Designated Areas: Minnesota Flooding

Incident period: March 1, 2010 to April 26, 2010
Major Disaster Declaration declared on April 19, 2010
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1900

Individual Assistance

(Assistance to individuals and households)

None.

Public Assistance

(Assistance to State, Local, Tribal and Territorial governments and certain private-non-profit organizations for emergency work and the repair or replacement of disaster-damaged facilities)

PA

Big Stone County, Blue Earth County, Brown County, Carver County, Chippewa County, Clay County, Cottonwood County, Grant County, Kittson County, Lac qui Parle County, Marshall County, McLeod County, Nicollet County, Norman County, Pennington County, Polk County, Ramsey County, Red Lake County, Redwood County, Renville County, Scott County, Sibley County, Stevens County, Traverse County, Wilkin County and Yellow Medicine County.

PA-A

Big Stone County, Blue Earth County, Brown County, Carver County, Chippewa County, Clay County, Cottonwood County, Grant County, Kittson County, Lac qui Parle County, Marshall County, McLeod County, Nicollet County, Norman County, Pennington County, Polk County, Ramsey County, Red Lake County, Redwood County, Renville County, Scott County, Sibley County, Stevens County, Traverse County, Wilkin County and Yellow Medicine County.

PA-B

Big Stone County, Blue Earth County, Brown County, Carver County, Chippewa County, Clay County, Cottonwood County, Grant County, Kittson County, Lac qui Parle County, Marshall County, McLeod County, Nicollet County, Norman County, Pennington County, Polk County, Ramsey County, Red Lake County, Redwood County, Renville County, Scott County, Sibley County, Stevens County, Traverse County, Wilkin County and Yellow Medicine County.

PA-C

Big Stone County, Blue Earth County, Brown County, Carver County, Chippewa County, Clay County, Cottonwood County, Grant County, Kittson County, Lac qui Parle County, Marshall County, McLeod County, Nicollet County, Norman County, Pennington County, Polk County, Ramsey County, Red Lake County, Redwood County, Renville County, Scott County, Sibley County, Stevens County, Traverse County, Wilkin County and Yellow Medicine County.

PA-D

Big Stone County, Blue Earth County, Brown County, Carver County, Chippewa County, Clay County, Cottonwood County, Grant County, Kittson County, Lac qui Parle County, Marshall County, McLeod County, Nicollet County, Norman County, Pennington County, Polk County, Ramsey County, Red Lake County, Redwood County, Renville County, Scott County, Sibley County, Stevens County, Traverse County, Wilkin County and Yellow Medicine County.

PA-E

Big Stone County, Blue Earth County, Brown County, Carver County, Chippewa County, Clay County, Cottonwood County, Grant County, Kittson County, Lac qui Parle County, Marshall County, McLeod County, Nicollet County, Norman County, Pennington County, Polk County, Ramsey County, Red Lake County, Redwood County, Renville County, Scott County, Sibley County, Stevens County, Traverse County, Wilkin County and Yellow Medicine County.

PA-F

Big Stone County, Blue Earth County, Brown County, Carver County, Chippewa County, Clay County, Cottonwood County, Grant County, Kittson County, Lac qui Parle County, Marshall County, McLeod County, Nicollet County, Norman County, Pennington County, Polk County, Ramsey County, Red Lake County, Redwood County, Renville County, Scott County, Sibley County, Stevens County, Traverse County, Wilkin County and Yellow Medicine County.

PA-G

Big Stone County, Blue Earth County, Brown County, Carver County, Chippewa County, Clay County, Cottonwood County, Grant County, Kittson County, Lac qui Parle County, Marshall County, McLeod County, Nicollet County, Norman County, Pennington County, Polk County, Ramsey County, Red Lake County, Redwood County, Renville County, Scott County, Sibley County, Stevens County, Traverse County, Wilkin County and Yellow Medicine County.

Hazard Mitigation Grant Program
All jurisdictions in Minnesota are eligible to apply for assistance under the Hazard Mitigation Grant Program.
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