FEMA disaster recovery centers reopening in Central Florida

FEMA disaster recovery centers reopening in Central Florida

The Federal Emergency Management Agency disaster recovery centers are beginning to reopen in different counties after closing due to Nicole. Find information below about the locations and times of the FEMA centers reopening. Volusia CountyVolusia County officials said a FEMA disaster recovery center will be reopening starting Monday, Nov. 14. The center will be open from 9 am to 6 pm each day and will be located at the Florida Department of Health in Volusia County.According to the county, Volusia hasn’t been declared as a federal disaster zone from Nicole so currently, only people who had Hurricane Ian damage may apply for FEMA assistance.Volusia County residents can call the Citizens Information Center at 386-345-0345 about resources that are available after Nicole. Seminole County After closing to prepare for Nicole, the FEMA disaster recovery center reopened in Seminole County on Sunday at 1 pm It’s located at Seminole State College in Sanford. Those who are recovering from Hurricane Ian can again receive assistance at the center. According to the county, the Citizens Information Hotline is reopening at 8 am Monday for Hurricane Ian recovery questions and residents can reach it at 407-665-0000.Additonal information on FEMA centers reopening will be added as details are provided.

The Federal Emergency Management Agency disaster recovery centers are beginning to reopen in different counties after closing due to Nicole.

Find information below about the locations and times of the FEMA centers reopening.

Volusia County

Volusia County officials said a FEMA disaster recovery center will be reopening starting Monday, Nov. 14.

The center will be open from 9 am to 6 pm each day and will be located at the Florida Department of Health in Volusia County.

According to the county, Volusia hasn’t been declared as a federal disaster zone from Nicole so currently, only people who had Hurricane Ian damage may apply for FEMA assistance.

Volusia County residents can call the Citizens Information Center at 386-345-0345 about resources that are available after Nicole.

Seminole County

After closing to prepare for Nicole, the FEMA disaster recovery center reopened in Seminole County on Sunday at 1 pm

It’s located at Seminole State College in Sanford.

Those who are recovering from Hurricane Ian can again receive assistance at the center.

According to the county, the Citizens Information Hotline is reopening at 8 am Monday for Hurricane Ian recovery questions and residents can reach it at 407-665-0000.

Additional information on FEMA centers reopening will be added as details are provided.

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