May 11, 2010
Re: Sign Up for FEMA E-mail Bulletin Alerts during Disasters in Your Area
Today FEMA announced it’s FREE e-mail subscription service that delivers news updates and disaster related information directly to your computer or wireless device, such as:
- When a major disaster is declared
- Where local recovery centers are located
- What kind of financial aid is available
- How to obtain disaster-related assistance
- What to do after a disaster has passed
- Much more!
Subscribe to Receive Free E-mail Updates
Sign up via our free e-mail subscription service to receive notifications when new information about disasters and emergency-related issues affecting Region II – which covers New Jersey, New York, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands – is available.
With a subscription profile, you automatically receive updates without having to return to the website and check for changes.
How to Subscribe
If you are interested in receiving information from FEMA, please subscribe (above) and select from our list of subscription options.
Pages throughout our site also feature an "E-mail me when this page is updated" button. Clicking on that button will allow you to subscribe to updates for that particular page.
You may select how often you wish to be notified (immediately, daily, weekly, or monthly). Please note that the topic you select may not be updated that frequently, depending on the topic.
How to Change or Cancel Your Subscription
Visit our free e-mail subscription service page to change or cancel your subscription at any time, or to update your subscriber profile. This option is also offered to you in all of the e-mail updates you receive.
Prevent e-mails from being marked "SPAM" or "JUNK"
In order to ensure that you receive your subscription e-mails and announcements from FEMA, please add us to your contact list, adjust your spam settings, or follow the instructions from your e-mail provider on how to prevent our e-mails from being marked "Spam" or "Junk Mail."
Receive up to the minute New Jersey disaster recovery information by following us on Twitter at www.twitter.com/femaregion2.
Please feel free to share this information with your Office of Emergency Management, emergency personnel and residents.
Very truly yours,
William G. Dressel, Jr.