Websites Update Arlington Disaster Survivors with Recovery Information
By Reginald Lewis - Office of Communication
Posted on July 07, 2015, July 07, 2015


Arlington area residents may have many questions as they recover from the flooding and severe storms that battered the state May 4 to June 19. Am I eligible for aid if I'm a renter? How do I replace my lost documents? What can I do about mold? Where can I go to talk in person with people who can help me?

The answers to these and many other questions about recovery can be found on the Federal Emergency Management (FEMA) website at or

Topics include:

  • Rumor control
  • Up-to-the minute recovery information
  • Registration center locations and hours
  • Links to apply for assistance and other resources
  • Information about flood insurance
  • News releases
  • Fact Sheets
  • Disaster related photographs
  • Blog

Information for disaster survivors may also be found on the Texas Division of Emergency Management website, Information about low-interest disaster recovery loans for homeowners, renters and businesses of all sizes can be found at State and federal officials urge Texans to visit these websites and share them with their neighbors.

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