June 13, 2020

FEMA Daily Operations Briefing for June 13, 2020 Significant Activity - June 12-13, 2020 National Current Operations & Monitoring Significant Incidents or Threats:                  •  Flash possible – Southeast Coast•  Critical fire weather – Central Great Basin, Southwest & Central to Southern Plains•  COVID-19  Tropical Activity:•  Atlantic: No new tropical cyclones expected during the next five days•  Eastern Pacific: No new tropical cyclones expected during the next five days•  Central Pacific: No new tropical cyclones expected during the next five days Declaration Activity: •  Major Disaster Declaration request – Arkansas   FEMA Daily...

June 12, 2020

FEMA Daily Operations Briefing for June 12, 2020 Significant Activity - June 11-12, 2020 National Current Operations & Monitoring Significant Incidents or Threats:                  •  Big Horn Fire, AZ  •  Heavy rain and flash possible – Coastal Carolinas•  Critical fire weather – Central Great Basin to Southwest•  COVID-19  Tropical Activity:•  Atlantic: No new tropical cyclones expected during the next five days•  Eastern:    o  Disturbance 1: Low (10%)•  Central Pacific: No new tropical cyclones expected during the next five days Declaration Activity: •  FMAG Approval: Big Horn Fire, AZ   FEMA Daily Ops...

FEMA Releases Latest State-by-State Data on PPE

WASHINGTON – As FEMA, under the direction of the White House Task Force, has led the whole-of-America response to the COVID-19 pandemic for the past several weeks, billions of essential resources and protective equipment have been delivered throughout the nation.As of June 10, FEMA, HHS, and Project Airbridge combined have coordinated the delivery of, or are currently shipping: 94.7 million N-95 respirators, 149.2 million surgical masks, 14.3 million face shields, 44.6 million surgical gowns and over 1 billion gloves. Additionally, as of June 10, FEMA has made 14,752 deliveries of medical...

El público ya puede ver los mapas de inundaciones preliminares para el condado de Somervell, Texas

DENTON, Texas – Los Mapas Preliminares de Tasas del Seguro contra Inundaciones (FIRM, por sus siglas en inglés) están disponibles para la revisión de los residentes y los empresarios en Glen Rose y las zonas no incorporadas.  Los funcionarios recomiendan que los propietarios revisen los datos más actualizados para aprender sobre los riesgos de inundación y los posibles requisitos futuros del seguro contra inundaciones.Para esta Revisión de Mapas Físicos, los FIRM cumplen varios fines, tales como la definición de las Áreas Especiales de Riesgo de Inundación (SFHA, por sus siglas en...

June 11, 2020

FEMA Daily Operations Briefing for June 11, 2020 Significant Activity - June 10-11, 2020 National Current Operations & Monitoring Significant Incidents or Threats:                  •  COVID-19 •  Heavy rain and flash flooding possible - Carolinas Tropical Activity:•  Atlantic:    o Disturbance 1: Low (10%)•  Eastern:   o Disturbance 1: Low (10%)•  Eastern/Central Pacific: No new tropical cyclones expected during the next five days Declaration Activity: None FEMA Daily Ops Briefing 06-11-2020.pdf This email was sent to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. using GovDelivery Communications Cloud on behalf of FEMA · U.S. Department of Homeland Security · Washington,...

Preliminary Flood Maps for Somervell County, Texas are Ready for Public

DENTON, Texas – Preliminary Flood Insurance Rate Maps (FIRMs) are available for review by residents and business owners in Glen Rose and unincorporated areas of Somervell County.  Officials encourage property owners to review the latest information to learn about local flood risks and potential future flood insurance requirements.For this Physical Map Revision, the Flood Insurance Rate Maps (FIRMs) serve multiple purposes, including defining Special Flood Hazard Areas (SFHAs) and setting rates for flood insurance. SFHAs are areas at high risk for flooding. Communities and residents can use the information to make...

June 10, 2020

FEMA Daily Operations Briefing for June 10, 2020 Significant Activity - June 9-10, 2020 National Current Operations & Monitoring Significant Incidents or Threats:                  •  COVID-19 •  Post-Tropical Depression Cristobal - FINAL •  Severe thunderstorms possible - Ohio Valley to Great Lakes, MId-Atlantic and Northeast•  Heavy rain and flash flooding possible - Great Lakes Tropical Activity:•  Atlantic:    o Disturbance 1: Low (10%)•  Eastern/Central Pacific: No new tropical cyclones expected during the next five days Declaration Activity: •  Major Disaster Declaration Request – Alabama FEMA Daily Ops Briefing 06-10-2020.pdf This email was...

June 9, 2020

FEMA Daily Operations Briefing for June 9, 2020 Significant Activity - June 8-9, 2020 National Current Operations & Monitoring Significant Incidents or Threats:                  •  COVID-19 •  Tropical Depression Cristobal•  Flash Flooding possible – Gulf Coast to the Upper Mississippi Valley•  Critical Fire Weather possible – Portions of CA, AZ, NM, UT, TX & CO Tropical Activity:•  Atlantic:    o Disturbance 1: Low (10%)•  Eastern/Central Pacific: No new tropical cyclones expected during the next five days Declaration Activity: •  Major Disaster Declaration Request – Mississippi FEMA Daily Ops Briefing 06-09-2020.pdf This email...

June 8, 2020

FEMA Daily Operations Briefing for June 8, 2020 Significant Activity - June 7-8, 2020 National Current Operations & Monitoring Significant Incidents or Threats:                  •  COVID-19 •  Civil unrest and protest – Final•  Severe thunderstorms possible – Northern/Central Plains•  Heavy Rain and Flash Flooding possible – Lower/Middle Mississippi•  Critical Fire Weather possible – Southern CA, Southwest, Southern/Central Plains Tropical Activity:•  Atlantic:    o Tropical Depression Cristobal   o Disturbance 1: Low (10%)•  Eastern/Central Pacific: No new tropical cyclones expected during the next five days Declaration Activity: •  Approval: Emergency Declaration – LA   FEMA Daily Ops...

President Donald J. Trump Approves Louisiana Emergency Declaration

WASHINGTON -- Today, President Donald J. Trump declared that an emergency exists in the State of Louisiana and ordered federal assistance to supplement state, tribal, and local response efforts due to the emergency conditions resulting from Tropical Storm Cristobal beginning on June 5, 2020, and continuing.The President's action authorizes FEMA to coordinate all federal disaster relief efforts to save lives and to protect property and public health and safety, and to lessen or avert the threat of a catastrophe.Public Assistance Category B emergency protective measures, limited to direct federal assistance and...