An informed homeowner is a prepared homeowner.
With so many unknowns and no area safe from the possibility of extreme weather, it’s important, as a homeowner, to be prepared. As part of National Preparedness Month, Home Ownership Matters has compiled a range of resources to help highlight the seriousness of this all-too-common issue. The time is now! Protect yourself and your loved ones.
Understanding how federal, state and local legislators work in conjunction with community members after disaster strikes can help communities better recover and prepare for the next one.
Natural disasters in the 21st century have been costly and devastating. Learn how you can #PrepareNow:
During an emergency, warning officials need to provide the public with life-saving information quickly. Learn more about the alerts you can receive and the devices you can receive them on via READY.GOV
Support your community. Participate in FEMA’s individual and community preparedness programs, which include: Citizen Corps, Community Emergency Response Team, Prepareathon, Youth Preparedness. More on READY.GOV