Storms and hurricanes, blizzards, floods, tornadoes, wildfires and earthquakes are some of the conditions that can cause emergencies or disasters for the people of the Northeast.
The Northeast region has received more than its share of snow in recent years. Severe weather or other man-made disasters can have devastating effects on tribes.
- Native people living in the Northeast are accustomed to extreme winter weather, but when several feet of snow drops in a short period of time, roofs can collapse, trees can fall and travel can be nearly impossible
- Lake effect snow can also contribute to snowfall totals in the Northeast
- Flooding, hurricanes, and tornadoes can be equally unpredictable
Remember to make a plan, build a kit, and be informed
FEMA Offers Regional Resources
FEMA offers the following resources to help local communities to plan and prepare. All files can be freely downloaded, printed, emailed, or broadcasted.
Northeast Poster (PDF)
Community Awareness Campaigns Local radio stations may be willing to broadcast this public service announcement (PSA) as a community service at no charge.
Visit the Ready Publications section for additional resources for families, children, elders, pet owners, individuals with access and functional needs and businesses.
Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont - FEMA Region I Office
99 High Street, 6th Floor
Boston, MA 02110
New Jersey, New York - FEMA Region II Office
26 Federal Plaza
New York, NY 10278-0002
Delaware, District of Columbia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia and West Virginia - FEMA Region III Office
615 Chestnut Street
One Independence Mall, Sixth Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19106-4404
Kentucky - FEMA Region IV Office
Federal Emergency Management Agency
3003 Chamblee Tucker Road
Atlanta, GA 30341
fax: (770) 220-5230
Indiana, Ohio, and Michigan - FEMA Region V Office
536 South Clark St., 6th Floor
Chicago, IL 60605