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FACT SHEET: Recovery at a Glance – Holmes County

As of Oct. 15, unless otherwise noted

 

Since the federal disaster declaration for Hurricane Michael, Holmes County residents, local governments and private non-profits have received about $2.9 million in total federal funds:

FACT SHEET: Recovery at a Glance – Taylor County

As of Oct. 16, unless otherwise noted

 

Since the federal disaster declaration for Hurricane Michael, Taylor County residents, local governments and private non-profits have received about $981,000 in total federal funds:

FACT SHEET: Recovery at a Glance – Washington County

As of Oct. 15, unless otherwise noted

 

Since the federal disaster declaration for Hurricane Michael, Washington County residents, local governments and private non-profits have received about $13.4 million in total federal funds:

FACT SHEET: Recovery at a Glance – Leon County

As of Oct. 15, unless otherwise noted

 

Since the federal disaster declaration for Hurricane Michael, Leon County residents, local governments and private non-profits have received about $18 million in total federal funds:

FACT SHEET: Recovery at a Glance – Franklin County

As of Oct. 15, unless otherwise noted

 

Since the federal disaster declaration for Hurricane Michael, Franklin County residents, local governments and private non-profits have received about $29.1 million in total federal funds:

FEMA Awards the City of Tampa Nearly $5.6 Million For Hurricane Irma Expenses

ORLANDO, Fla. – FEMA has approved two projects totaling $5,573,626 for the State of Florida to help the City of Tampa defray the costs of debris removal for Hurricane Irma under FEMA’s Public Assistance Program.

FEMA funds will reimburse the city for the collection, reduction, and disposal of debris throughout the City of Tampa between Sept. 18 and Dec. 2, 2017. During that time period, city workers and contractors gathered and hauled away 289,109 cubic yards of vegetative debris from roads and public property for landfill disposal.

FEMA Awards Broward County Communities Nearly $6.5 Million for Hurricane Irma Expenses

ORLANDO, Fla. – FEMA has approved $6,487,958 for the State of Florida to help Broward County communities defray the costs of responding to and cleaning up from Hurricane Irma under FEMA’s Public Assistance Program.

The grants consist of:

FEMA Awards Charlotte County Nearly $1.3 Million for Emergency Generators

ORLANDO, Fla. – Charlotte County will receive nearly $1.3 million in federal grant money to purchase 14 stationary and 10 portable emergency generators to help keep the county sewage system operational during emergencies.

The Federal Emergency Management Agency’s Hazard Mitigation Grant Program (HMGP) has approved $1,253,979 to help fund the installation of backup power generators throughout Charlotte County. These generators will be used to prevent service interruptions at high-flow sewage pumping stations following severe storm events.

FEMA Awards Pinellas County More Than $3.9 Million for Upgraded Traffic Signals

ORLANDO, Fla. – Pinellas County will receive more than $3.9 million in federal grant money to upgrade traffic lights at 16 locations from lights hanging on wires to more wind-resistant ones mounted on metal mast arms. 

FEMA Awards Broward County More Than $5 Million To Install Back-up Generators at Homeless Shelters and Strengthen Them Against Wind

ORLANDO, Fla. – Broward County will receive a $5 million federal grant to strengthen two homeless shelters against wind damage and install back-up generators to help them better withstand storms.