Presentation on theme: "Current Status Report Determining Severity and Magnitude PDA Process Assistance Possibilities FEMA Public Assistance FEMA Individual Assistance SBA State."— Presentation transcript:
Current Status Report Determining Severity and Magnitude PDA Process Assistance Possibilities FEMA Public Assistance FEMA Individual Assistance SBA State Public Assistance PDA Schedule What disaster assistance program is eligible in Minnesota? Marriott Rewards Program FEMA Public AssistanceSBA State Public Assistance
In order for federal assistance to be considered, Minnesota must show: The situation is of such severity and magnitude that effective response is beyond the capabilities of the state and local governments; and Federal assistance is necessary to supplement the efforts and available resources of the state. State per capita damage indicator: $7,372,455.75 County per capita damage indicator: Population x $3.50
The state measures severity and magnitude by evaluating: Damages caused by the disaster, AND Impacts associated with those damages. Examples of disaster related impact include; Level of insurance coverage, Recent multiple disasters, Concentration of damages, Trauma, Utility disruption, Disruption to transportation, school bus routes, mail routes, significant detours, Availability of supplemental housing, etc.
State Governments Agencies o State parks and recreational facilities Tribal governments o 11 Tribes in MN Local Governments and Special Districts o County, city, town, twp o School Districts Certain Private Non-Profits o Colleges, universities, parochial, and other private schools o Electric Co-ops o Hospitals, rehabilitation facilities, long- term care facilities, custodial care facilities o Museums, zoos, community centers, etc
Damages must be reported in the counties which they occurred.
FEMA Damage Criteria: Affected Minor Major Destroyed
Reported damages must exceed $3000 per applicant!
FEMA HSEM SBA HSEM is required, in some manner, to verify damages being report. Ensure that damages are reported appropriately by FEMA category. In some cases, a site visit may be required, or additional verification obtained.
What you need to provide: 1.Maps showing the location of your damages, 2.Updated calculation sheet reporting repair estimates by category (A-G), 3.Subject matter experts who can explain damages, 4.Subject matter experts who can escort PDA teams to significant damaged areas, 5.Documentation on completed work including site photos, maps, and invoices of damages and repairs.
Suggestion: Create a file for each damaged site which will include, photos, invoices, receipts, timesheets, etc.
The President will determine: 1.If Minnesota is declared a major disaster, and 2.What disaster assistance programs will be available, and 3.What counties and tribal communities will be eligible.
1.Public Assistance Program 2.Hazard Mitigation Grant Program 1.Only available in counties with an approved and adopted hazard mitigation plan. 3.Individual Assistance, if appropriate
Small Business Administration (SBA) Home and personal property loans, Business Physical Disaster Loans, Economic Injury Disaster Loans, Criteria At least 25 homes or businesses, in the county, which have each sustained uninsured losses of 40% or more of the estimated fair replacement value or pre- disaster fair market value, which ever is lower; or At least 3 businesses which have sustained uninsured losses of 40% or more and as a result, 25% or more of the work force in the community would be unemployed for at least 90 days.
Disaster appropriations Agriculture Education Health Public Facilities Authority State Historical Preservation Office Quick Start Housing Loan Program (MHFA) Reinvest in Minnesota (BWSR) Erosion and Sediment Control (BWSR) Minnesota Investment Fund (DEED) Flood Hazard Mitigation Grants (DNR) Debris Removal (DNR)(HSEM) Highways and Bridges (Mn/DOT) Long Term Recovery Assistance (HSEM)
Eligible Applicants Local governments Reached 50% of their federal damage indicator and not eligible for federal assistance under a federal major disaster declaration.
June 26-27 HSEM review and verify Damage and Impact Assessment Reports received. Emergency Management Webinars June 30 FEMA/HSEM Operational Briefing July 1-3 PDAs conducted in counties submitting completed Damage and Impact Assessment Reports. July 4-6 FEMA/HSEM Evaluation of additional Damage and Impact Assessment Reports. July 7 FEMA/HSEM Operational Briefing July 8-11 PDAs conducted in the additional counties who have submitted Damage and Impact Assessment Reports.