Idaho HAZUS User Group (IDHUG)
- Idaho Flood Hazard Maps
- Existing and Planned LiDAR Datasets
- Emergency Management Institute
- Idaho's Geospatial Data Clearinghouse
- Idaho Bureau of Homeland Security - Mitigation
Acting IDHUG Chair
Idaho Department of Water Resources
Water Compliance Bureau
322 East Front Street
Boise, ID 83720-0098
What We Do
Generating better data and partnering for a unified approach to risk assessment in communities.
Why We Do What We Do?
To help predict, prevent, and recover from this:
The Cocolalla Loop Road washout with Bob Howard, the Bonner County Emergency Manager, in the foreground to demonstrate the scale of this event. To the right, you can see the remnant of the 36” culvert that normally would have carried water under the road. Photo taken by Katherine Rowden on April 5, 2012 and posted courtesy of NOAA.
News from Region X
- FEMA Grants to Help Washington Communities Recover Costs from August Windstorm
CAMP MURRAY, Wash. – As Washington responders pick up the pieces from the latest round of severe weather, specialists from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and Washington State Emergency Management Division (EMD) are working with local and tribal officials to help communities recover from last summer’s severe wind event.English
- FEMA’s Pacific Northwest Region wishes you #SafeTravels for the holidays
SEATTLE, Wash. – With so many people on the move for the holidays, FEMA’s regional office in the Pacific Northwest is running two week-long social media campaigns to encourage holiday travelers to stay safe Nov. 22 – 28, and Dec. 20 – 26. The campaign has tips for families, pet owners, smartphone users, and people traveling domestically by car and plane, and internationally.
Here are three tips from the campaign:English
- FEMA Public Assistance Grants to Help Washington Communities Recover from Wildfires
CAMP MURRAY, Wash. – Specialists from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and Washington State Emergency Management Division (EMD) are working closely with local and tribal officials to help Washington communities recover from this summer’s devastating wildfires.English