The Pacific International Training Desk is hosting their first webinar of the spring 2021 season on Tuesday, March 2nd, at 3pm Hawaii Standard Time. This webinar will be on the subject of forecasting inundation events for low-lying Pacific Islands. Our speaker, a Physical Oceanographer at the Geoscience, Energy and Maritime Division of the Pacific Community (SPC), is currently developing... Continue Reading →
We've had an excellent response to our upcoming Floodplain Management virtual training series. If you haven't had a chance to register for one or more of the FREE sessions that will begin in two weeks, you have until 5 pm (HST) Friday (2/12/21) to register for the few spaces left. NFIP Basics - SOLD OUT... Continue Reading →
Matthew Gonser is appointed as the City's Executive Director for the Office of Climate Change, Sustainability and Resiliency.
This training opportunity is FREE and made possible through FEMA RIX’s support. Although it may appear that some of these sessions are targeting community officials, they will also be useful to design professionals. Architects, engineers, and surveyors will learn how their SFHA development projects are reviewed for compliance and understand some of the common errors... Continue Reading →
FEMA Region 9 in partnership with Hawaii DLNR will be hosting virtual training sessions to discuss floodplain management principles, the NFIP, and Hawaii standards. Tools for Determining Base Flood Elevation (BFE), Letters of Map Change (LOMC) Basics, FEMA Map Service Center. Friday, December 11th – 9am (2 hrs) Register Here Training on methods for determining... Continue Reading →
Learn about data updates from the Federal, State & Counties. There will be presentations on new data collection methods, virtual reality simulations, and new software tools! Participate in polls, trivia contests and get to know the HIGICC board.
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.
Hawaii was granted a Disaster Declaration for the severe storms and flooding in Kauai from March 27-28, 2020.
The appointment-based bulky item pickup system goes island-wide for Oahu 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 →