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LETHBRDIGE:   The province is setting up flood assistance registration offices in eleven southern Alberta communities over the next week. Lethbridge and the Crowsnest Pass are among the locations where residents will be able to apply for financial assistance for flood damage that occurred between June 19 to June 25th.

 

Lethbridge residents can apply next Monday, June 8th and Tuesday, June 9th at the Lethbridge County office, #100, 905-4th Avenue South from 10:00 am to 8:00 pm.

 

The Crowsnest Pass office will be set up in the Blairmore Elks Hall on the June 12th and 13th, also from 10:00 am to 8:00 pm.

 

The disaster recovery program is designed to provide financial assistance for homeowners to repair or rebuild their primary residence and other uninsurable property damage and loss. They are intended to cover the costs of returning essential property to the condition it was in before a disaster happened. Applicants should go to the registration centre closest to where they live.

 

Information you will need to follow, before applying for disaster assistance:

 

-- Follow all instructions of local authorities.
-- Call your insurance company to report the loss.
-- Start your clean-up, take pictures, keep track of the hours you spend cleaning, keep receipts for rentals.
-- Apply in person for funding at the Disaster Recovery Program registration centre in your community or region.

 

When you go to the registration centre, please bring:

 

-- government-issued photo ID
-- list of damaged property with estimated measurements of square -- footage of your home
-- photos of damaged property, time spent on clean up and any receipts. Bring these if available
-- an alternate mailing address if you are not living in your primary residence
-- only if available, a letter from your insurance company confirming losses are uninsurable, a property tax assessment, and photos and lists of damaged property
-- If you are a homeowner, bringing your 2013 property tax assessment will help speed up the process.

 

You can also check out the Provincial web site: http://alberta.ca/DRPLethbridge.cfm

 



Posted on Thursday, July 04, 2013 at 4/23/2014 12:59:11 PM
Source: Dori Modney (@Dori_Modney on Twitter) -- Country 95 News with files from AB Govt.
 
 
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