Current Major Disaster Declarations in Missouri
Missouri is frequently visited by natural disasters, such as ice storms, tornadoes, severe storms, and flooding. Since 1990, Missouri has received more than 35 federal major disaster declarations. It is the responsibility of the State Emergency Management Agency to work with local governments to ensure that all appropriate information is collected about the impact of disasters on local communities and then compile the information for the Governor. Depending on the event, the Governor may request that the President issue an emergency or major disaster declaration.
You can view the latest declarations of disasters in Missouri by clicking on the following link: Disaster
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