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1/31/2023

Governor Ron DeSantis Announces Additional Funding to Support Floridians Impacted by Hurricane Ian

$1 million will support teachers impacted by Hurricane Ian and $13.8 million will support mental health services Governor Ron DeSantis announced that he has directed the Department of Children and Families (DCF) to utilize $13.8 million in grant funding to support and expand mental health...

1/30/2023

State of Florida Issues Updates on Increased Mass Migration Monitoring Along the Florida Coastline

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – As of January 26, nearly 10,000 migrants have been interdicted with 5,443 apprehended. A total of 152 migrant vessels have been removed including 47 from the Dry Tortugas and 48 from the Lower Keys. Suspicious packages containing 146 pounds of cocaine, worth an estimated $2.3 million, have also been removed and turned into U.S.  Border Control after washing up on shore in the Florida Keys.

1/18/2023

State of Florida Issues Updates on Increased Mass Migration Monitoring Along the Florida Coastline

On August 21, 2022, the Homeland Security Task Force Southeast (HSTF-SE) transitioned from Phase 1a: Steady State and Surge - Preparation to Phase 1b: Steady State and Surge - Prevention in support of Operation Vigilant Sentry (OVS). The Florida Division of Emergency Management has remained an...

1/13/2023

State of Florida Issues Updates on Increased Mass Migration Monitoring Along the Florida Coastline

As of January 13, 2023, more than 5,200 migrants have been accounted for from 306 landings. Additionally, approximately 8,400 migrants interdicted at sea have been repatriated. A total of 40 vessels have been removed from the Dry Tortugas and the Lower Keys and an additional 250 vessels have been...

1/10/2023

State of Florida Issues Updates on Increased Mass Migration Monitoring Along the Florida Coastline

On January 6, 2023, Governor Ron DeSantis signed EO 23-03 declaring a State of Emergency in response to the surge in migration along Florida's coastline, activating the Florida National Guard, directing state law enforcement agencies and other state agencies to provide resources in support of local...

1/5/2023

Florida Division of Emergency Management Urges Hurricane Ian Survivors to Apply for FEMA Assistance Before Deadline

~ The deadline to apply for FEMA disaster assistance is Thursday, January 12, 2023 ~ Today, the Florida Division of Emergency Management (FDEM) is reminding Hurricane Ian survivors that the deadline to apply for FEMA Assistance is Thursday, January 12. "Every eligible Floridian that was impacted...

1/3/2023

Florida Division of Emergency Management Led Historic Disaster Response and Recovery Efforts in 2022

Florida Division of Emergency Management Led Historic Disaster Response and Recovery Efforts in 2022 TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Today, Governor Ron DeSantis and the Florida Division of Emergency Management (FDEM) highlight the State of Florida’s groundbreaking emergency response actions taken...

12/28/2022

DR-4680-FL (Hurricane Nicole) Disaster-Wide Initial Public Notice

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12/6/2022

Governor Ron DeSantis and First Lady Casey DeSantis Announce Funding to Repair Homes and Meet Unmet Needs of Hurricane Ian Impacted Residents

Up to $25 million from the State of Florida will go toward purchasing building materials to conduct repairs and up to $35.2 million from the Florida Disaster Fund will go to housing and social services support organizations to cover the costs associated with volunteer labor and meet other unmet...

12/5/2022

State of Florida Places First Travel Trailer in New Temporary Housing and Sheltering Program for Hurricane Ian Survivors

Today, Florida Division of Emergency Management (FDEM) Director Kevin Guthrie joined Governor Ron DeSantis and First Lady Casey DeSantis in Punta Gorda to announce state funding for building materials to allow verified volunteer organizations to conduct temporary and permanent repairs on homes...

12/2/2022

State of Florida Announces Program to Provide Materials to Repair Homes Damaged by Hurricane Ian

~ Impacted residents can apply for assistance with temporary and permanent home repairs through the State's Unite Florida Recovery Portal ~ Florida Division of Emergency Management (FDEM) is announcing a new state program to provide verified nonprofit organizations with materials to restore a...

11/28/2022

Governor Ron DeSantis Announces Unite Florida Portal for State Sheltering and Housing Assistance

Residents impacted by Hurricane Ian can visit the Unite Florida Recovery Portal to report sheltering and housing needs and additional unmet needs Today, Governor DeSantis announced the launch of the Unite Florida Recovery Portal to connect Floridians impacted by Hurricane Ian to important...

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