Tuesday Tip: Weather Watch


Posted On: July 19, 2022

Recent flooding in Virginia serves as the foundation for this week’s #TuesdayTip. Do you know what’s expected of you when disaster impacts your property?

Click here for documentation forms and HUD’s multifamily housing guidance for disasters.

Now is also a good time to remind residents of the importance of having a disaster kit readily available at all times. All emergency kits and plans should include the following:

  1. Your plan should point out the closest evacuation routes and shelters.
  2. You should make sure your family emergency kit is stocked and ready to go. These kits should include necessities like water, non-perishable food, batteries, flashlights, and a first aid kit.
  3. It is a good idea for these kits to include cell phone chargers and battery backups.

FEMA has a complete list of items needed for disaster kits as well.



YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE

HOTMA Implementation Hawaii

HOTMA Implementation Hawaii

HOTMA implementation in Hawaii is at the forefront of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s (HUD) recent directive. […]

Read More

Exiting HUD Housing Assistance: Insights from the HUD HEARS Study

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development initiated the Health Economic and Residential Stability (HUD HEARS) study in 2019. […]

Read More
CHUSA, CONNECTHOMEUSA

ConnectHomeUSA: Expanding Digital Inclusivity in HUD-Assisted Communities

Bridging the Digital Divide with ConnectHomeUSA The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) has recently announced an expansion […]

Read More