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Report Damage to Primary Residence
Preparedness Information Sources
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Emergency Management staff
REPORTING: Report damage to your primary residence only
(Damage to outbuildings, driveways, etc., will not be eligible for FEMA
here for info on how and when to report damage, what information is
needed, and what you can expect during the damage assessment process.
KEEP A GOOD
RECORD!! Documentation is an important part of damage reporting.
Take videos or still photos, maintain a diary of emergency repairs, keep
receipts, etc. Do what you have to do
right away to make your home safe and
be sure to document every step before and after. Notify your insurance carrier
right away. Don't wait for "permission" from anybody to start
temporary repairs that keep you safe or reduce further damage to your
ASSISTANCE: Here is some
general post-earthquake guidance
that can help you
through the initial reporting process.
STORM TEAM: EOC team members
coordinate multi-agency response to a damaging wind event from the
Emergency Operations Center in Port Hadlock.
Consider an interesting
volunteer assignment in the
Emergency Operations Center
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for more on volunteer
opportunities with the Department of
In-service training provided