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Citizens Information Lines

Escambia: 471-660

Santa Rosa: 983-INFO (4636)

Okaloosa: 311

 

Florida Flooding Damage Assessment

http://flvbeoc.org/index.php?action=bda

The completed surveys will help the State Emergency Response Team in determining the needs and level of assistance for impacted businesses. The information provided in this survey will be shared among various state and local agencies to expedite implementation of appropriate disaster relief programs for businesses.

 

Santa Rosa County Damage Reports


http://santarosa.fl.gov/EmergencyNew/WebDamage.cfm

Residents of Santa Rosa County are asked to submit information about their property damage to the county. Once submitted, your information will be sent to several county departments including emergency management, public works, floodplain management and grants. Staff will document your information in a damage database, review qualifications for mitigation projects/grants, and determine if an additional damage assessment or other action is needed.

 

Small Business Disaster Assistance

http://www.sbdc.uwf.edu/

A lot of small businesses are dealing with flood issues. The Small Business Development Center at the University of West Florida is ready to help. They can tell business owners about Bridge Loans and other resources and can help with paperwork. The number for Escambia and Santa Rosa Counties are 474-2528 and 863-6552 in Okaloosa or Walton Counties.

 

Florida Insurance Commissioner

If you need help with insurance claims or information, you can call the state at 1-877-693-5236 (877-MY-FL-CFO).