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FEMA Calling – When FEMA Can’t Reach You

 Stay in Touch. It’s up to You  FEMA often needs to contact an applicant to complete an application or make an appointment for a virtual inspection. A phone call is made to the number you gave when you filled out your application.  But if that number is wrong or you didn’t answer, the application cannot [...]

FEMA Calling – When FEMA Can’t Reach You2020-12-16T11:59:46-06:00

December 10, 2020 – Voting Meeting Agenda

CAMERON PARISH POLICE JURY NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING AGENDA – VOTING SESSION THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10, 2020 2:00 P.M. Cameron Parish Police Jury West Annex – Board Room 148 Smith Circle, Cameron, LA Call to Order Pledge of Allegiance/Prayer PUBLIC COMMENT Approval of Minutes Approval of Add-ons: Drilling & Pipeline Permits: a. Hilcorp Energy Company – [...]

December 10, 2020 – Voting Meeting Agenda2020-12-09T10:37:21-06:00

December 10, 2020 – Morning Session Agenda

CAMERON PARISH POLICE JURY NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING AGENDA – MORNING SESSION THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10, 2020 10:00 A.M. Cameron Parish Police Jury West Annex - Board Room 148 Smith Circle, Cameron, LA Call to Order Pledge of Allegiance Fenstermaker - Update Cameron Parish Flood & Surge Protection Project Wendy Harrington - Insurance update Katie Armentor [...]

December 10, 2020 – Morning Session Agenda2020-12-09T10:31:25-06:00

Public Notice: Draft Environmental Land Assessment for FEMA Group Housing Site

BATON ROUGE, La. – FEMA has posted a Public Notice of availability of the Draft Environmental Land Assessment for a proposed group housing site for survivors in need of housing as a result of Hurricane Laura. Interested members of the public may review a copy of the Draft Environmental Assessment at FEMA/EHPNotice.gov . The Public [...]

Public Notice: Draft Environmental Land Assessment for FEMA Group Housing Site2020-12-16T11:52:34-06:00

Commercial Debris Pickup 12/7/2020

Curbside pickup of commercial debris is limited to one pass only. Commercial propertydebris pickup at the right-of-way is not normally the responsibility of the parish and commercial owners who miss the deadline should make arrangements for debris — meaning storm-related debris coming from within the commercial entity — to be disposed of at a permitted [...]

Commercial Debris Pickup 12/7/20202020-12-08T11:45:05-06:00

What Can I Do at a Disaster Recovery Center?

FEMA Drive-Thru Disaster Recovery Centers (DRCs) are accessible mobile offices set up in parishes affected by Hurricanes Laura and Delta. They are in convenient spots to allow safe COVID-19 compliant interactions with FEMA staff. Masks or face coverings are required for service. Survivors remain in their cars. A specialist wearing a mask will receive documents [...]

What Can I Do at a Disaster Recovery Center?2020-12-08T11:43:35-06:00

Laura Survivors: Appeal Determination Letters for Temporary Housing

BATON ROUGE, La. — Hurricane Laura survivors who live in parishes designated for Direct Temporary Housing assistance and who have been denied temporary housing assistance can appeal that decision. Survivors have 60 days from the date of their determination letter to appeal that decision. However, the deadline to be referred for direct temporary housing assistance [...]

Laura Survivors: Appeal Determination Letters for Temporary Housing2020-12-02T17:34:24-06:00

Be Proactive: Things You Can Do While Waiting for Temporary Housing

Determination Letters Survivors who registered with FEMA for disaster assistance as a result of Hurricane Delta will receive a determination letter explaining the eligibility decision and the reason for that decision. For those who are eligible, the letter states the dollar amount of the grant and how the funds should be used. When ineligible, the [...]

Be Proactive: Things You Can Do While Waiting for Temporary Housing2020-12-08T11:41:44-06:00

How FEMA Determines if a Home is Habitable

FEMA considers specific factors when determining if a survivor can return to a safe, sanitary and functional home after a storm such as Hurricane Laura. Hurricane Laura survivors who received determination letters from FEMA may have questions about how FEMA determines whether their home can be lived in. Some may question the “habitability” or “inhabitability” [...]

How FEMA Determines if a Home is Habitable2020-11-24T11:26:16-06:00
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