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Anthony J. Picente, Jr., Oneida County ExecutiveMessage from the Oneida County Executive:

Dear Fellow Oneida County Resident,

If you’re one of the many residents who were impacted by this year’s flooding, your Oneida County Government wants you to know there is help available.  Many agencies continue to work together to help our neighbors restore their lives. I urge you to take the time to review this information which outlines numerous organizations and the assistance for which you may qualify. With their help and your resiliency, we will hasten our recovery.

Sincerely,

Anthony J. Picente, Jr.
Oneida County Executive~


Mohawk Valley and 2013 Upstate Flood Recovery Program

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo’s flood assistance teams have provided the following additional information regarding questions about the $16 million Mohawk Valley and 2013 Upstate Flood Recovery Program application process.

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Application process:

  • Those that completed a pre-application must still submit a full application.
  • All applicants will be required to have a damage inspection and verification to assess total loss and eligibility of loss under the program guidelines.
  • Once the application is complete, the firm performing assessments will contact the applicant to schedule an appointment.
  • Also required will be documentation of any insurance policy(ies) that may have been in force, and the status of any claims made under those policies.

For additional information on the Flood Recovery Program, please visit: www.nyshcr.org/Programs/NYS-Flood.

Affected homeowners, renters, businesses, and farms can also call the NYS Flood Helpline at 1 (888) 769-7243 for information on how to receive assistance under the Flood Recovery Program. The NYS Flood Helpline is available from 8 a.m. – 8 p.m. Mondays through Fridays, and 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. on weekends.