Virginia HAZUS User Group (VAHUG)
- Virginia Department of Emergency Management
- Virginia GIS Mapping Resources
- Virginia Planning District Commission GIS/Mapping Web Sites
- State Standard and Enhanced Hazard Mitigation Plan
- Local Hazard Mitigation Plans
Brian Crumpler - GIS Manager
Virginia Department of Emergency Management
Preparedness, Training and Exercises Division
p: 804.897.6500 x6576
What We Do
News from Region III
- West Virginians receiving rental aid: Tell FEMA if you need more
CHARLESTON, W.Va. – Thousands of West Virginians were displaced from their homes by the June 22-29 severe storms, floods, landslides and mudslides. FEMA gave grants to more than 2,500 households to help them pay for a temporary place to live. If your household received rental assistance from FEMA, you must let FEMA know if you have a continuing need for it.English
- Every West Virginia disaster applicant has the right to appeal
CHARLESTON, W.Va. – If you registered for help from FEMA and got a letter (often called a “determination letter”), you may want to appeal the decision made regarding your application for federal assistance. Here are some tips to help you:English
- West Virginians: There's still time to register for help. Do it now!
CHARLESTON, W.Va. – If you were affected by the severe storms, landslides and mudslides that occurred June 22-29 and haven’t registered for help from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), why wait? Do it now!
Take the first step toward getting federal assistance. Don’t miss out! Once you register with FEMA, you may be eligible for a federal grant to help you with your recovery. You may also qualify for a low-interest disaster loan from the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA).English
Use of HAZUS-MH to Support Virginia DEM Programs & Missions
Presentaion outlining how HAZUS-MH can be used to help Virginia.
GIS and Critical Infrastructure Resiliency Hampton Roads, VA
Presentaion by Sam Martin, S.R. Martin Associates and Tammie Organski, Versar, Inc.
Modeling the Effectiveness of Hurricane Preparedness Damage Mitigation Strategies in Southeastern Virginia
This project seeks to provide information to decision makers about the risks and tradeoffs involved in preparedness and response to a major hurricane.
Basic HAZUS-MH MR 3 (L313)
Apr 14, 2009 - Apr 16, 2009
FEMA Region III and George Mason University’s GIS Center of Excellence are sponsoring this course at George Mason University, GIS Center of Excellence Prince William Campus in Manassas, VA.