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Hurricane Sandy

On October 29, 2012, Hurricane Sandy, one of the largest and fiercest storms to threaten the East Coast, made landfall in New Jersey. The devastating storm caused extensive damage throughout the East Coast as it released torrential rains, ferocious winds, and widespread flooding.

This webpage provides documents and resources that address emergency preparedness in hurricane and flood situations.  Documents found on this page primarily address issues in government preparedness and public preparedness.  Some information has been taken from the Floods and Hurricane Katrina Emergency Preparedness Pages located on the National Clearinghouse Website.


Booklets for Responders

To Print Brochures

(Please note - The brochure cover is printed separately) NIEHS training awardees and any training response organization reproducing this booklet may insert their name and/or logo on the back cover beneath the text that reads "This book is provided by:" and may insert their logo on the upper right hand corner of the cover.)

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Hurricane and Flood Federal Resources

 

 

Other Flood Resources

 

 

State and County Flood Resources