E.g., 09/26/2023
E.g., 09/26/2023

Press Release - Heavy Rain and Gusty Winds Possible Wednesday through Friday

The National Weather Service (NWS) Guam Weather Forecast Office continues to monitor a tropical system, known as Invest 94W. The system is forecast to start to become better organized through Monday and Tuesday as it lifts slowly north out of western Micronesia. Potential is there for a tropical depression strength, to perhaps a lower-end tropical storm, to pass through the region.

JIC Recovery Release No. 100 - Free Rebuilding and Repair Tips From FEMA Offered at Four Sites in Guam

As an ongoing commitment to support Guam residents on their recovery journey following Typhoon Mawar, FEMA Mitigation specialists continue to offer free tips and advice on how to rebuild stronger and safer against storms at several stores in Guam. FEMA Disaster Survivor Assistance staff will also be on-site to help with registration status check or application appeal.

JIC Recovery Release No. 99 - More than $200 Million in Federal Assistance Flows into Guam following Typhoon Mawar

While the application period for federal assistance has ended, federal assistance continues to make its way into the hands of Guam survivors of Typhoon Mawar. To date, more than $201 million in low interest disaster loans from the SBA and direct disaster assistance through FEMA have flowed into communities to help jumpstart the recovery process.



JIC Recovery Release No. 96 - Army Corps of Engineers Residential Debris Mission Begins in Santa Rita, Humåtak, Yigo

As the Army Corps of Engineers works towards completing its mission assignment of removing debris from the island’s public school campuses, they are also starting work within the villages to clean up curbside residential Typhoon Mawar debris. This is a free program available for all residential properties, including apartments and condominiums.




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