One month after the March major disaster declaration for Nebraska flooding, more than $48 million in federal funding has been approved for Nebraskans affected by the disaster.
The State of Nebraska, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), other federal agencies, the private sector and nonprofit and faith-based organizations continue to support local recovery efforts.
As of April 21st:
“We know many Nebraskans have suffered tremendous losses to their homes, businesses, farms and ranches,” said Nebraska’s State Coordinating Officer Earl Imler. “We are working urgently to help households and communities recover from this historic disaster. It’s going to be a long process and we will be on the job until it’s complete.”
“The coordination among the State of Nebraska, FEMA and our federal partners has been seamless,” said FEMA’s Federal Coordinating Officer Constance Johnson-Cage. “This allows the recovery operation to move forward as quickly and smoothly as possible.”
Here are some of the recovery actions:
Recovery activities continue throughout the state.
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