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2019-04-04 19:13 - News Release

As of April 1, unless otherwise noted Since the federal disaster declaration for Hurricane Michael, Gulf County residents have received more than $130.6 million in total federal funds:

2019-04-04 19:04 - News Release

As of April 1, unless otherwise noted Since the federal disaster declaration for Hurricane Michael, Bay County residents have received more than $646 million in federal funds:

2019-04-04 18:39 - News Release

As of April 1, unless otherwise noted Since the federal disaster declaration for Hurricane Michael, residents of Jackson County have received more than $62.4 million in total federal funds:

2019-04-03 16:04 - News Release

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — When the Bay County Community Recovery Center opened its doors two weeks ago in the Bay County Public Library, it became the first of its kind in the continental United States, providing locally based support for ongoing disaster survivor needs.  

2019-04-03 13:49 - News Release

ATLANTA – Six months after Hurricane Michael’s historic landfall on the Florida Panhandle, federal funds totaling nearly $1.4 billion have been approved for recovery in Florida and Georgia. President Trump designated a combined 107 counties under separate major disaster declarations in Florida, Georgia and North Carolina, making federal funds available to aid recovery efforts.As of April 1, 2019

2019-03-29 17:56 - News Release

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — FEMA has approved a $2,498,434 cost-share adjustment to Panama City’s grant for the costs of debris removal following Hurricane Michael under the FEMA Public Assistance Program. Panama City previously was awarded $7,495,304 for debris removal. On March 9, President Trump expanded the federal cost share for debris removal and emergency protective measures to 100 percent for the first 45 days from Hurricane Michael’s landfall.  

2019-03-29 12:43 - News Release

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — FEMA has approved a $9,842,926 grant to the state of Florida that will reimburse the Florida Department of Transportation (DOT) for the costs of debris removal in Jackson County following Hurricane Michael under FEMA’s Public Assistance program. 

2019-03-26 20:22 - News Release

As of March 25, unless otherwise noted Since the federal disaster declaration for Hurricane Michael, Gulf County residents have received more than $130.5 million in total federal funds:

2019-03-26 20:12 - News Release

Since the federal disaster declaration for Hurricane Michael, residents of Jackson County have received more than $62.2 million in total federal funds:

2019-03-26 13:20 - News Release

The State of Florida, due to the impact of Hurricane Michael, requested FEMA provide expedited funding to Public Assistance applicants. Grants provided through FEMA’s Public Assistance Program reimburse eligible applicants for expenses caused by a federally declared disaster. Eligible applicants include state, local, and federally recognized tribal governments and any other political subdivision of the state. Certain private non-profit (PNP) organizations also may receive assistance.