Designated Areas: Kansas Severe Storms, High Winds, Flooding

Incident period: July 13, 1976
Major Disaster Declaration declared on July 13, 1976
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Individual Assistance

(Assistance to individuals and households)

Butler County, Cherokee County, Cowley County, Crawford County, Elk County, Greenwood County, Labette County, Montgomery County, Neosho County and Wilson County.

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

Butler County, Cherokee County, Cowley County, Crawford County, Elk County, Greenwood County, Labette County, Montgomery County, Neosho County and Wilson County.

PA-A

Butler County, Cherokee County, Cowley County, Crawford County, Elk County, Greenwood County, Labette County, Montgomery County, Neosho County and Wilson County.

PA-B

Butler County, Cherokee County, Cowley County, Crawford County, Elk County, Greenwood County, Labette County, Montgomery County, Neosho County and Wilson County.

PA-C

Butler County, Cherokee County, Cowley County, Crawford County, Elk County, Greenwood County, Labette County, Montgomery County, Neosho County and Wilson County.

PA-D

Butler County, Cherokee County, Cowley County, Crawford County, Elk County, Greenwood County, Labette County, Montgomery County, Neosho County and Wilson County.

PA-E

Butler County, Cherokee County, Cowley County, Crawford County, Elk County, Greenwood County, Labette County, Montgomery County, Neosho County and Wilson County.

PA-F

Butler County, Cherokee County, Cowley County, Crawford County, Elk County, Greenwood County, Labette County, Montgomery County, Neosho County and Wilson County.

PA-G

Butler County, Cherokee County, Cowley County, Crawford County, Elk County, Greenwood County, Labette County, Montgomery County, Neosho County and Wilson County.

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