GREENWICH, CT – Residents of Greenwich should check their city’s website over the next few days for a form they can use to report any property damage resulting from Tropical Storm Henri and / or the remnants of Hurricane Ida .
Greenwich officials are working with the Connecticut Division of Emergency Management and Homeland Security (DEMHS) on an initial damage assessment to determine if the city has suffered damage that meets the criteria for federal case assistance programs disaster, the Greenwich Sentinel reported.
To complete the assessment, the outlet reported, anyone whose home or business suffered damage from any of the storms must document the damage, contact their insurance company to see if the repairs are covered by. its police, take pictures of all damaged property and items and keep all receipts for repairs / costs.
A form that residents can use to report the damage will be on the city’s website and distributed to residents in the coming days, according to the Greenwich Sentinel.
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The Town of Stamford is asking its residents for similar reports of storm damage as it requests an official statement from the Federal Emergency Management Agency, which would allow community members who need to recover from damage caused by the storm. the storm to receive the necessary financial assistance.