Designated Areas: Disaster 4529

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Individual Assistance

Individuals and households in these designated counties are eligible to apply for financial and direct services. Apply for assistance, or learn more about the Individual Assistance program.

None

Public Assistance

State, local, tribal and territorial governments and certain private-non-profit organizations in these designated counties are eligible for assistance for emergency work and the repair or replacement of disaster-damaged facilities. Learn more about the Public Assistance program.

PA

None

PA-A

None

PA-B

  • Alamo Navajo Indian Reservation
  • Bernalillo (County)
  • Canoncito Indian Reservation
  • Catron (County)
  • Chaves (County)
  • Cibola (County)
  • Cochiti Pueblo (Indian Reservation)
  • Colfax (County)
  • Curry (County)
  • DeBaca (County)
  • Dona Ana (County)
  • Eddy (County)
  • Grant (County)
  • Guadalupe (County)
  • Harding (County)
  • Hidalgo (County)
  • Isleta Pueblo (Indian Reservation)
  • Jemez Pueblo (Indian Reservation)
  • Jicarilla Apache Indian Reservation
  • Laguna Pueblo (Indian Reservation)
  • Lea (County)
  • Lincoln (County)
  • Los Alamos (County)
  • Luna (County)
  • McKinley (County)
  • Mescalero Tribe
  • Mora (County)
  • Nambe Pueblo (Indian Reservation)
  • Navajo Nation Reservation (Also AZ and UT)
  • Otero (County)
  • Pueblo of Acoma
  • Pueblo of Picuris
  • Pueblo of Pojoaque
  • Pueblo of San Felipe
  • Pueblo of Santa Ana
  • Pueblo of Santa Clara
  • Pueblo of Taos
  • Quay (County)
  • Ramah Navajo Community (Indian Reservation)
  • Rio Arriba (County)
  • Roosevelt (County)
  • San Felipe Pueblo (Indian Reservation)
  • San Felipe/Santa Ana Joint Area
  • San Felipe/Santo Domingo Joint Area
  • San Ildefonso Pueblo (Indian Reservation)
  • San Juan (County)
  • San Juan Pueblo (Indian Reservation)
  • San Miguel (County)
  • Sandia Pueblo (Indian Reservation)
  • Sandoval (County)
  • Santa Ana Pueblo (Indian Reservation)
  • Santa Clara Pueblo (Indian Reservation)
  • Santa Fe (County)
  • Santo Domingo Pueblo (Indian Reservation)
  • Sierra (County)
  • Socorro (County)
  • Taos (County)
  • Taos Pueblo (Indian Reservation)
  • Tesuque Pueblo (Indian Reservation)
  • Torrance (County)
  • Union (County)
  • Ute Mountain Indian Reservation (Also CO)
  • Valencia (County)
  • Zia Pueblo (Indian Reservation)
  • Zuni Pueblo (Indian Reservation)

PA-C

None

PA-D

None

PA-E

None

PA-F

None

PA-G

None

PA-H

None


How a Disaster Gets Declared

The Robert T. Stafford Disaster Relief and Emergency Assistance Act states in part that: "All requests for a declaration by the President that a major disaster exists shall be made by the governor of the affected state or territory, or by the tribal leader."

Visit our How a Disaster Gets Declared page for detailed information on the rules and procedures that guide the process, including:

  • Requirements governors/leaders follow when submitting their request for a presidential disaster declaration.
  • Authorities granting federally recognized Indian tribal governments the option to request a presidential emergency or major disaster declaration.
  • How FEMA regional offices work with state or Indian tribal governments to conduct Preliminary Damage Assessments (PDAs).
  • Factors that determine when individual assistance is made available.