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2023 Hurricane Idalia

Hurricane Idalia was a powerful Category 4 hurricane that caused significant damage across parts of the southeastern United States, especially in Northern Florida, during the 2023 Atlantic hurricane season. The tenth named storm, third hurricane, and second major hurricane of the 2023 Atlantic hurricane season, Idalia formed from a low-pressure area that crossed Central America from the eastern Pacific Ocean. (wikipedia.org)

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This portal provides quick access to demographic, economic, and resilience information for areas impacted by the latest significant emergency events in the United States including the territories. Users can access key Census Bureau emergency management-related data tools, such as My Community Explorer, OnTheMap for Emergency Management, Census Business Builder, Community Resilience Estimates, and other important resources.

What DHS and FEMA are Doing

FEMA is closely coordinating with affected states and stands ready to provide support. FEMA Incident Management Assistance Teams are deployed to affected areas to provide support as needed and additional supplies and teams are on standby.

What the U.S. Government is Doing

Find out what federal agencies are doing to respond to Hurricane Idalia affecting Florida and Southeastern states. Get resources and tips to help with disaster recovery.

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Page Last Revised - September 7, 2023
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