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· For renter or homeowners, a copy of the current lease or rental agreement signed by the person who applied for FEMA assistance and the landlord.· Rental receipts, canceled checks (copy of the front and back) or money orders showing that you used your rental assistance to pay rent or a security deposit.For more information about SBA loans, call SBA’s Disaster Assistance Customer Service Center at 800-659-2955. Individuals and businesses may also email [email protected], or visit In addition to the FEMA grants, and SBA loans, the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) has paid out .8 million to 2263 claimants to settle Flood Insurance Claims.From the start line at 21st and Atlantic, run south on Atlantic, and turn onto the boardwalk at 10th Street before heading north to the finish line on the boardwalk at 13th Street.Be rewarded at the finish line of Saturday's 1 Mile with a dashing medal, complimentary beer and scenic ocean view!If your family has received rental assistance, you must let FEMA know if you will continue to need it.
The Virginia Department of Emergency Management is working closely with FEMA to develop costs for the eligible reimbursements. You can still have your questions answered by FEMA and the SBA by calling 800-621-3362, for voice, 711 or video relay services or 800-462-7585 for TTY users. – The Disaster Recovery Center in Virginia Beach will be open from 9 a.m. You can also sign the paperwork to complete your loan agreement or check the status of your submitted loan application. Virginia Beach, VA 23452Enter main door, turn right, near Cafe You do not have to visit a recovery center to register for assistance from FEMA.
If you have any questions about your application or if you need to register for aid, the Helpline can assist you.
You may also register with FEMA online at Disaster Assistance.govor with the FEMA Mobile App.Additional information about this disaster is available at gov and
The Hurricane Matthew Tidewater Long-Term Recovery Group has scheduled two information days for homeowners to meet with disaster case managers needing help after flooding from Hurricane Matthew. Disaster Case Managers will be there to answer questions and to begin paperwork for homeowners who have unmet needs.
Where: Princess Anne Plaza United Methodist Church (208 South Plaza Trail, Virginia Beach, 23452) When: February 25 and March 18, from 9 a.m. Homeowners seeking help do not need to attend more than one session.