Just a few days remain for you to apply for disaster assistance grants from FEMA following the flooding caused by Hurricane Matthew Oct. 4-24, 2016.
FEMA Offers Repair, Rebuilding Advice at Local Community Facilities in Hyde, Bertie, Bladen and Duplin Counties
FEMA mitigation specialists will be on hand next week at four local community facilities to answer questions and offer home improvement tips along with proven methods to prevent or reduce damage from future disasters. They also will offer tips and techniques to build hazard resistant homes.
With the two-week extension for those affected by Hurricane Matthew in North Carolina, survivors who have not registered with FEMA for damage from the storm should do so now.
Area homeowners as well as renters and business owners whose properties were damaged by Hurricane Matthew flooding can find information and guidance on their next steps at the Lumberton Disaster Recovery Resource Fair.
Gov. Roy Cooper today appointed Major Charles “Vic” Ward to serve as acting Commander of the North Carolina State Highway Patrol.
With the first winter storm of the season nearly over, Governor Roy Cooper and emergency management officials thanked North Carolinians for heeding safety warnings.
Governor Roy Cooper again urged North Carolinians to exercise caution and stay off the roads as dangerous travel conditions persist. While snowfall accumulations were not as high as originally forecasted, ice accumulations have made for more hazardous travel.
Governor Roy Cooper will join Public Safety Secretary Erik Hooks, Acting Transportation Secretary Mike Holder, Emergency Management Director Mike Sprayberry, State Highway Patrol Commander William Grey and NC National Guard Adjutant General Greg Lusk to provide an update on the response to the on
Two hikers lost in the Shining Rock Wilderness area in Haywood County were rescued Saturday evening thanks to the efforts of helicopter crews and nearly 100 ground based rescuers from over two dozen local, state, and federal agencies.
Governor Roy Cooper today announced that the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has approved the state of North Carolina’s request for a 14-day extension for Hurricane Matthew survivors to apply for federal disaster assistance. The new deadline is Monday, Jan. 23.