Gulf Coast Recovery Office

Rebuilding the Gulf Coast

The Gulf Coast Recovery Maps provide detailed information about the infrastructure repair and rebuilding projects across the Gulf Coast. The maps allow you to sort by types of projects, and view them across the Gulf, by State, community, and even neighborhood. FEMA continually makes enhancements and adds more information to the site, so we invite you to visit the recovery maps often.

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Composite Map: Includes all sectors: Education, Rebuilding Public Schools in New Orleans, Health / Hospitals, Historic/Cultural, and Public Safety/Criminal Justice.

Sector Maps

Education Map Marker
Education: Schools, Colleges, Universities. Gulf Coast communities face many challenges in rebuilding their educational facilities.

Public Schools in New Orleans Rebuilding Public Schools in New Orleans: FEMA has partnered with the Louisiana Department of Education, to provide detailed funding and status information about public schools in New Orleans. Learn about the funding that has been provided to schools in New Orleans, and to see which schools have re-opened.

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Health/Hospitals: Healthcare infrastructure in the Gulf Coast was devastated by the hurricanes of 2005.

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Public Works: Gulf Coast roads, bridges, ports, water systems, electrical utilities, and other critical infrastructure were severely impacted by hurricanes Katrina and Rita.

Historic and Cultural Map Marker
Historic/Cultural: Entire communities were disrupted by the Gulf Coast hurricanes of 2005. Many of the damaged sites include commercial centers, town squares, and open spaces.

Public Safety and Justice Map Marker
Public Safety/Criminal Justice: Public Safety and criminal justice facilities and services were severely impaired by hurricanes Katrina and Rita.

Last Modified: Friday, 29-Feb-2008 10:18:18 EST