Learn about training in disaster preparedness and basic response skills.
Find places near you to hydrate, refresh, and stay in the shade.
Find a cooling center, an air-conditioned place to go when it is dangerously hot.
Get ID Cards for critical business employees to enter restricted areas after an emergency.
Get help with preparing a business for a disaster.
Get help for a business suffering physically or financially after a disaster.
Give money to help the victims of hurricanes and natural disasters.
Learn about the East Side Coastal Resiliency Project.
Request an on-site Emergency Action Plan (EAP) Director test.
Learn about a program that sends messages about local emergencies to your phone.
Learn about emergency preparedness, including tips, educational events, and how to create an emergency plan for businesses, schools, students, and pets.
Learn about Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) ID numbers.
Learn about the Wireless Emergency Alert System (WEAs) and the Emergency Alert System (EAS).
Learn about flood insurance, including requirements, policy rate changes, and FEMA notification letters.
Learn what to do when the Mayor issues an evacuation order for those living in hurricane evacuation zones.
Learn about hurricane preparation and find out if you are in an evacuation zone.
Get long-term property tax relief for property damaged by Hurricane Sandy.
Learn about Hurricane Sandy Recovery programs and requirements.
Learn about the program to protect critical facilities, infrastructure, and low-lying areas throughout the city from flooding caused by a hurricane.
Find out if you're in one of the City's hurricane evacuation zones.
Learn about communication to and from families of active military personnel.
Call 911 to report someone who may be missing, abducted, or kidnapped. Check if a missing person has been found.
Get help with credit, funding, office space, tax credits, training and other assistance for non-profit organizations.
Sign up to get messages about emergency events and important City services.
Learn about support available for organizations to prepare their employees, services, and facilities for emergencies.
Learn how to be prepared so you can get your medication during a disaster.
Learn about the health effects of radiation, how to detect it, and what to do during a radiological emergency.
Get information about a temporary notice with emergency information that must be posted by building owners in the common area of the building.
Learn about financial compensation for people with physical health problems from the terrorist attack on September 11, 2001.
Learn how to prepare for severe weather events. Report public or private property damaged by a storm, for City response and for tracking purposes.
Learn about a survey that identifies spaces in your community that could support City emergency operations, community outreach events, or asylum seekers.
Learn about snow procedures and City service status during winter storms.
Learn about stimulus payments for eligible individuals and families.
Help others prepare for and respond to emergencies.
Call 911 to request a wellness check for someone you haven't been able to contact.
Learn how to stay warm, healthy, and safe during winter storms and extreme cold.
Learn about insurance that provides cash or medical care for workers who are injured or become ill as a result of their job.
Learn how family members of World Trade Center victims can provide DNA samples to help the City identify remains.
Learn about the World Trade Center Health Program.