Federal Emergency Management Agency
The Federal Emergency Management Agency says nearly $246 million in federal aid has flowed into Colorado since the deadly September floods.
The federal government will provide$62.8 million to help individuals and communities rebuilding from flooding in northeastern Colorado.
Some flood victims who got shut out of federal recovery efforts are hoping a visit by the governor will help them recover.
People in some neighborhoods are still trying to start the rebuilding process, and for one in Longmont, residents are stuck in limbo.
A Boulder man has been living in his home with no heat and no roof and wants to know why he’s been denied help from the Federal Emergency Management Agency.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency has determined that some Colorado counties don’t qualify for public or individual assistance in the aftermath of September’s flooding.
Rocks the size of cars pushed downstream. If you’ve ever hiked or driven along a canyon in the mountains, you wonder how many eons it took to create so much erosion. The answer may not be eons at all.
Some flood victims have spent weeks in hotels while spending time looking for new apartments or waiting for repairs to their homes. Now the Federal Emergency Management Agency has extended the stay for those folks.
Federal Emergency Management Agency inspectors have been going door-to-door in Lyons assessing the damage to homes. They’ve already doled out $32 million to Colorado flood victims.
Some say there’s not enough money to help all the flood victims who need it. In Aurora there are homeowners who say they’re being left in the dark.