FEMA opens Disaster Recovery Center in Lisle, funds available for residents affected by flooding
LISLE – Residents affected by the recent flood can apply for federal assistance to help alleviate expenses incurred in the recovery process from the April storms, DuPage County announced this week.
“More than 9,000 DuPage County homes and businesses received extensive damage to their properties from the April flood," DuPage County Chairman Dan Cronin said. "In an effort to help relieve some of the financial burden, the federal government is providing grants and low-interest loans to help cover some of the uninsured costs endured by families. I urge residents to apply for these grants and loans as they continue to work with their insurance companies during this recovery process."
Throughout the past month, DuPage County’s Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Management has worked with the Illinois Emergency Management Agency and the Federal Emergency Management Agency to collect flood damage reports from residents and businesses.
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