New Hampshire Severe Storms and Flooding (DR-1695)

Incident period: April 15, 2007 to April 23, 2007
Major Disaster Declaration declared on April 27, 2007

Updates and Articles, Blogs, and News Releases

July 20, 2007
News Release
PORTSMOUTH, N.H. -- New Hampshire continues to recover three months after flooding from the April nor'easter. State and federal assistance to New Hampshire residents and communities has surpassed $17.4 million in response to the floods.
July 13, 2007
News Release
PORTSMOUTH, N.H. -- Three months removed from the April nor'easter flooding, New Hampshire continues to move along on the road to recovery. State and federal assistance to New Hampshire residents and communities has surpassed $14.9 million in response to the floods. Nearly 2,000 households applied for assistance after President Bush approved a federal disaster declaration on April 27, 2007.
June 27, 2007
News Release
PORTSMOUTH, N.H. -- In the two months since New Hampshire received a Presidential disaster declaration, more than $9.5 million in federal and state disaster aid to help in recovery from April's nor'easter has been approved for residents and communities, according to the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and New Hampshire Homeland Security and Emergency Management (HSEM).
June 20, 2007
News Release
PORTSMOUTH, N.H. -- As the deadline for individuals and households to register for assistance nears, federal and state disaster aid to help in recovery from April's nor'easter has surpassed $8.1 million, according to the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and New Hampshire Homeland Security and Emergency Management (HSEM).
June 18, 2007
News Release
PORTSMOUTH, N.H. -- Only one week remains for New Hampshire residents and business owners who sustained damage from the severe storms and flooding occurring April 15 - 23 to apply for disaster assistance. The deadline to apply is June 26.
June 15, 2007
News Release
PORTSMOUTH, N.H. -- When a disaster strikes, damaged public facilities add to the disruption of people’s lives. Bridges can be damaged or destroyed along with roads, public buildings, parks and water treatment plants. Tons of debris can clog roads, ditches and public spaces, and communications and emergency services can be disrupted.

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