In an important step for local governments facing huge repair bills to fix damages caused by Tropical Storm Ida, federal planners on Friday said extra funding will be offered in Montgomery, Chester, and Bucks counties.
Need financial or other assistance in recovering from property damage by Tropical Storm Ida? The government is opening registration centers beginning Friday in Oaks, King of Prussia, and Collegeville.
Still working on recovery from Tropical Storm Ida for your home or business? Help remains available live in Montgomery County, and online too, through Oct. 27 under an extension from state legislators.
Montgomery, Chester, and four other counties are included in a major disaster declaration issued Friday by President Joe Biden. It makes grants, loans and other Ida-related recovery help available.
Philadelphia-based regional emergency management staffers are scheduled Tuesday to help gather specifics on how hard Tropical Storm Ida hit Montgomery and Chester counties. What they learn could lead to federal financial help, but that's not guaranteed
What have the Perkiomen and Ringing Hill fire companies, and the Royersford Fire Department, shared in common during the past seven days? All won volunteer recruitment grants from a federal program.
Montgomery County residents may now qualify for assistance if their property was damaged earlier this month during Tropical Storm Lee.