Tornado Recovery Resources

Disaster Recovery Project Centers Now Open

September 17, 2013 - The nonprofit community continues to meet the needs of those communities affected by the May tornadoes and floods through coordinated case management under an unprecedented disaster recovery model called Oklahoma Disaster Recovery Project.

Moore Tornado Maps

Moore Oklahoma Tornado Maps

Click the text above to view various maps created following the May 20th Tornado. 

Oklahoma Insurance Department Disaster Recovery Information

The Oklahoma Insurance Department has created a website to provide you with helpful information during your recovery process.

Click here for Information

Small Business Administration Information

U. S. Small Business Administration (SBA)

  • SBA offers low-interest federal disaster loans to Oklahoma residents and businesses impacted by the severe storms and tornadoes that began May 18, 2013 in the Oklahoma counties of Cleveland, Lincoln, McClain, Oklahoma and Pottawatomie.

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Loans for repairing or replacing disaster-damaged property


Are you looking for a way to help others? Serve Moore is looking for volunteers to help with disaster relief and renewal projects.   If you would like to volunteer or need volunteer help please visit and submit a request. 

You can also visit SERVE MOORE Headquarters at 224 S. Chestnut Ave.  Volunteer organizers will assist you or your group with volunteer opportunities. 

Tips for Self-Care during Anniversary Reactions to a Traumatic Event

Some individuals experience reactions to traumatic events near or around the anniversary of those traumatic events. Although anniversary reactions can be upsetting, it is helpful to know that recovery takes time and requires rebuilding on many levels – physically, emotionally, and spiritually. With patience, understanding, and support from family, friends, and community members, individuals can emerge from trauma and disaster stronger than before. Some tips for coping with anniversary reactions to a traumatic event are listed below.

Walkability Challenge

What is walkability? It is a measure of how friendly an area is to walking. Walkability has many health, environmental, and economic benefits. Factors influencing walkability include the presence or absence and quality of footpaths, sidewalks or other pedestrian rights-of-way, traffic and road conditions, building accessibility, and safety, among others

For more information view our slideshow.

The City of Moore is inviting residents to take a walkability audit for their neighborhood. What would you like to see change on your walk to school?