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FINAL PUBLIC NOTICE FEMA- 4611-DR-LA-IDA Executive Order 11988 and 11990: Floodplain Management and Protection of Wetland

FEMA Administrator met with Terrebonne Parish President Gordon Dove and Lafourche Parish President Archie Chaisson at the Terrebonne Parish Government Tower
FEMA Administrator Travels to Louisiana

Administrator met with Terrebonne Parish President Gordon Dove and Lafourche Parish President Archie Chaisson at the Terrebonne Parish Government Tower to receive an update on the recovery process from both Hurricane Ida and other recent storms.

Administrator Criswell visited the FEMA Disaster Recovery Center at the Houma-Terrebonne Civic Center
FEMA Administrator Travels to Louisiana

Administrator Criswell visited the FEMA Disaster Recovery Center at the Houma-Terrebonne Civic Center, which is providing services to an average of nearly 200 survivors every day. She thanked FEMA staff and other federal partners for their efforts on the ground assisting survivors.

Administrator Criswell attended a faith-based community roundtable at the Beacon Light International Baptist Cathedral in Orleans Parish .
FEMA Administrator Travels to Louisiana

Administrator Criswell traveled to the Beacon Light International Baptist Cathedral in Orleans Parish to attend a faith-based community roundtable. At that event, she provided an update on Hurricane Ida recovery and took questions from attendees. The Administrator highlighted FEMA’s recent changes to its Individual Assistance program and shared that the registration deadline for Hurricane Ida survivors has been extended to Nov. 29.

Administrator Criswell traveled to a non-congregate sheltering site in Grand Isle, where she met with Grand Isle Mayor David Camardelle for a tour of the island
FEMA Administrator Travels to Louisiana

Administrator Criswell traveled to a non-congregate sheltering site in Grand Isle, where she met with Grand Isle Mayor David Camardelle for a tour of the island and a visit to the FEMA Disaster Recovery Center. At the center, she thanked staff for the work they’ve done to support the community as they recover and rebuild.

FEMA Administrator Criswell received a tour of the EOC and participated in a news conference with parish and state officials.
FEMA Administrator Travels to Louisiana

FEMA Administrator met with St. John the Baptist Parish President Jaclyn Hotard and St. Charles Parish President Matthew Jewell at the St. Charles Emergency Operations Center (EOC). They discussed progress being made with debris cleanup, future mitigation projects and the Hurricane Ida Direct Housing Sheltering program. Afterwards, Administrator Criswell received a tour of the EOC and participated in a news conference with parish and state officials.

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FEMA Seeking Multi-family Rental Properties to Support Hurricane Ida Survivors

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Property Management Companies Who Want to Help Hurricane Ida Survivors

Members of a FEMA Disaster Survivor Assistance crew walk door to door to help residents of Houma apply for assistance after Hurricane Ida.
60 Days Since Ida, Louisiana Recovery Continues to be Whole Community Effort

Houma, LA – Members of a FEMA Disaster Survivor Assistance crew walk door to door to help residents of Houma apply for assistance after Hurricane Ida. Photo by Julie Joseph, FEMA.

Volunteers put together hot lunches at the Tchoupitoulas Chapel to feed those affected by Hurricane Ida.
60 Days Since Ida, Louisiana Recovery Continues to be Whole Community Effort

Reserve, LA – Volunteers put together hot lunches at the Tchoupitoulas Chapel to feed those affected by Hurricane Ida. Photo by Keith Jones, FEMA.

Members from Team Rubicon Disaster Response Team assess damage caused by Hurricane Ida.
60 Days Since Ida, Louisiana Recovery Continues to be Whole Community Effort

Hahnville, LA – Members from Team Rubicon Disaster Response Team assess damage caused by Hurricane Ida. Photo by Julie Joseph, FEMA.

FEMA mitigation specialists give tips to Hurricane Ida survivors on how to rebuild and protect their homes from future disaster-related damage.
60 Days Since Ida, Louisiana Recovery Continues to be Whole Community Effort

Thibodaux, LA -- FEMA mitigation specialists give tips to Hurricane Ida survivors on how to rebuild and protect their homes from future disaster-related damage. Photo by Julie Joseph, FEMA.

