County of Mendocino added to Major Disaster Declaration for the 2022-2023 Winter Storms

Moss Cove Rest area beside Hwy 101 in Mendocino County.

Moss Cove Rest area beside Hwy 101 in Mendocino County during storms this winter.

Press release from the County of Mendocino:

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) in partnership with the California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services (CalOES), the United States Small Business Administration (SBA), and Mendocino County Disaster Recovery and OES have been tracking, documenting, and verifying storm damages for several weeks with the goal of bringing additional recovery resources to Mendocino County.

As of February 2, 2023, the County of Mendocino has been added to the major disaster declaration for California’s severe storms and flooding. The County has been approved for both Public Assistance and Individual Assistance to support recovery efforts related to damage and/or losses from the storms that began on December 27, 2022.

The County is currently working with State and Federal partners to establish Disaster Recovery Centers. FEMA Disaster Recovery Centers (DRCs) are accessible facilities and mobile offices you can visit to learn more about FEMA and other disaster assistance programs.

Additional information will be released as soon as specific details become available.


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1 month ago

Maybe if they had done it sooner, they could have mitigated the Creekside disaster. I hope they can still help those people. The supervisors should sell their nice homes and donate the money to the people they helped cast onto the streets.