Deadline extended to June 15 for submitting flood damages for Osborne County residents

Natoma, KS flooding 5/16/2021
Natoma, KS flooding 5/16/2021
Updated: Jun. 8, 2021 at 3:54 PM CDT
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NATOMA, Kan. (KWCH) - The Kansas Division of Emergency Management has extended the deadline for collecting information on flood damages experienced by residents of Osborne County, Kansas, to Tuesday, June 15.

To report damages, residents should call 785-646-2522 or e-mail Residents will be asked to complete an interview and will need to provide their insurance status; the estimated value of the home or personal property that was damaged; and provide photos that documents reported damages.

“We made the decision to extend the deadline to allow more time for the residents impacted to provide their information to the Kansas Division of Emergency Management,” said Jonathan York, branch director for Response and Recovery. “This additional time will help to support the state’s request for an SBA disaster declaration.”

The information and a request for assistance will be submitted to the Small Business Administration to make an eligibility determination for low-interest disaster loans.

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