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Alaska Div of Homeland Security & Emergency Management serves to protect Alaska -- its citizens, its visitors, and its vital interests -- against all hazards.
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Alaska DHS&EM Feb 19
Replying to @benmatheson
I think your kit might need a little work...
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FEMA Region 10 Feb 6
📡We're looking for 40 youth in grades 8-12 from to participate in a Preparedness Camp in August: . 🔜We're accepting applications until March 15. ⚠️🆘🔦🔋📻🚧🚨🚔🚒🚑🚓🌪️🌨️🔥🌩️⛑️
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Casey Cook Feb 5
More than 1,500 applications for earthquake damage were filed with the State. Damage to your home may lower your property taxes. Mat-Su Borough Assessor Brad Pickett wants to hear from you. The deadline is March...
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FEMA Region 10 Feb 1
📢Alaskans: if you have unmet needs from the Nov. 30 , you can register for asssistance - at or 800-621-3362. This assistance can augment what is available from the state, and requires a separate registration.
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Alaska DHS&EM Jan 22
The deadline to apply to the State of Alaska's Individual Disaster Assistance Program for the November 30th Cook Inlet Earthquake is a week away. If you had damages from the earthquake, make sure to apply by January 29th! Visit or call 1-855-445-7131
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Alaska DOT&PF Jan 17
to the Nov 2002 7.9 magnitude Denali earthquake. Throughout nature’s shakedowns, we remain focused on “keeping Alaska moving through service and infrastructure.”
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AP Archive Jan 17
In 1995, more than 6,000 people were killed when an earthquake with a magnitude of 7.2 devastated the city of Kobe, Japan.
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Alaska DHS&EM Jan 15
Great attendance at the Sand Lake Community Council meeting last night. Thanks for giving us time to talk about our assistance programs in response to the Nov. 30 earthquake. The deadline to apply for State Individual Disaster Assistance is Jan. 29. Go to
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Anchorage Fire Dept Jan 9
Do you have a wood burning stove? Please make sure it is inspected.
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AK Earthquake Center Jan 5
Apparently we need to pin this tweet.
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Alaska DHS&EM Dec 16
If you’re flying this holiday season - or actually using any mode of transportation - please, please, please wash your hands. It’s for the good of us all.
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AK Earthquake Center Dec 16
The automatic location for that aftershock puts the magnitude at 4.2. We'll have reviewed info soon. That was our 50,024th earthquake in 2018, by the way.
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Alaska DHS&EM Dec 16
Driving to see family this holiday season? Get weather forecasts at and check road conditions at before you get on the road.
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AK Earthquake Center Dec 10
We passed the 4000 aftershock mark overnight. For comparison, last December we recorded fewer than 3000 quakes all month in the entire state. The cumulative aftershock graph (top right) is flattening a bit & magnitudes in the mag-time graph (lower right) seem to be trending down.
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Alaska DHS&EM Dec 11
Replying to @AlaskaDHSEM
If Federal Disaster Unemployment Assistance is activated the State of Alaska Department of Labor and Work Force Development will administer this assistance. 3/3
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Alaska DHS&EM Dec 11
Replying to @AlaskaDHSEM
issued by the president. At this time a Preliminary Damage Assessment is being conducted by the local governments, State, FEMA, and U.S. Small Business Administration personnel. This information will be used to support the state’s request for federal assistance. 2/3
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Alaska DHS&EM Dec 11
Many Alaskans have expressed concern about wages lost during the earthquake. The earthquake disrupted transportation, making travel difficult, and many businesses were closed. Federal Disaster Unemployment Assistance is activated when a Federal Disaster Declaration is...1/3
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Alaska DOT&PF Dec 6
Eagle River Loop Road is now open, thank you for your patience!
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Sen. Lisa Murkowski Dec 4
Replying to @lisamurkowski
In addition to continued damage assessments, roads are getting repaired & schools cleaned up---examples demonstrating the resilience and resolve in the community. I am proud of all the efforts of those coming together to assist the initial response to the road to recovery.
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Alaska DHS&EM Dec 4
If you had home damage, lost essential property, transportation or medical expenses due the earthquake, you can apply for state assistance at or by calling 1-855-445-7131.
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