Homeowners who had their homes damaged by Hurricane Ian can now apply for assistance to complete storm-related repairs OR reimbursement for expenses incurred for already made repairs. Click "Apply Now" to complete an application or "Learn More" for additional information about the program, eligibility, documentation requirements, and a video tutorial on completing the online application.
Applicants who have questions while completing an application may call 386-943-7029 or email email@example.com.
Hurricane Ian made landfall causing significant destruction and flooding in Volusia County.
Congress appropriated $3 billion to Housing and Urban Development (HUD) in CDBG-DR funds for 2022 disasters.
HUD released a Federal Register Notice allocating $328.9 million in CDBG-DR funding to Volusia County for recovery from Hurricane Ian.
All programs and activities Volusia County conducts using CDBG-DR funds must follow all guidelines as determined in Federal Register notice 88 FR 32046.
Congress appropriates funding to HUD to address disaster recovery needs that are not met by other sources of Federal disaster assistance.
CDBG-DR funding can be used for long-term recovery projects such as housing, economic revitalization and restoring infrastructure.
It is considered last resort funding and is used to address unmet or mitigation needs that other federal programs haven’t been able to meet.
A portion of the funds will be used to address mitigation needs to make impacted communities more resilient to current and future risks, which can include infrastructure, planning, housing, and economic revitalization activities.
The disaster funds were allocated as a result of the devastating storms and flooding events that occurred during Hurricane Ian. CDBG-DR funds are to be used for disaster relief, long-term recovery, restoration of infrastructure, housing, economic revitalization, and mitigation in the most impacted and distressed areas.