Designated Areas: New Mexico SEVERE STORMS, SNOW MELT, FLOODING

Incident period: May 11, 1973
Major Disaster Declaration declared on May 11, 1973
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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

Colfax County, Harding County, McKinley County, Mora County, Rio Arriba County, San Miguel County, Sandoval County, Santa Fe County, Taos County, Union County and Valencia County.

PA-A

Colfax County, Harding County, McKinley County, Mora County, Rio Arriba County, San Miguel County, Sandoval County, Santa Fe County, Taos County, Union County and Valencia County.

PA-B

Colfax County, Harding County, McKinley County, Mora County, Rio Arriba County, San Miguel County, Sandoval County, Santa Fe County, Taos County, Union County and Valencia County.

PA-C

Colfax County, Harding County, McKinley County, Mora County, Rio Arriba County, San Miguel County, Sandoval County, Santa Fe County, Taos County, Union County and Valencia County.

PA-D

Colfax County, Harding County, McKinley County, Mora County, Rio Arriba County, San Miguel County, Sandoval County, Santa Fe County, Taos County, Union County and Valencia County.

PA-E

Colfax County, Harding County, McKinley County, Mora County, Rio Arriba County, San Miguel County, Sandoval County, Santa Fe County, Taos County, Union County and Valencia County.

PA-F

Colfax County, Harding County, McKinley County, Mora County, Rio Arriba County, San Miguel County, Sandoval County, Santa Fe County, Taos County, Union County and Valencia County.

PA-G

Colfax County, Harding County, McKinley County, Mora County, Rio Arriba County, San Miguel County, Sandoval County, Santa Fe County, Taos County, Union County and Valencia County.

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