Arkansas Severe Storms & Flooding (DR-1363)

Incident period: February 14, 2001 to March 21, 2001
Major Disaster Declaration declared on March 13, 2001

Updates and Articles, Blogs, and News Releases

April 20, 2001
News Release
Little Rock, AR -- The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), in compliance with an executive order permitting the donation of surplus federal equipment to educational institutions, today donated 91 computers valued at $188,258, which is the first installment of a total of 112 computers valued at $240,758, to the Russellville Independent School District.
April 9, 2001
News Release
Little Rock, AR -- Little River County is included in the Major Disaster Declaration for Public Assistance to governments and certain nonprofits to help with recovery from the February 14 flooding. This brings the total number of counties included in the declaration to 22. All 22 counties are eligible for reimbursement of expenses incurred for:
April 6, 2001
News Release
Little Rock, AR -- Communities in federally declared counties affected by the recent severe storms and flooding may be eligible for assistance with emergency protective measures, debris removal and restoration or replacement of disaster damaged public facilities. Public Assistance refers to the collective public, not to individuals, as in the phrase, "public property." Eligible applicants are those who are legally responsible for eligible work in the designated disaster area and are one of the following:
April 5, 2001
News Release
Little Rock, AR -- Eight additional Arkansas counties are now included in the Major Disaster Declaration for Public Assistance to governments and certain nonprofits to help with recovery from the February 14 flooding. This brings the total number of counties included in the declaration to 21. The newly added counties are Cleveland, Conway, Craighead, Dallas, Lafayette, Newton, Ouachita and Polk. All 21 counties are eligible for reimbursement of expenses incurred for:
March 28, 2001
News Release
Little Rock, AR -- Every year, more homes in the United States are damaged by floods than any other natural disaster, a fact brought home this spring by Arkansas flooding. Having a flood insurance policy, available to everyone who lives in a community that participates in the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP), is the best way to help begin the process of recovering from a flood.
March 26, 2001
News Release
Little Rock, AR -- With the advent of the spring floods and the presidential declaration of 13 Arkansas counties for Public Assistance relief for infrastructure, attention turns to the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) for homeowners. Top 10 Facts Every Consumer Needs to Know About NFIP

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