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Let us know if the storm damaged your property

NEWS RELEASE                                                                                                                                                    

January 16, 2023
 

Let us know if the storm damaged your property

Tell the City of Santa Maria if the recent rain storms caused damage to your property, as soon as possible.
The City is compiling initial damage costs right now. The preliminary damage assessment process is a mechanism used to determine the impact and magnitude of damage and resulting needs of individuals, businesses, the public sector, and community as a whole.
There is no guarantee that FEMA funding will become available, but the City needs your reports to try and receive funding. The City only needs an estimate of damages and cost to provide FEMA a picture of the damages.  Should assistance become available, FEMA will request more specific information from you. 
Take the survey at https://arcg.is/0qn4LO or contact the Building Division of the City’s Community Development Department at (805) 925-0951 extension 2241.
Santa Maria businesses are asked to respond to this questionnaire from the Santa Maria Valley Chamber of Commerce:
https://us6.list-manage.com/survey?u=14f8e7b17684cfcebb325f6b9&id=d44e413d88&e=cb5515bc1a.
 
 
Department:                                       City Manager’s Office
Contact Person:                                Mark van de Kamp, Public Information Manager
Telephone Number:                 (805) 925-0951 ext. 2372 or cell (805) 720-4038
E-mail Address:                        mvandekamp@cityofsantamaria.org

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