District residents are encouraged to learn about the science and preparedness of flooding hazards by signing up for a free course! The course commitment is two afternoons (April 19 and April 20) and brought to you by HSEMA and the National Disaster Preparedness Training Center at the University of Hawaii.
Provide training for workers to ensure that citizens can protect themselves in a crisis.
District of Columbia Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act Program
The IPAG provides a platform for faith-based organizations to exchange information with security...
Any business that provides goods or services necessary to maintain operations at an Essential...
Present your proposal to the Mayor’s Special Events Task Group (MSETG) to host your special...
Notices of Funding Opportunity, List of Grant Awards, and Grant Management Information
Oct 8 2021
(WASHINGTON, DC) – On Monday, October 11, 2021, the District Government will observe Indigenous...
Sep 11 2021
Mayor Bowser and the Council of the District of Columbia Commemorate 20th Anniversary of the Attacks of 9/11
Eleven Washingtonians who lost their lives honored by District officials; DCPS children and...
Sep 1 2021
Faith-based organizations can enhance security infrastructure to increase preparedness.
Aug 31 2021
Residents and Visitors Reminded Not to Drive Through Flood Waters: Turn Around, Don’t Drown
Aug 12 2021
DC Families Have Received $2.42 Million in Financial Reimbursement from FEMA