Official websites use .mass.gov
A .mass.gov website belongs to an official government organization in Massachusetts.
Secure websites use HTTPS certificate
A lock icon (
) or https:// means you’ve safely connected to the official website. Share sensitive information only on official, secure websites.
We are testing UserWay, a tool that will let you change color contrast and other visual styles. Click the button below to open the settings.
If you'd like to share your feedback on this specific feature and help us make the site more accessible, please fill out this short survey.
Top-requested sites to log in to services provided by the state
The MEMA-led Northeast Emergency Management Training and Education Center is designed to strengthen New England’s preparedness and resiliency
Legislators, senior officials, and the public tour the underground bunker that serves as MEMA headquarters and learn about the evolution of emergency management in the Commonwealth
‘ResilientMass’ plan establishes an Office of Climate Science and identifies key actions state government can make to promote resiliency
Agencies share a vision to embed access and equity in all aspects of emergency management
National Weather Service officials do not expect the hurricane to make landfall in Massachusetts; Tropical Storm Warning in effect along the state’s coast
State agencies will provide educational resources on disaster readiness during the month of September to encourage individual and community resiliency
Comprehensive Training Equips Public Safety Professionals to Tackle Climate-Related Challenges and Enhance Disaster Preparedness
The Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency welcomed regional partners to promote collaboration, knowledge sharing, and community resilience for weather emergencies
Website provides centralized assistance for residents, businesses, and municipalities affected by flooding
Governor Maura Healey has declared July 9-15, 2023, to be “Hurricane Preparedness Week,” recognizing the importance of preparing for the impact of extreme weather.
The Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency invites residents to prioritize personal preparedness and explore digital planning resources
The program, led by the Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency, provides professional development and recognition for state and local emergency managers.
Proposed FY24 budget invests in MEMA’s emergency preparedness efforts; Supports state and local response and recovery operations