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West Virginia Covid-19 Pandemic
Periodo incidente: Gen 20, 2020 and continuing.
Data dichiarazione: Apr 3, 2020
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Help for Individuals and Families After a Disaster
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Richiesta di assistenza per calamità
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La U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) statunitense ha stabilito strutture per fornire ai titolari di imprese, organizzazioni no profit, proprietari di case e locatari risposte sul programma di prestiti per calamità della SBA, spiegare il processo di richiesta e aiutare ciascun individuo a completare la richiesta di prestito online. Tali strutture possono essere virtuali o fisiche, in base alle circostanze della calamità e altri fattori. Cliccate qui per ulteriori informazioni: DisasterLoanAssistance.sba.gov/ela/s/
Per ottenere informazioni sul tipo di struttura che serve la vostra zona, l’indirizzo e gli orari, visitate la sezione qui sotto “Risorse locali” oppure contattate il Centro assistenza clienti SBA al numero 1-800-659-2955 o per email DisasterCustomerService@sba.gov.
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Opuscoli “Assistenza dopo una calamità”
Tradotto in 27 lingue, l’opuscolo “Assistenza dopo una calamità” è uno strumento che può essere condiviso nella comunità per aiutare a capire i tipi di assistenza FEMA che potrebbero essere disponibili per sostenere gli individui e le famiglie nel recupero dopo una calamità.
Notiziari e Media locali
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MAJOR DISASTER DECLARATION
June 11, 2020
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (“FEMA”) within the U.S. Department of Homeland Security is giving public notice of its intent to reimburse eligible applicants for emergency protective measures taken to protect public health and safety as a result of the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (“COVID-19”) beginning on January 20, 2020 and continuing. FEMA is also giving public notice that, in some cases, it may provide financial assistance for activities that may affect historic properties, may be located in or affect wetland areas or the 100-year floodplain, and/or may involve critical actions within the 500-year floodplain.
- Public Notice – Major Disaster Declaration and Overview of Authorized Assistance
The President declared on April 3, 2020 that a major disaster exists within the State of West Virginia pursuant to the Robert T. Stafford Disaster Relief and Emergency Assistance Act, Pub. L. No. 93-288 (1974) (codified as amended at 42 U.S.C. § 5121 et seq.) (“Stafford Act”) as a result of COVID-19 beginning on January 20, 2020 and continuing. FEMA has administratively numbered the declaration for the State of West Virginia as FEMA-4517-DR-WV. Under this declaration, FEMA will provide financial and/or direct assistance to the State of West Virginia under Category B of the Public Assistance Program as authorized by Section 403 of the Stafford Act. Eligible emergency protective measures taken to respond to the COVID-19 disaster at the direction or guidance of public health officials may be reimbursed under Public Assistance Category B. State and local government entities and certain private nonprofit organizations throughout the entire State of West Virginia are eligible to apply for Public Assistance.
- Public Notice – Assistance for Activities Located in or that Affect Wetlands Areas or Floodplains or that Affect Historic Properties
Some of the activities for which FEMA provides assistance under Public Assistance Category B may affect historic properties, may be located in or affect wetland areas or the 100-year floodplain, and/or may involve critical actions within the 500-year floodplain. In those cases, FEMA must comply with Executive Order 11988, Floodplain Management; Executive Order 11990, Protection of Wetlands; the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966, 54 U.S.C. § 300101 et seq.) (“NHPA”); and the implementing regulations at 44 C.F.R. pt. 9 (Floodplain Management and Protection of Wetlands) and 36 C.F.R. pt. 800 (Protection of Historic Properties). The executive orders, NHPA, and/or regulations require FEMA to provide public notice for certain activities as part of approving the award of assistance for specific Public Assistance Category B projects.
- Federal Actions in or Affecting Floodplains and Wetlands
Executive Orders 11988 and 11990 require that all federal actions (including federal awards of financial assistance) in or affecting the floodplain or wetlands be reviewed for alternatives to avoid adverse effects and incompatible developments in those areas. The regulations at 44 C.F.R. pt. 9 set forth the FEMA policy, procedure, and responsibilities for implementing the Executive Orders. Certain actions are totally excluded from being covered by 44 C.F.R. pt. 9, such as certain emergency protective measures necessary to save lives and protect property and public health.
For those actions not excluded from 44 C.F.R. pt. 9, FEMA will identify and evaluate practicable alternatives to carrying out a proposed action that impacts or is impacted by wetlands or floodplain and use social, economic, historic, environmental, legal, and safety factors when analyzing the practicability of the alternatives. Where there is no practicable alternative, FEMA will undertake a detailed review to determine what measures can be taken to minimize potential harm to lives and risk from flooding, the potential adverse impacts the action may have on others, and the potential adverse impact the action may have on floodplain and wetland values. The public is invited to participate in the process of identifying alternatives and analyzing their impacts. Other Public Assistance projects will undergo more detailed review, including an evaluation of practicable alternatives and FEMA may publish subsequent public notices regarding such projects as necessary as more information becomes available.
- Federal Actions Affecting Historic Properties
Section 106 of the NHPA requires FEMA to consider the effects of its activities (known as “undertakings”) on any historic property and to afford the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation an opportunity to comment on such projects before the expenditure of any federal funds. A Public Assistance Category B project is an “undertaking” for the purposes of the NHPA and a historic property is any property that is included in, or eligible for inclusion in, the National Register of Historic Places. For historic properties that will not be adversely affected by FEMA’s undertaking, this will be the only public notice. It will also be the only public notice if the work is an immediate rescue and salvage operation to preserve life and property (36 C.F.R. § 800.12(d)) or falls within the list of programmatic allowances set forth in the Programmatic Agreement among FEMA, the West Virginia State Historic Preservation Officer, and the West Virginia Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management Agency. FEMA may, for other projects, provide additional public notices if a proposed FEMA undertaking would adversely affect a historic property.
- Further Information or Comment
This will be the only public notice regarding the actions described above for which FEMA may provide assistance under the Public Assistance Program. Interested persons may obtain information about these actions or a specific project by writing to the following:
Federal Emergency Management Agency
615 Chestnut Street, 6th floor
Philadelphia, PA 19106-4404
All comments concerning this public notice must be submitted in writing to FEMA within 15 days of its publication.
How to Help
Volunteer and Donate
Recovery can take many years after a disaster. There are many ways to help such as donating cash, needed items or your time. Learn more about how to help those in need.
Don’t self-deploy to disaster areas. Trusted organizations in the affected areas know where volunteers are needed. Work with an established organization to make sure you have the appropriate safety, training and skills needed to respond.
FEMA Voluntary Agency Liaisons (VALs) build relationships and coordinate efforts with voluntary, faith-based and community organizations active in disasters.
Doing Business with FEMA
If you are interested in providing paid services and goods for disaster relief, visit our Doing Business with FEMA page to get started.
If you own a business involved with debris removal and want to work on clean-up efforts in affected areas, please contact the local government in affected areas to offer your services.
Obblighi di stanziamenti
|Total Other Needs Assistance (ONA) - Dollars Approved||$23,854,897.29|
|Total Individual & Households Program Dollars Approved||$23,854,897.29|
|Individual Assistance Applications Approved||3531|
|Emergency Work (Categories A-B) - Dollars Obligated||$131,457,842.62|
|Total Public Assistance Grants Dollars Obligated||$135,154,284.16|
|Hazard Mitigation Assistance||Amount|
|Hazard Mitigation Grant Program (HMGP) - Dollars Obligated||$459,135.50|