NOTICE OF AVAILABILITY FOR PUBLIC REVIEW
OF A PROGRAMMATIC ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT (PEA)
FOR WATERSHED RESILIENCY PROJECTS IN SOUTH DAKOTA
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is providing notice that a Programmatic Environmental Assessment (PEA) to evaluate proposed watershed resiliency projects in the State of South Dakota is available for public review and comment. We issue this notice to provide the opportunity for other Federal and State agencies, Native American tribes, non-governmental organizations, and the public to comment on the proposed PEA. Read more...
2019 INFRASTRUCTURE DISASTER RECOVERY PROGRAM
MITIGATION PROGRAM OVERVIEW AND APPLICATIONS
- 2021 Hazard Mitigation Assistance Grant Programs Overview
- Hazard Mitigation Advance Program Application
ARE YOU READY FOR WINTER WEATHER?
Winter weather brings many perils to South Dakota, including strong winds, bitter cold, and icy roads. Households that prepare can help keep themselves safe. For winter safety tips, view our winter weather preparedness guide.
The South Dakota Office of Emergency Management (OEM) encourages the development of comprehensive preparedness and disaster management plans, programs, capabilities and organizations by the state and its local governments. Because disasters often disrupt the normal functioning of governments, communities and families, OEM provides the organization necessary to expedite aid, rehabilitation and the rapid acquisition and delivery of resources.
Our purpose is to protect South Dakotans and their property from the effects of natural, manmade, and technological disasters. To fulfill our charge, we recognize the four phases of emergency management: Preparedness, Response, Recovery, and Mitigation.
The Office of Emergency Management strives to create a rapid, effective, and compassionate emergency management system that wholly prepares our citizens, our communities, and our state to be self-reliant when facing emergencies and disasters and rely less on government.
OEM focuses on four key pillars to plan for emergencies, coordinate response, aid in disaster recovery and, through mitigation, reduce or eliminate loss if the same event should happen again.