Emergencia

INFORMACION PARA EFECTADOS POR EL TORNADO EN EL ESTADO DE OKLAHOMA

Website: Oklahoma Government

The latest news and information from the Oklahoma Department of Emergency Management
Gov. Fallin Announces Federal Assistance Granted
Oklahoma City — Gov. Mary Fallin announced today that the White House has approved the state’s request for disaster assistance for five Oklahoma counties hit hard by this week’s deadly tornadoes.
Severe Weather Situation Update 2
Due to widespread tornado damage and continuing severe weather conditions across Oklahoma, the State Emergency Operations Center remains activated. The Oklahoma Department of Emergency Management (OEM…
Governor Fallin Declares State of Emergency Due to Tornadoes, Straight-line Winds, Flooding
OKLAHOMA CITY – Governor Mary Fallin today declared a State of Emergency for 16 Oklahoma counties due to tornadoes, severe storms, straight-line winds and flooding that began Saturday.

This is your one stop resource for helpful telephone numbers in Oklahoma City. From cable providers to city services, check here for the number. And if there’s an important number missing, just let me know.

UTILITIES

Electric: OG&E – (405) 272-9741
Gas: Oklahoma Natural Gas – (405) 551-4000
Water: OKC Dept. of Water and Wastewater – (405) 297-2833
Trash Collection: OKC Dept. of Water and Wastewater – (405) 297-2833
City Services (General): City of OKC – (405) 297-2422
EMERGENCY SERVICES

OKC Police Dispatch – (405) 231-2121
OKC Fire Chief – (405) 297-3314
Animal Welfare – (405) 297-3100
EMSA – (405) 297-7100
Deaconess Emergency – (405) 604-4107
Integris – (405) 949-3155
OU Medical – (405) 271-4700
CITY DEPARTMENTS

Airports – (405) 680-3200
City Clerk – (405) 297-2391
City Manager – (405) 297-2345
MAPS – (405) 297-3461
Municipal Courts – (405) 297-2673
Neighborhood Services – (405) 297-2972
Parks and Recreation – (405) 297-3882
Personnel – (405) 297-2530
Public Information – (405) 297-2578
Public Works – (405) 297-2581
Transit – (405) 235-RIDE
Zoo – (405) 424-3344
TAGS AND LICENSES

Voter Registration: OK County Election Board – (405) 713-1515
Car Tags and Registration: Oklahoma Tax Commission – (405) 521-3221
Driver’s Licenses: OK Department of Public Safety – (405) 425-2424
Tag Agencies: To search by city, click here.
CABLE AND PHONE

Cox Communications – (405) 600-8282
Directv – (800) Directv
Comcast Cable – (800) 266-2278
Dish Network – (866) 861-9071
Birch Telecom – (866) 347-3843
Cox Communications – (405) 604-3663
AT&T (Formerly SBC) – (800) 294-8433
TDS Telecom – (405) 390-2291
SURROUNDING CITIES

Bethany – (405) 789-2146
Del City – (405) 677-5741
Edmond – (405) 348-8830
El Reno – (405) 422-2146
Midwest City – (405) 732-2281
Moore – (405) 793-5000
Nichols Hills – (405) 843-6637
The Village – (405) 751-8861
Warr Acres – (405) 789-2892
Yukon – (405) 354-2163
For even more central Oklahoma cities, click here.

Fuente: FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency) http://www.fema.gov

Las personas, familias y empresas pueden ser elegibles para recibir asistencia federal si viven, son propietarias de una empresa o trabajan en un condado que haya sido declarado como Zona de Desastre Mayor,

incurren en pérdidas o daños suficientes a sus propiedades y, dependiendo del tipo de asistencia, no tienen seguro u otros recursos para satisfacer sus necesidades.

Para solicitar la asistencia para vivienda en desastres e IFG, todo lo que tiene que hacer es llamar al número de teléfono especial 1-800-462-9029 (TTY: 1-800-462-7585) sin costo de llamada, y registrarse. Los operadores especialmente capacitados de alguno de los Centros Nacionales de Servicio de Procesamiento de FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency) procesarán su solicitud. También puede aplicar a la ayuda por internet y hacerle seguimiento en el siguiente sitio web: http://www.disasterassistance.gov

Según Eduardo Giraldo, ex candidato al Concejo y experto en los temas de seguros, lo más importante a la hora de hacer el reclamo es:

1o: Reportar lo mas pronto posible la perdida a Fema a través de la línea 1-800-462-9029

2o: Aplicar en el sitio web http://www.disasterassistance.gov

3o: Aportar suficientes fotografías de la propiedad afectada.

4o: Aportar el mayor número de recibos y pruebas que demuestren que el reclamante es el dueño de la propiedad afectada.

Sus derechos: Cada organismo federal que ofrece asistencia financiera federal es responsable de investigar las quejas por discriminación en el uso de sus fondos. Si cree que usted u otras personas protegidas por las leyes de los Derechos Civiles han sido objeto de discriminación para recibir asistencia en desastres, puede comunicarse con uno de los Funcionarios de Igualdad de Derechos (Equal Rights Officers, ERO) de FEMA, quienes tienen el deber de garantizar la igualdad de acceso a todos programas de FEMA para desastres. El ERO intentará resolver sus problemas.

FEMA
Tel:1800621
WWW.FEMA.GOV

HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS TIPS:

Tips to prepare after a hurricane Sign up for emergency alert notification system

SHELTERS:

For information on available shelters throughout call 2-1-1

PUBLIC HEALTH INFORMATION:

STATE PARKS, BEACHES & CAMPGROUNDS:

Continually updated information regarding the status of all state parks, beaches and campgrounds can be found on the Department of Energy and Environmental
Protection website.

CONSUMER PROTECTION

Reports of suspected profiteering or unconscionably excessive pricing of gasoline or other fuels can be made to the Department of Consumer Protection.
Please include the business name, its location, and the prices you observed.
Reports can also be made to the Department’s Hotline at 1-800-842 2649 and at 860-713-6160.

INSURANCE PROTECTION

SOCIAL MEDIA:

Ready

Plan. Prepare. Stay Informed.

Launched in February 2003, Ready is a national public service advertising campaign designed to educate and empower Americans to prepare for and respond to emergencies including natural disasters and potential terrorist attacks. The goal of the campaign is to get the public involved and ultimately to increase the level of basic preparedness across the nation.

Empowering Americans to Prepare for and Respond to Emergencies

Ready asks individuals to take these simple steps:

  • Prepare, plan and stay informed in the event of a disaster
  • Build an emergency supply kit and make a family emergency plan
  • Be informed about what to do before, during and after a disaster as well as the range of different types of emergencies that could occur and appropriate responses
  • Get involved in community efforts such as Citizen Corps

Reaching Many Audiences in Many Languages

In addition to the core information, the site offers special focus sections for business and kids, as well as a Spanish language version of the site called Listo.

The Ready site itself has content available in 12 languages, including Arabic, Chinese, French, Haitian, Hindi, Japanese, Korean, Russian, Spanish, Tagalog, Urdu and Vietnamese.

RELATED LINKS

www.ready.gov
www.listo.gov (Spanish language)
www.citizencorps.gov

Disaster Assistance

Resources to Recover & Rebuild
Review information on how to return home safely
Meet with someone in person at Federal disaster recovery centers

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