Volusia County opening FEMA disaster recovery center

Volusia County opening FEMA disaster recovery center

LEAD TO COLLAPSE. ALSO TODAY IT WAS ANNOUNCED THAT FEMA’S DISASTER RECOVERY CENTER WILL REOPEN TOMORROW AT THE FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH OFFICES ON HOLSEN-BACK DRIVE IN DAYTONA PEOPLE WHO SUSTAIN DAMAGE FROM HURRICANE. NICOLE ARE ENCOURAGED TO APPLY FOR FEMA ASSISTANCE. THEY CAN DO IT THERE IN PERSON OR ONLINE AND FINALLY THE VOLUSIA COUNTY PROPERTY APPRAISER HAS SUBMITTED THE INITIAL DAMAGE ASSESSMENT FOR NICOLE. THE NUMBERS ARE PRETTY ASTOUNDING THE TOTAL DOLLAR FIGURE IS 481 MILLION THAT ECLIPSES HURRICANE IAN’S DAMAGE OF 377 MILLION DAYTONA BEACH SHORES SUFFERED THE MOST PROPERTY DAMAGE WITH 370.3 MILLION NEW SMYRNA WAS NEXT AT 51.1 MILLION FOLLOWED BY DAYTONA BEACH AT 50 MILLION BEACH NOW OFFICIALS DOLIE NUMBERS WILL CONTINUE TO RISE AS THEY CONTINUE TO ASSESS PROPERTIES UP AND DOWN THE COAST LIVE IN VO

FEMA disaster recovery center reopening in Volusia County following Nicole

Volusia County officials said a Federal Emergency Management Agency disaster recovery center will be reopening following Nicole. The center will be open from 9 am to 6 pm each day beginning Monday, Nov. 14, 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 do FEMA assistance applications. Volusia County residents can call the Citizens Information Center at 386-345-0345 about resources that are available after Nicole.

Volusia County officials said a Federal Emergency Management Agency disaster recovery center will be reopening following Nicole.

The center will be open from 9 am to 6 pm each day beginning Monday, Nov. 14, 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 do FEMA assistance applications.

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

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