Alabama HAZUS User Group (ALHUG)
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News from Region IV
- How to Appeal a FEMA Decision
RIDGELAND, Miss. – Some survivors, who registered for federal disaster assistance after the March storms and flooding, may have received a letter from the Federal Emergency Management Agency that says they are ineligible. However, the reason for the decision may be something that can be easily fixed, such as providing insurance documents or new contact information.
Applicants can appeal any FEMA decision.English
- FEMA Helpline Can Assist Disaster Survivors
RIDGELAND, Miss. – The disaster recovery centers operated jointly by the Mississippi Emergency Management Agency and the Federal Emergency Management Agency are closed, but help is still available for Mississippians affected by the March floods.
The FEMA helpline can assist with appeals, answer questions, provide the status of applications and discuss the documents needed to move an application forward.English
- Kentucky Community Recognized for Reducing Flood Risks
ATLANTA --The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) recognized Louisville-Jefferson County, Ky as a premier participant in the National Flood Insurance Program’s (NFIP) Community Rating System (CRS). With additional steps the community has taken, Louisville-Jefferson County is now the first community in Kentucky, and only the second in the eastern US, to receive a CRS Class 3 rating.English