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North Carolina Huracn Isabel (DR-1490)

Periodo del incidente: septiembre 18, 2003 to septiembre 26, 2003
Major Disaster Declaration declarada el septiembre 18, 2003

Actualizaciones

octubre 15, 2003 - Comunicado de prensa

Raleigh, NC -- Especialistas de desastre tendrán un puesto en la Feria Estatal en Raleigh empezando el viernes para demostrar como construir o reparar casas y negocios de una manera resistente al desastre.

octubre 15, 2003 - Comunicado de prensa

Raleigh, NC -- Los habitantes de los 47 condados designados zonas de desastre de Carolina del Norte que tienen pozos de agua potable o fosas sépticas que fueron dañadas durante el huracán son elegibles para solicitar ayuda financiera para restaurarlos, declararon los funcionarios de la Agencia Federal Para El Manejo de Emergencias (FEMA).

octubre 15, 2003 - Comunicado de prensa

Raleigh, NC -- Las víctimas de desastre a causa del Huracán Isabel solamente tienen 30 días más para registrarse con la Agencia Federal Para El Manejo De Emergencias, (FEMA) para poder recibir asistencia federal y estatal para poder recuperarse de los daños causados por el desastre. El período para registrarse es de 60 días y el 17 de octubre se llegará a la mitad de este tiempo. Por ley no se pueden registrar después del 17 de noviembre, pero FEMA continuará el proceso de las solicitudes recibidas antes de la fecha de cierre.

Asistencia Financiera

Individual Assistance - Dollars Approved

Individuals & Household Program (IHP): Provides money and services to people in Presidentially declared disaster areas.

Housing Assistance (HA): Provides assistance for disaster-related housing needs.

Other Needs Assistance (ONA): Provides assistance for other disaster-related needs, such as furnishings, transportation, and medical.

Total Individual Assistance (IA) - Applications Approved: Total Individual & Households Program - Dollars Approved* Total Housing Assistance - Dollars Approved* Total Other Needs Assistance - Dollars Approved*
Total Amount 25,950 $45,380,866.63 $23,122,365.52 $22,258,501.11
Last Updated: jueves, 28 abril, 2016 - 05:04 (Updated daily)

Public Assistance - Dollars Approved

Public Assistance (PA): Disaster grant assistance available for communities to quickly respond to and recover from major disasters or emergencies declared by the President

Emergency Work (Categories A-B): Work that must be performed to reduce or eliminate an immediate threat to life, protect public health and safety, and to protect improved property that is significantly threatened due to disasters or emergencies declared by the President

Permanent Work (Categories C-G): Work that is required to restore a damaged facility, through repair or restoration, to its pre-disaster design, function, and capacity in accordance with applicable codes and standards

*Dollars Approved: Assistance dollars approved but not necessarily disbursed.

*Dollars Obligated: Funds made available to the State via electronic transfer following FEMA's final review and approval of Public Assistance projects.

Total Public Assistance Grants - Dollars Obligated* Emergency Work (Categories A-B) - Dollars Obligated* Permanent Work (Categories C-G) - Dollars Obligated*
Total Amount $70,854,431.54 $50,724,584.41 $19,149,915.85
Last Updated: jueves, 28 abril, 2016 - 05:56 (Updated daily)

Related Links

North Carolina: Mitigation in action - 1st in a 3-part series from FEMA.gov » Part 1 - Belhaven
» Part 2 - Coastal Carolina
» Part 3 - Mitigation Education

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Damage caused by Hurricane Isabel. Damage caused by Hurricane Isabel.
Edenton, NC, September 21, 2003 -- A home just north of town damaged by a tree felled by Hurricane Isabel. Photo by Mark Wolfe/FEMA News Photo Kitty Hawk, NC, September 26, 2003 -- A house on the coast destroyed by Hurricane Isabel. Photo by Mark Wolfe/FEMA News Photo