The Disaster Alert Center
Use the page below to stay up to date on when large-scale disasters strike, and the actions being taken in response.
Safeguard strives to continually provide the most current information on disasters as they occur. No matter the form they take — fires, tornadoes, hurricanes or floods — all of them can cause a tremendous amount of damage to your assets.
Everything you need in times of distress.
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MBA Releases Disaster Recovery Guide
The Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA) has created Disaster Recovery: A Resource for Homeowners. This consumer-facing informational guide outlines homeowner disaster preparedness and steps to recovery, including who to engage for individual mortgage communication, how to navigate the insurance process, and what forms of aid and disaster loans are generally available.
All Disaster Alerts
USA Today published a report detailing severe weather activity in portions of Alaska that has caused destructive mudslides.
December 2 2020
The Weather Channel issued a report outlining winter storm activity that has spread heavy snow/rain across multiple U.S. states.
November 30 2020
AccuWeather issued a report outlining severe flooding that has inundated homes and businesses in the Southeast U.S.
November 12 2020
CNN published a report offering the latest on a powerful aftershock stemming from a July earthquake that struck near the Alaskan coast.
October 20 2020
USA Today published an article outlining the formation of Tropical Storm Epsilon in the Atlantic Ocean. At this time, the system is not expected to impact the U.S.
October 19 2020
The Weather Channel published a report offering the latest updates on Tropical Storm Beta, which has become a post-tropical system and is spreading heavy rain across the Southeast U.S.
September 23 2020
WMTW ABC 8 issued a report offering an update on Hurricane Teddy, which is moving northeast near the U.S. East Coast.
September 21 2020
FEMA issued a Presidential Major Disaster Declaration for the Sac & Fox Tribe of the Mississippi (Iowa) as a result of a derecho that took place on August 10, 2020.
September 10 2020
Cleveland.com published an article outlining severe thunderstorm activity that caused home flooding in parts of Ohio.
September 7 2020
FEMA issued an update to an Emergency Declaration for areas in Mississippi affected by Hurricane Marco and Tropical Storm Laura beginning on August 23, 2020 and continuing. The action closes the incident period on August 29, 2020.
September 1 2020
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