The Florida Division of Emergency Management requests state, local or tribal governments and certain private nonprofit organizations that experienced damage from Hurricane Irma submit their request for reimbursement under the Public Assistance Grant Program by Nov. 5. Requests received by Nov. 5 will be forwarded by the Florida Division of Emergency Management to FEMA on or before FEMA’s Nov. 10 deadline.
All requests must be submitted at FloridaPA.org.
The Public Assistance Program provides grants to state, tribal, territorial and local governments, and certain private nonprofit organizations to fund the repair, restoration, reconstruction or replacement of a facility or infrastructure that is damaged or destroyed by disaster. Nationally, the program is FEMA’s largest grant program, funding on average 51 percent of all FEMA grants and providing on average $4.7 billion per year.
More information about the Public Assistance Program is available at fema.gov/public-assistance-local-state-tribal-and-non-profit.
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