved
$261849.55
Total Obligated Amt PA Approved
$0.00
Total Number IA Approved
261.00
Total Amt Obligated Amt Cat AA
$0.00
Total Amt Obligated Amt Cat C2G
$0.00
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Declarable Area (county, parish, reservation, etc.)
Disaster Title
DR-4595-KY
HMGP Dollars Obligated
$0.00

Posted on 23 April 2021 | 6:01 pm

4594

4594

Declaration Type
Major Disaster Declaration
Anonymous (not verified) Wed, 04/21/2021 - 23:02
Disaster Summary
SEVERE WINTER STORMS
State
Tennessee
Declaration Date
Incident Type
Total Amt IHP Approved
$0.00
Total Amt HA Approved
$0.00
Total Amt ONA Approved
$0.00
Total Obligated Amt PA Approved
$0.00
Total Number IA Approved
0.00
Total Amt Obligated Amt Cat AA
$0.00
Total Amt Obligated Amt Cat C2G
$0.00
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Disaster Title
DR-4594-TN
HMGP Dollars Obligated
$0.00

Posted on 21 April 2021 | 7:02 pm

4594

4594

Declaration Type
Major Disaster Declaration
Anonymous (not verified) Wed, 04/21/2021 - 23:02
Disaster Summary
SEVERE WINTER STORMS
State
Tennessee
Declaration Date
Incident Type
Total Amt IHP Approved
$0.00
Total Amt HA Approved
$0.00
Total Amt ONA Approved
$0.00
Total Obligated Amt PA Approved
$0.00
Total Number IA Approved
0.00
Total Amt Obligated Amt Cat AA
$0.00
Total Amt Obligated Amt Cat C2G
$0.00
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Disaster Title
DR-4594-TN
HMGP Dollars Obligated
$0.00

Posted on 21 April 2021 | 7:02 pm

5385

5385

Declaration Type
Fire Management Assistance Declaration
Anonymous (not verified) Mon, 04/12/2021 - 20:42
Disaster Summary
MARGO FIRE
State
Arizona
Declaration Date
Incident Type
Total Amt IHP Approved
$0.00
Total Amt HA Approved
$0.00
Total Amt ONA Approved
$0.00
Total Obligated Amt PA Approved
$0.00
Total Number IA Approved
0.00
Total Amt Obligated Amt Cat AA
$0.00
Total Amt Obligated Amt Cat C2G
$0.00
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PA-H
PA-B
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Disaster Title
FM-5385-AZ
HMGP Dollars Obligated
$0.00

Posted on 12 April 2021 | 4:42 pm

5385

5385

Declaration Type
Fire Management Assistance Declaration
Anonymous (not verified) Mon, 04/12/2021 - 20:42
Disaster Summary
MARGO FIRE
State
Arizona
Declaration Date
Incident Type
Total Amt IHP Approved
$0.00
Total Amt HA Approved
$0.00
Total Amt ONA Approved
$0.00
Total Obligated Amt PA Approved
$0.00
Total Number IA Approved
0.00
Total Amt Obligated Amt Cat AA
$0.00
Total Amt Obligated Amt Cat C2G
$0.00
Display button/link to Apply for Assistance
Off
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Update Date
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HM
PA-H
PA-B
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Disaster Title
FM-5385-AZ
HMGP Dollars Obligated
$0.00

Posted on 12 April 2021 | 4:42 pm

4593

4593

Declaration Type
Major Disaster Declaration
Anonymous (not verified) Thu, 04/08/2021 - 18:44
Disaster Summary
SEVERE WINTER STORM, STRAIGHT-LINE WINDS, FLOODING, LANDSLIDES, AND MUDSLIDES
State
Washington
Declaration Date
Incident Type
Total Amt IHP Approved
$0.00
Total Amt HA Approved
$0.00
Total Amt ONA Approved
$0.00
Total Obligated Amt PA Approved
$0.00
Total Number IA Approved
0.00
Total Amt Obligated Amt Cat AA
$0.00
Total Amt Obligated Amt Cat C2G
$0.00
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PA-A
PA
HM
Declarable Area (county, parish, reservation, etc.)
Disaster Title
DR-4593-WA
HMGP Dollars Obligated
$0.00

Posted on 8 April 2021 | 2:44 pm

4593

4593

Declaration Type
Major Disaster Declaration
Anonymous (not verified) Thu, 04/08/2021 - 18:44
Disaster Summary
SEVERE WINTER STORM, STRAIGHT-LINE WINDS, FLOODING, LANDSLIDES, AND MUDSLIDES
State
Washington
Declaration Date
Incident Type
Total Amt IHP Approved
$0.00
Total Amt HA Approved
$0.00
Total Amt ONA Approved
$0.00
Total Obligated Amt PA Approved
$0.00
Total Number IA Approved
0.00
Total Amt Obligated Amt Cat AA
$0.00
Total Amt Obligated Amt Cat C2G
$0.00
Display button/link to Apply for Assistance
Off
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Entry Date
Update Date
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PA-D
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PA
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PA
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PA
Declarable Area (county, parish, reservation, etc.)
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PA-G
PA-F
PA-E
PA-D
PA-C
PA-B
PA-A
PA
HM
Declarable Area (county, parish, reservation, etc.)
Disaster Title
DR-4593-WA
HMGP Dollars Obligated
$0.00

Posted on 8 April 2021 | 2:44 pm