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Posted on: January 10, 2023
[ARCHIVED] January 2023 Storm Recovery Info
City staff are continually assessing the needs of the City and are actively performing recovery measures from the storm. Individuals affected by flooding in Arroyo Grande can contact the City's Liaison, Erica Casares at (805) 473-5453 or email@example.com
public can call the County Phone Assistance Center at 805-781-5678 if they have questions about evacuations, recovery, or other storm related issues.
- Local and State of Emergencies have been proclaimed for San Luis Obispo County for the January 2023 storms. See here for recovery resources.
- Following a disaster, financial assistance may be available to those who have been displaced or lost their homes. See here for financial assistance information.
- FEMA can also help support your recovery from a major disaster. Find individual assistance information here.
- Red Cross Disaster Recovery Resources can be found here.
The County Office of Emergency Services is collecting damage information from private property owners to provide to FEMA. There is a countywide threshold to meet before we are potentially eligible for financial recovery assistance. We need damage reports to identify if we meet this threshold! There is no guarantee that individual financial assistance will become available to homeowners. Should assistance become available, you will be notified.