WALTON COUNTY, Fla. (WALA) - Walton County officials said residents are encouraged to report flooding damage to their property.
The Walton County Sheriff's Office Bureau of Emergency Management is encouraging residents of Walton County who have experienced personal property damage due to the July 2013 flooding to report their loss to them.
They said Emergency Management is compiling statistics to report to the State of Florida and FEMA. You can report damage to your property by calling the Walton County Sheriff's Office at (850)892-8065 and ask for Emergency Management Coordinator Al Ford.
Residents who feel they may qualify for the FEMA Individual Assistance Program are encouraged to click on the link to learn more about this program.
Officials said Emergency Management also wants to encourage business owners who have incurred losses due to the July 2013 Flooding in Northwest Florida to complete a Business Damage Assessment Survey Form that can be accessed and electronically submitted by clicking this link.
The results of the survey will be beneficial in helping to determine the full economic impact of the flooding and in assisting the state to acquire additional resources for affected businesses and communities.
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