The Deadline To Register For FEMA Assistance Due To Flood Damage Is Sept 13There are just two weeks left to sign up for FEMA’s flood assistance.
Duggan, SBA Official Update Detroiters On Funding Available From June FloodsIsabella Casillas-Guzman with the US Small Business Administration met with Mayor Duggan at the FEMA disaster center in Detroit in response to the massive June Flooding. They updated residents and businesses on funding available
Federal Agency OKs $29M For Flood-Hit Detroit ResidentsThe Federal Emergency Management Agency has so far approved about $29 million in grants for Detroit residents whose homes and property suffered damage from heavy flooding during a late June storm.
Mayor Duggan, FEMA Show Citizens How To Apply For Flood ReliefMayor Mike Duggan joined FEMA on Wednesday, Aug. 4., to show individuals affected by the storm on June 25 and 26, the step-by-step process of how to apply for flood relief.
FEMA Opens Disaster Recovery Center In Detroit, Other Cities In The Metro AreaFEMA opened a Disaster Recovery Center in Detroit on July 25, with recovery centers in Dearborn, Dearborn Heights, and Garden City already open. They plan to open additional centers in other areas.
Detroit To Start Cleaning, Sanitizing For Most Vulnerable Residents Impacted By The June FloodingCleaning crews will begin assisting Detroit's most vulnerable residents impacted by the flooding that happened on June 26.
FEMA Officials To Visit Michigan To Assess Flood DamageFEMA officials are heading to Wayne County to assess the flood damage that occurred in June.
FEMA To Give Detroit Additional 3 Months To Use Grant Money For Vaccination EffortsThe grant was set to expire Tuesday,  but FEMA says the city can now have until August 2. 
AG Nessel Warns Michiganders To Stay Alert As Scammers Target Grieving SurvivorsMichigan Attorney General Dana Nessel reissued her consumer alert as scammers are targeting COVID-19 survivors offering to register them for funeral assistance.
Thousands Receive Vaccine During Ford Field's Mass Clinic Soft OpeningFord Field mass vaccination for Michigan Residents started Tuesday with a soft opening. FEMA said 2,500 vaccines would be administered with that number increasing daily. Starting later this week and for the next eight weeks 6,000 shots will be given at Ford Field. The site will be open seven days a week.
State Of Michigan Partners With FEMA, Other Agencies For Mass Vaccine Distribution At Ford FieldFord Field will serve as mass COVID-19 vaccination site beginning March 24. The state of Michigan will run the site along with FEMA. They've partnered with Henry Ford Health, City of Detroit, Wayne County, Detroit Lions and Meijer.