This data will be used to determine if Washington state, and by extension Clark County, qualify for FEMA assistance for this event
Clark Regional Emergency Services (CRESA) is working with the state of Washington to collect data to determine the level of individual personal property damage related to the December 2022 Severe Storms (Dec. 18-28).
This data will be used to determine if Washington state, and by extension Clark County, qualify for FEMA assistance for this event. At this time CRESA is only collecting information.
If you or someone you know had damages to your primary home or to your business related to the December Severe Storms, complete this form.
Visit: http://cresa911.org/2023/01/03/state-of-wa-winter-storm-ia-data-collection/ for information on how to complete this form. For information about FEMA disaster loans visit this site: https://mil.wa.gov/for-individuals-households-businesses
Completing this form does not ensure you or Clark County will qualify for individual assistance. At this time, this inquiry is for data collection only as the state of Washington determines if there is enough damage to request Individual Assistance from the federal government.
To be considered, the attached form MUST be completed by noon on Friday (Jan. 6) to be considered.
If you need additional recovery resources please visit https://mil.wa.gov/recovery for steps individuals can take to aid in their initial recovery (e.g., documenting damages, contacting insurance companies, etc.).
Information provided by Clark Regional Emergency Services.
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