Federal Emergency Management Administration (FEMA) News

New Federal Flood Insurance Rating Plan to Start Oct. 1

Hundreds of thousands of Americans will pay significantly more to insure their homes in coastal areas and flood zones under new rules released on Thursday by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), the first major update to its pricing system …

FEMA Knows About Trying to Build Back Better Infrastructure

Lawmakers in Washington are gearing up for the Biden administration’s first major legislative challenge: a set of measures on long-term economic priorities, including infrastructure and jobs, expected to cost roughly $3 trillion. Key to President Joe Biden’s Build Back Better …

Federal Aid Denied to Georgia County for Damage from April Tornado

A county in Georgia will not receive any federal relief funds after a tornado that swept through the South in April destroyed dozens of homes in the area, authorities said. Murray County Commissioner Greg Hogan told news outlets Tuesday that …