ST. LOUIS – The federal government has approved Governor Mike Parson’s request for a federal disaster declaration after devastating flooding in several St. Louis areas.
This means more help for the many people who still need assistance. This comes as another resource center is also opening Tuesday for flood victims as well.
The disaster declaration means federal flood relief will be available for people impacted by the first round of flash flooding back on July 25 through 28.
It includes assistance for flood damage that occurred in St. Louis city and county plus St. Charles and Montgomery counties. The declaration also means people in the qualifying areas can apply for FEMA assistance including temporary housing, loans, and grants. Financial help is available for housing repairs, replacement of damaged belongings, vehicles, and other qualifying expenses related to the flooding and storms.
You can find out more details by calling 1-800-621-FEMA or you can visit their website.
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