Protect What Matters Protect What Matters Preparation & recovery. Floods can happen anywhere it rains Everyone is at risk Everyone is at risk Safeguard your possessions Protect your furry friends, too Develop an emergency plan Prepare your home Find an agent

& recovery.

Knowing your flood risk and being
prepared can help keep your family
safe and reduce potential damages.

Before a flood, be prepared.

Take an inventory of your belongings, make an emergency plan for you and your
family, get flood insurance for your home (and business) and its contents.

Safeguard your possessions.

Create a personal flood file containing
information about all your possessions
and keep it in a secure place.
Prepare now

Protect your furry friends, too.

Before the disaster make sure that your pets
are current on their vaccinations. Pet shelters
may require proof of vaccines.
Download the pet protection plan

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Develop an emergency plan.

Create a safety kit with drinking water,
canned food, first aid, blankets, a radio,
and a flashlight. Start now

Prepare your home.

First make sure your sump pump is working and
then install a battery-operated backup, in case of
a power failure. Check now

Find an agent.

Flood insurance can help get your home back to
normal after a flood. Protect your home

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Understand your flood risk. 

Visit FEMA's Flood Map Service Center to locate your flood map to help determine your flood risk.

Watch the video.