Learn how to prepare homes and families for hurricane and flood risks in this FREE webinar and CEC course for insurance agents and community members.
IT’S NOT TOO LATE
Protect your property and your valuables. Tips to prepare for Hurricane Douglas.
Tiny Homes in the Floodplain
Tiny houses are all the rage right now, but what do you do when they're in the floodplain?
Flood Ready Activity Book (For Kids!)
Join Sticky the Opihi in his adventures, and learn about storms and flooding in this family friendly activity book. Including coloring, drawing, word searches, and mazes.
Disaster Declaration for Severe Storms and Flooding in Kauaʻi
Hawai'i was granted a Disaster Declaration for the severe storms and flooding in Kauaʻi from March 27-28, 2020.
Hurricane Flood Risk – Protect Your Home or Business Today
For the past four years, hurricanes have caused above-average flooding. This year, we expect more of the same. Protect your home or business from unexpected flood damage with flood insurance from the NFIP.
Got cabin fever? King Tide Photo Surveys are here!
Join us as Citizen Scientists for the King Tide Photo Survey! July 3rd and 4th, 2020.
Beginning July 1, 2020 bulky items will be collected by appointment only for all areas of O`ahu.
The appointment-based bulky item pickup system goes island-wide for Oʻahu starting July 1. This targeted approach aims to reduce driving distances for garbage collection trucks, which decreases fuel consumption and emissions, ultimately saving us time and money while also being more environmentally friendly. Please dispose of your trash responsibly. Illegal dumping has far reaching effects.... Continue Reading →
FEMA Urges Hawai'i Residents to Prepare for Hurricane Season
“Where it can rain, it can flood,” says David Maurstad, senior executive of the NFIP. “One of the most important steps homeowners can take during the start of this year’s hurricane season is to renew or purchase flood insurance. With it, you have the peace of mind that comes with knowing you and your home can, and will, recover in the event of an unexpected flood.”