Missouri Flood Recovery
As the waters recede from the record flooding Missouri experienced this spring, residents and businesses have been left with millions of dollars in damages, and Missourians are coming together to recover. The entire Missouri state government is committed to working with the federal and local government agencies, as well as businesses, non-profits, and individual citizens to accelerate the recovery effort. As part of that commitment, this website was created as a single source to help you easily and quickly find the information and disaster-related resources that you need.
Latest Recovery Updates:
- Through Saturday, more than 750 Missouri families have been served at the first nine Multi-Agency Resource Centers (MARCs) for flood survivors.
- MARCs are open TODAY from 11 a.m. – 7 p.m. in Franklin and Oregon counties. Check the complete schedule for the six remaining MARCs in Alton (Oregon County) and Pacific (Franklin County) on MONDAY; Gainesville (Ozark County) and House Springs (Jefferson County) on TUESDAY; Doniphan (Ripley County) on WEDNESDAY; and Arnold (Jefferson County) on THURSDAY here.
- This Mother’s Day, 10 SEMA/FEMA Disaster Assessment Teams are working with local emergency managers to survey damage in preparation for a federal disaster declaration request from Gov. Greitens. Learn about the damage assessment process here.
Missouri Recovery Media Coverage
Seniors Prepared Meals for Flood Victims, Workers (from Washington emissourian.com)
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