Be ready for hurricane season. Today you can determine your personal hurricane risk, find out if you live in a hurricane evacuation zone, and review/update insurance policies. You can also make a list of items to replenish hurricane emergency supplies and start thinking about how you will prepare your home for the coming hurricane season. If you live in hurricane-prone areas, you are encouraged to complete these simple preparations before hurricane season begins on June 1.
Hurricane Season begins June 1, 2022. Please make certain you have FLOOD INSURANCE in place.
Call the National Flood Insurance Program @ 1-800-427-4661 OR your local Insurance Agent for a quote today.
In most cases there is a 30 day waiting period.
A significant part of FEMA’s NFIP Transformation is Risk Rating 2.0, which will fundamentally change the way FEMA prices insurance and determines an individual property’s flood risk. Risk Rating 2.0 is equity in action. With Risk Rating 2.0, individuals will no longer pay more than their share in flood insurance premiums based on the value of their homes. Roughly two-thirds of policyholders with older pre-FIRM homes will see a premium decrease. FEMA will reduce disaster-related suffering and disaster-related costs in Mississippi through insurance and the mitigation of flood risks by leveraging advances in industry best practices, technology, and flood risk modeling.
BE. FLOOD. READY. Have you checked on Flood Insurance lately? Now is the time. Preparing in advance is very important.
Call the National Flood Insurance Program (800-427-4661) OR your local Insurance Agent for a quote today.
If your home flooded due to Hurricane Ida and you need to report it please contact Vicki Watkins (CRS Coordinator) @228-273-3324 in the Building Department.
It only takes one storm to change your life and community. Tropical cyclones are among nature’s most powerful and destructive phenomena. If you live in an area prone to tropical cyclones, you need to be prepared. Learn how during Hurricane Preparedness Week (May 9-15, 2021). hurricanes.gov/prepare
It only takes one storm to change your life and community. If you live in an area prone to tropical cyclones, you need to be prepared. Learn how during Hurricane Preparedness Week (May 9-15, 2021). hurricanes.gov/prepare #HurricanePrep #HurricaneStrong
Everyday Harrison County residents unknowingly threaten our environment by throwing out household hazardous waste along with their regular trash. This improper disposal can destroy our environment by polluting our air, water, and soil.
To provide Harrison County residents with a safe and sanitary alternative, the ROCKCO- McFARLAND Household Hazardous Waste Site is available and open BY APPOINTMENT ONLY, Monday thru Friday.
CALL 228-896-0207 (Kelly Griffin)
for an Appointment for Drop-Off
The following items are accepted:
* Latex or oil based paint (5 gallon, 1 gallon, quarts and spray paint)
* Used cooking oil and Automobile Oil
* Household, Marine, and Car Batteries
* Aerosol cans
* Flammable Liquids (Such as Gasoline)
* White goods such as freezers, refrigerators, washing machines and dryers
* Fluorescent light bulbs
* Tires (up to 25 per household annually- strictly enforced)
* E-Waste (electronics) such as computers, cell phones, and televisions
The following items WILL NOT be accepted:
* Any item in a container larger than 5 (Five) gallons
* Rubber Cement
* Roofing material
* Explosives (including flares)
* Construction debris
* Or commercial waste (business- only household waste can be accepted)
If you have any questions or need additional information, please visit our website at www.keepharrisoncountybeautiful.com or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Beautification Director, Dianna Kuns – 228-214-1405
This week is hurricane preparedness week. Follow the link below.
The Governor passed Executive Order 1477, which ends the Shelter in Place Order, but implements Safer at Home guidelines. See the FAQ from the Governor’s office. These rules apply to the City of D’Iberville.