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Posted on: May 21, 2018

Survey Seeks Your Flood Damage Assessments

The Frederick County Emergency Management Division established a post-storm assessment survey to help residents and businesses recovering from recent heavy rain and flooding. The surveys are due by June 15.

The Frederick County Emergency Management Division released a post-storm assessment survey to help residents and businesses in Frederick County, including the City of Frederick, recovering from recent heavy rain and flooding.  The surveys are due by June 15 and will assist with our recovery efforts.
The damage survey for businesses and commercial properties may be found at https://bit.ly/2k93OzG and for homes and residential properties at https://bit.ly/2rUcQnC.

This is an important step in determining if federal assistance can be made available to those affected by the flooding. Completing the damage survey forms will also help the county identify the geographic area affected by the flooding so as to evaluate flood mitigation approaches to reduce the impact of any future heavy rain events.

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