2013 Colorado Floods: By The Numbers

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Release date: 
September 10, 2018
Release Number: 
R8-18-FS-004

 Five Years Later.”

 

 

2013 Colorado Floods: By The Numbers

 

1                      Joint Field Office established to coordinate recovery efforts (located in Centennial)

11                    Number of counties designated for FEMA’s Individual Assistance Program

18                    Number of counties designated for FEMA’s Public Assistance Program

21                    Communities hosted federal/state Disaster Recovery Centers

47                    Households were licensed into 54 MHUs at peak of FEMA’s housing operation

1,162               FEMA Public Assistance project worksheets

22,314             Individual visits to a Disaster Recovery Center

28,169             Registrations for assistance from the 11 Individual Assistance counties

$4,929,852      Aid provided from FEMA’s Other Needs Assistance* Program

$56,698,793    Repair and rental Aid provide from FEMA’s Housing Assistance Program

$61,628,646    Total FEMA Assistance grants under the Individual Assistance Program

$69,304,290    Total amount of claims paid out by the National Flood Insurance Program

$110,542,300 Low-interest disaster loans approved by the US Small Business Administration

$343,644,427  Public Assistance** funding awarded statewide

 

*ONA provides funding for personal property and other items like vehicles and tools

**FEMA Public Assistance program provides funding for emergency actions undertaken by communities as well as aid to repair or replace damaged public infrastructure

Last Updated: 
September 10, 2018 - 16:48