Flood Insurance - FAQs

Related Links
Current Warnings, Watches & Advisories (Weather & Flooding)
National Weather Service Flood Gages
Ready.gov - Floods
Donald E. Gilman River Center
NWS Alaska - Pacific River Forecast Center
USGS Real-Time Data for Alaska: Streamflow
Glacier Dammed Lakes

The following brochures, checklist and fact sheets have been provided by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), the American Red Cross and the USDA Rural Development
Mold & Mildew in your Flood Damaged Home
Home Improvement/Repair Loans and Grants
National Flood Insurance Program Summary of Coverage
Are You Ready For A Flood?
After a Flood - The First Steps
Repairing Your Flooded Home 
Avoiding Flood Damage Checklist 
Floods and Flash Floods Fact Sheet 
Landslides and Mud Flows Fact Sheet

Protecting Your Property From Flooding
Add Waterproof Veneer to Exterior Walls 
Anchor Fuel Tanks 
Build with Flood Damage Resistant Materials 
Dry Floodproof Your Building 
Install Sewer Backflow Valves 
Protect Wells From Contamination by Flooding 
Raise Electrical System Components 
Raise or Floodproof HVAC Equipment 

From the Alaska Division of Environmental Conversation and the Environmental Protection Agency
Septic Systems - What to Do after the Flood
Caring For Your Onsite Septic System in Alaska
Drinking Water From Household Wells
Your Septic System is Your Responsibility!
Flood - Public Health and the Environment 
Earthquakes, Floods and Home Heating Oil Tanks 
Emergency Disinfection of Drinking Water 
Disinfection of Wells and Small Distribution Systems 
Indoor Sewage Cleanup 
Outdoor Sewage Cleanup 

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