FEMA is working with state, local, tribal, and territorial partners to respond to the impacts of the storm.
When it comes to disaster response, the entire community has a role to play.
See FEMA's video, Disaster Response is a Team Effort, to see how this works.
If you are in the path of the storm:
Thursday, September 13, 2018
Posted by Lloyd Colston at 11:10 AM
Wednesday, September 05, 2018
As a new semester begins, add fire safety to your college preparation list!
From 2000-2015, the U.S. Fire Administrationreports 85 fatal fires in dorms, fraternities, sororities, and off-campus housing. The specific causes of fires in college housing include cooking, candles, smoking, and overloaded power strips. Follow these tips to be fire safe:
Do not let a campus fire ruin your semester. Take action now, and know how to prevent fires by visiting:
Posted by Lloyd Colston at 1:38 PM
Wednesday, August 29, 2018
Flash floods happen quickly. Learn how you can prepare in advance.
According to the National Weather Service, the causes of flash flooding include heavy rain, ice, debris jams, and levee or dam failure. These floods exhibit a rapid rise of water over low-lying areas. In some cases, flooding may even occur away from where heavy rain initially fell.
Follow these tips from Ready.gov to make sure you, your family, and your home prepare for a flash flood:
For more flood safety information, download the How to Prepare for a Flood guide.
Posted by Lloyd Colston at 1:35 PM
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