Mother and son at a Disaster Recovery Center, where survivors affected by Hurricane Ida can get help with their disaster assistance applications, upload documents and get questions answered. Representatives from the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) are also on hand to provide program information and explain how to apply for SBA’s low-interest disaster loans for businesses, private nonprofits, homeowners and renters.
60 Days Since Ida, Louisiana Recovery Continues to be Whole Community Effort

Houma, LA. – Mother and son at a Disaster Recovery Center, where survivors affected by Hurricane Ida can get help with their disaster assistance applications, upload documents and get questions answered. Representatives from the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) are also on hand to provide program information and explain how to apply for SBA’s low-interest disaster loans for businesses, private nonprofits, homeowners and renters. Photo by Julie Joseph, FEMA.

Members of a FEMA Disaster Survivor Assistance crew walk door to door (or boat to boat) to help residents apply for assistance after Hurricane Ida.  Photo by Julie Joseph, FEMA.
60 Days Since Ida, Louisiana Recovery Continues to be Whole Community Effort

Montegut, LA – Members of a FEMA Disaster Survivor Assistance crew walk door to door (or boat to boat) to help residents apply for assistance after Hurricane Ida. Photo by Julie Joseph, FEMA.

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Louisiana; FEMA-4611-DR

Report on Preliminary Damage Assessment (PDA) information for FEMA-4611-DR; Louisiana as a result of Hurricane Ida beginning on August 26, 2021, and continuing.

Disaster Survivor Assistance (DSA) crews canvassed entire neighborhoods, helping survivors apply for assistance and learn about available programs.
Whole Community Response to Hurricane Ida 1

Ironton, La. – Disaster Survivor Assistance (DSA) crews canvassed entire neighborhoods, helping survivors apply for assistance and learn about available programs. More than 51,000 survivors have been contacted through the combined effort of DSA crews going door to door and those assigned to about two dozen community locations throughout the state. Photo by Julie Joseph, FEMA

FEMA American Sign Language (ASL) interpreters and a Certified Deaf Interpreter, along with the Louisiana Association of the Deaf, helped survivors who are deaf or hard of hearing apply for disaster assistance during a community outreach event.
Whole Community Response to Hurricane Ida 2

Metairie, La. – FEMA American Sign Language (ASL) interpreters and a Certified Deaf Interpreter, along with the Louisiana Association of the Deaf, helped survivors who are deaf or hard of hearing apply for disaster assistance during a community outreach event. Many more of these activities are underway to ensure disaster assistance is available to everyone, including people with disabilities. Photo by Keith Jones, FEMA.

Soldiers from the 836th Sapper Company of the 176th Engineer Brigade (Texas Army National Guard) prepare vegetative debris for removal during their debris clearing operations at a local middle school.
Whole Community Response to Hurricane Ida 3

Chauvin, La. -- Members of the volunteer organization Cajun Army work tirelessly, providing hundreds of basic needs items to survivors who lost nearly all their possessions during Hurricane Ida. Photo by Keith Jones, FEMA.

Soldiers from the 836th Sapper Company of the 176th Engineer Brigade (Texas Army National Guard) prepare vegetative debris for removal during their debris clearing operations at a local middle school.
Whole Community Response to Hurricane Ida 4

Bayou Blue, La. -- Soldiers from the 836th Sapper Company of the 176th Engineer Brigade (Texas Army National Guard) prepare vegetative debris for removal during their debris clearing operations at a local middle school. Photo by Sgt. Agustin G. Salazar, National Guard.

To alleviate the burden of local health care facilities that lost valuable resources after Hurricane Ida, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Disaster Medical Assistance Team provided medical care to hurricane survivors.
Whole Community Response to Hurricane Ida 5

Thibodaux, La. – To alleviate the burden of local health care facilities that lost valuable resources after Hurricane Ida, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Disaster Medical Assistance Team provided medical care to hurricane survivors. Photo by Julie Joseph, FEMA.