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This email subscription service provides information updates from FEMA's Community Preparedness Division about twice a week on the topic of Community Preparedness. These emails will provide you with a compiled update of the information posted in the National Community Preparedness News section of our website. Emails from this service will originate from one of the following email addresses: or

If you would like to receive community preparedness news from us more frequently than twice a week, we encourage you to sign up to receive our RSS feeds.

How to Subscribe

  1. Click on the following to subscribe:
  2. Add your email address to the box and then click on the "Go" button.
  3. Fill in the information on the form and click "Save". You may select how often you wish to be notified, immediately, daily, weekly, or monthly via the E-mail Delivery Preference section. (Your selected topic may not be updated that frequently.)
  4. After you click "Save", you will have the option to sign up for additional FEMA subscriptions. Please ensure that you select all of the news and information updates that you wish to receive. At this time, you may also signup to receive updates for CERT Program Updates and other FEMA offices and topic areas by selecting the corresponding boxes.

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You may visit the subscription page to change or cancel your subscription, or to update your subscriber profile at anytime. You will also see this option in all of the e-mail updates you receive.

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