Hurricane Preparedness Week focuses on what you can do now, ahead of time when the weather is quiet, to safeguard your home, your business, your family, and yourself.
Are you prepared?
With Hurricane Ian looming upon Florida and the eastern seaboard, it's a good time to remember we are still in hurricane season until November 30th. Check on your insurance policies. What does home, hurricane and flood insurance cover?
NFIP Hurricane Outreach & Marketing Webinar for Hawaiʻi Agents
FEMA HQ Marketing and Outreach is hosting a 1-hour webinar to introduce insurance agents to NFIP’s Pacific Hurricane Outreach and Marketing materials and to answer any questions. As your clients undergo another hurricane season, guide them to follow their instincts and obtain a flood insurance policy. Whether they are ready to renew or start a... Continue Reading →
King Tide Photo Surveys! (Round 2 – July 12 & 13)
Participate in community science! Submit your King Tide photos on July 12th and 13th!
Hurricane Season is Upon Us – Are You Prepared?
It is a common misconception that hurricanes do not cause damage to the Hawai'ian Islands. In fact while hurricanes do not commonly make landfall in Hawai'i, the increased rainfall, storm surges and ocean swells cause devastating damage. Over the past 8 years, FEMA has paid out Hawai'i Residents over $1M in flood insurance claims. The... Continue Reading →
Are You Prepared for Hurricane Season?
Stock your emergency preparedness kit with enough food and water for at least 14 days per person. Be sure to include other essential items such as a battery-operated radio.
FEMA Urges Hawai'i Residents to Prepare for Hurricane Season
With hurricane season fast approaching, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and its National Flood Insurance Program advise Hawai'i residents to prepare now for hurricane-related storms and flooding.
Hurricane Preparedness Week
Prepare, Plan and Always Be Ready! Take action and be prepared for hurricanes, tropical cyclones and other severe events that could impact Hawai'i:
Counties Offer Emergency Notification System to Islanders
In order to broadcast vital information in a timely manner, all four counties offer residents and visitors the ability to receive emergency notifications should they arise. These alerts will provide information on impending weather changes or emergencies.
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.