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"If your home or business has been impacted by Monday's flood, County Executive L. Brooks Patterson invites you to meet face to face with state and local officials and representatives from human service agencies next week. Click here for more info." MARC Press Release.pdf."
Currently our staff are working with the various Oakland County Communities that sustained losses as a result of the heavy rains, flooding, and drain back-up.
Initial damage assessment requirements are underway involving Oakland County Homeland Security and the local communities.
Damage to private property should be reported to your home insurance agent.  There is no federal funding available at this time for private property owners.  Please contact your local city officials and provide them with the following information;
Address, Contact information,
Description of damaged property,
Approximate dollar loss,
A Damage Assessment team will be working with local communities in compiling data to report to state officials which will be used to determine whether public relief funding may be available. For additional information you may call 248-858-1843.
 Additional tips regarding clean-up measures can be found on the Health Division’s webpage at: Oakland County Health Division  

ICE - In Case of Emergency

Oakland County Homeland Security Division supports the "ICE" - In Case of Emergency Campaign.
Put "ICE" on your cell phone.  It could save your life.



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