Such communities benefit from hazard mitigation planning through understanding of natural hazards, development of mitigation strategies, and eligibility for certain non-emergency FEMA grants.
The national status map below, shows local jurisdictions with approved plans (green), approvable-pending-adoption (APA) plans (light green), plans that will expire within 90 days (yellow), and expired plans (red).
The Quick Start Guide also includes a complete list of available spatial and tabular data as well as layer hierarchy. Contact our Mapping Information Platform Help Desk at [email protected] of October 1, 2017, 12 states have received FEMA approval of an enhanced state mitigation plan, making them eligible to receive increased funds under the Hazard Mitigation Grant Program following a disaster declaration Download Original * In 2008, the Marshall Islands (RMI) and the Federated States of Micronesia (FSM) came under the jurisdiction of a compact agreement between FEMA and the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), therefore the state mitigation plan requirement is optional for these territories.
This page summarizes the current status of hazard mitigation plans in jurisdictions across the nation to inform mitigation planners, government officials, and other interested individuals.
As of October 1, 2017, all 50 states, the District of Columbia, and five territories (Guam, American Samoa, Northern Mariana Islands, Puerto Rico, and U. Virgin Islands)* have FEMA-approved state mitigation plans.
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In 2017, FEMA released updated guidance titled “Addendum to the Hazard Mitigation Assistance Unified Guidance Program Administration by States Pilot, Hazard Mitigation Grant Program For States, Tribes, and Territories” (October 2017) for states, and tribal governments that choose to be a recipient, to apply for PAS delegations for any major disaster or emergency declared on/after January 29, 2013.
Here's my code from the service where I try and update the activity's textview: instead to update UI every X seconds.
One thing you could do is use Async Task to create the timer and publish an update every second that will update the UI.
is some static or public reference to your Text View.
Instead of doing this, you should implement a Broadcast Receiver to communicate between your timer (which runs from a separate thread) and your Text View.
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I want to then display this value in the activity by constantly updating a textview.