SBA Opens Business Recovery Centers
FEDERAL ASSISTANCE UPDATE
FEMA changes office hours in Monmouth County
30 DAYS LEFT TO REGISTER FOR HURRICANE AID IN NEW JERSEY
FEMA GRANTS MAY COVER GAPS IN INSURANCE
GET IN TOUCH WITH FEMA: IN PERSON, BY PHONE, INTERNET, AND U.S. MAIL
DISASTER SURVIVORS URGED TO USE GRANT MONEY WISELY
THROWING AWAY AN SBA APPLICATION IS LIKE THROWING AWAY MONEY
FEMA has officially announced the opening of the Monmouth County Disaster Recovery Center
Register Before Visiting a DRC
FEMA Disaster Contractor Housing Inspectors What to Expect
DISASTER RECOVERY CENTER
HURRICANE IRENE ASSISTANCE INFORMATION
Late last evening FEMA announced that President Obama had added to the list of New Jersey counties eligible for disaster assistance.
Here in Central New Jersey, individuals and households in Monmouth County, Hunterdon County, and Middlesex County are now eligible for individual assistance,
To submit a request for assistance individuals can apply online at DisasterAssistance.gov, apply via a smartphone at m.fema.gov, or apply by phone at (800) 621-3362 overview of the process can be found on FEMA’s website: http://www.fema.gov/assistance/index.shtm
JCP&L has indicated that there are crews working in our area, but that power outages may last several more days. Click here for a list of food stores that will distribute ice and water.
Aberdeen Township to pick up branches
The Aberdeen Township Public Works Department will start picking up branches that are down due to Hurricane Irene, starting Tuesday September 6Th. We request that all residences with tree parts to dispose of have them placed out at the curb at that time and we will work our way through town.
The second part of Hurricane Irene is expected to impact our area very shortly with high winds and heavy rain. Residents are advised to remain inside due to potential hazards from fallen trees, downed power lines, and severe flooding. Travel is discouraged due to the potential hazards. In case of emergency dial 911.
In the event of a power outage call JCP&L at 1-888-LIGHTSS (1-888-544-4877). Please do not call police headquarters for power restoration information.