Hurricane Irma Resources

Here are some resources for Hurricane Irma recovery.
If you know of resources we don’t have listed,
please email us at info@reea.com us so we can put it on the website.

FEMA

FEMA Resource PDF

FEMA Resource2

Florida Hurricane Irma (DR-4337)

DisasterAssistance.gov
(You may qualify to be reimbursed for food lost during the power outage, along with other programs.
Thanks goes to Chandra Ramsey for letting us know about this site!)

FreddieMac

Mortgage Assistance

Also, please take a minute and read this article to avoid any fraud that may be out there.

http://www.fox13news.com/weather/tropics/irma-local-coverage/post-irma-tips-on-how-to-avoid-federal-fraud

SBA business loans

Low-interest disaster loans from the U.S. Small Business Administration are available to individuals, businesses and non-profit organizations. The loans can be used for loss and damages not fully covered by insurance.  Get more information at https://www.sba.gov/loans-grants/see-what-sba-offers/sba-loan-programs/disaster-loans

A Disaster Recovery Center location will be set up in Pinellas County for applicants who need in-person assistance with either FEMA or SBA programs. More information to come.

City of Largo:

If you have a business in the City of Largo that sustained damage from Hurricane Irma you may report it to the Largo Business & Industry Assessment team at 727-588-1603. The City will also take calls on the Largo Business & Industry Assessment team number 727-588-1603 for assistance by local businesses in meeting the needs of cleaning up after Hurricane Irma. If you cannot reach the team by phone, consider emailing your contact information and a brief description of how you can assist to ecodev@Largo.com