Fact Sheets

This interim final rule sets out the procedures for Claimants to seek compensation for injury or loss of property resulting from the Hermit’s Peak/Calf Canyon Fire.

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After FEMA Disaster Recovery Centers (DRCs) close, survivors whose properties were affected by Hurricane Fiona can update their FEMA applications, learn about the appeals process or check the status of their claims.

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Survivors should be aware that con artists and criminals may try to obtain money or steal personal information through fraud, scams, or identity theft. In some cases, thieves try to register with FEMA using names, addresses and Social Security numbers they have stolen from survivors.

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Owners and renters in St. Clair County, Ill. who experienced losses from the July 25-28 flooding must be able to prove they occupied the disaster-damaged primary residence before receiving Housing Assistance and some types of Other Needs Assistance. FEMA now accepts a broader range of documentation.

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If your home was damaged by Hurricane Ian, contact your community’s local floodplain manager or building and permitting departments to determine what steps you’ll need to take before starting repairs.

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Last updated November 2, 2020