FEMA assigned a little over $5 million for permanent works in three iconic recreational facilities at the Municipality of the Capital City: Parque Central, Hiram Bithorn Stadium and Luis Muñoz Marín Park.
Next to insurance, a low-interest disaster loan from the U.S. Small Business Administration is the primary source of funds for New Jersey survivors to make property repairs and for replacing contents destroyed by the remnants of Hurricane Ida.
New Jersey residents affected by the remnants of Hurricane Ida’s storms and rains don’t need to wait for a visit from a FEMA housing inspector or their insurance company to start cleaning up and making repairs.
FEMA inspectors record disaster-caused damage. They do not determine if you’re eligible for FEMA assistance or the amount or type of assistance that FEMA can offer. It is important to respond when they try to contact you.