In response to the severe storms and widespread flooding in Iowa that began March 13, the president approved a Major Disaster Declaration March 23 for five counties along the Missouri River for Individual Assistance and 56 counties throughout the state for Public Assistance.
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DES MOINES, Iowa – The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is required by law to provide public notice of its intent to provide federal assistance and grant opportunities via the Public Assistance (PA), Individual Assistance (IA), or Hazard
PUBLIC NOTICE - IOWADR-4421-IA
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OverviewDR-4421 Major Disaster Declaration issued March 23, 2019Incident Period: March 12 – June 15, 2019Designated Counties
DES MOINES, Iowa – The keys to effective disaster preparedness—be informed, make a plan and take action—apply to all of us, but people with disabilities or access and functional needs (AFN) should approach preparedness planning with additional considerations.
DES MOINES, Iowa – Residents of Muscatine County who sustained damage during the March 12–June 15 severe storms and flooding may not know what happens after they register for disaster assistance with FEMA.Applicants with disaster losses are assigned a registration identification number for future reference in identifying their case. In most cases, a FEMA-contracted inspector will call to make an appointment to visit the damaged property and assess the loss.The following are points to remember during inspections: