NORWALK, Conn. Got damage from Hurricane Irene? The city of Norwalk would like to know.
The city has created a survey and posted it on its website, part of the process to determine whether Norwalk residents and businesses will receive federal assistance to deal with Irene's damage. Data collected from responses will be compiled and submitted to the state of Connecticut and the Federal Emergency Management Administration.
Norwalk also hopes to identify properties that sustained structural damage due to flooding or high winds and downed trees. This first phase of the data collection process will also enable FEMA teams to conduct detailed assessments.
If a decision is made that individuals and small businesses are eligible for assistance, applicants will need to register and apply directly to FEMA. Additional information will be provided at that time. The survey is not a FEMA application.
You can find the survey here .
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