News and Media: Disaster 4337

Press Releases & Fact Sheets

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Hurricane Irma struck Florida Sept. 10, 2017, causing severe damage in many parts of the state. Federal funding for recovery has totaled more than $5.58 billion in assistance to households and communities, low-interest disaster loans and flood insurance payments.
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Nearly five years after Hurricane Irma travelled the length of Florida, communities are making themselves more resilient as they restore public facilities with the help of FEMA grants.
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FEMA has awarded grants totaling $3,904,527 for the State of Florida to reimburse applicants for administrative costs and emergency response following Hurricane Irma in 2017.
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FEMA has awarded grants totaling $8,912,357 for the State of Florida to reimburse applicants for debris removal, emergency response, repairs and administrative costs following Hurricane Irma in 2017. ¬
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FEMA has approved a grant of $8,346,330 for the State of Florida to help Miami-Dade County defray the cost of repairs after Hurricane Irma in 2017.
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PDFs, Graphics & Multimedia

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Draft Environmental Assessment for City of Fort Myers Canal Armoring, HMGP-4337-0227-FL, May 2024

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Mitigation Assessment Team Report: Hurricane Irma in Florida (FEMA P-2023)

The MAT deployed to Florida assessed the performance of municipal buildings, coastal residential properties, and public facilities. The MAT focused on structures in Lee, Collier, Miami-Dade, and Monroe Counties.

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Mitigation Assessment Team Compendium Report: 2017 Hurricane Season (FEMA P-2054)

The 2017 Atlantic hurricane season was extremely active, producing 17 named storms. Six of these storms became major hurricanes (Category 3, 4, or 5), and three ranked in the National Hurricane Center’s (NHC’s) top five hurricanes with the greatest cumulative damage.

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Finding of No Significant Impact (FONSI) for Indian River County Sector 3 Beach Restoration, signed 12/30/2020

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Final Environmental Assessment including FONSI signed 9/25/2023 for Tuckahoe Mansion Breakwater Construction Project, FEMA-DR-4337, September 2023

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Public Notice for Tuckahoe Mansion Breakwater Construction Project, FEMA-DR-4337-FL, August 2023

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Draft Environmental Assessment for Tuckahoe Mansion Breakwater Construction Project, FEMA-DR-4337-FL, August 2023

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Executive Summary for Programmatic EA Public Facilities, July 2022

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Programmatic EA for Public Facilities Infrastructure Recovery and Resiliency, July 2022

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Public Notice for Programmatic EA Public Facilities, August 2022