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Fact Sheets

FEMA can accept initial damage assessment (IDA) geospatial datasets from state, tribal, and territorial (STT) governments. The dataset will be uploaded to FEMA’s Field Assessment and Collection Tools (FACT) System for review by the FEMA Regional Office as part of a virtual Joint Preliminary Damage Assessment (PDA) or to inform and coordinate an in-person Joint PDA.

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Twitter Space discussing what disaster assistance is available to individuals in the State of New York who were affected by the Hurricane Ida back in early September. We are working closely with New York State officials, local leaders, and other partners to connect survivors with the resources they need to start their recovery.

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FEMA extended the deadline to submit a Proof of Loss form to 180 days after your reported date of loss to allow Louisiana policyholders who suffered flood damage from Hurricane Ida additional time to evaluate their losses and the adjuster’s reports. Normally, the deadline to submit a Standard Flood Insurance Policy (SFIP) Proof of Loss is within 60 days of the loss.

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The Suffolk County Disaster Recovery Center will close permanently at 6 p.m. Saturday but residents affected by Hurricane Ida can still get help with their FEMA applications for disaster assistance. Help is only as far away as your telephone, computer or mobile device.

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Homeowners and renters who have insurance and apply for disaster assistance with FEMA must file an insurance claim as soon as possible.

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Survivors of Tropical Storm Fred who live in Buncombe, Haywood or Transylvania County and received initial rental assistance from FEMA may be eligible for continued rental assistance.

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The deadline to apply for FEMA assistance for the August storms and flooding has passed, but FEMA continues working with our state and local partners to help survivors and communities recover.

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A FEMA Mobile Disaster Recovery Center will visit the Bronx Oct. 29–Nov. 1 to help survivors of Hurricane Ida apply for FEMA disaster assistance and get answer to their questions.

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Residents of Dickson, Hickman, Houston and Humphreys counties affected by severe storms and flooding on Aug. 21, 2021 can apply for federal assistance, which may include grants for temporary housing, repairs and other uninsured losses.

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Residents of Dickson, Hickman, Houston and Humphreys counties affected by severe storms and flooding on Aug. 21, 2021 can apply for federal assistance, which may include grants for temporary housing, repairs and other uninsured losses.

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Last updated November 2, 2020