FEMA disaster teams working in Citrus county

Courtesy photo by FEMA.gov

The Citrus County Sheriff's Office on Wednesday announced that the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), has Disaster Assistance Survivor Teams (DSAT) working in two areas in Citrus County.

PSC chair comments about Hurricane Irma's power lessons

By Julie I. Brown,
Florida PSC Chair
 
Florida PSC Chair Julie I. BrownThe power grid is the foundation for Florida’s economy and how all Floridians live, work, and function on a day-to-day basis. 

Sheriff offers computer access to storm victims

CCSO StarFor those residents who don't have access to computers, but who need FEMA aid, the Sheriff's Office has offered three locations  where residents can go online to apply for aid.

Citrus County Sheriff Mike Prendergast announced on Wednesday that residents can visit three different Sheriff’s Office locations to use a computer to apply for disaster assistance from FEMA.

FEMA’s National Flood Insurance Program enhances flood claims process, extends grace period for policy renewals

FEMA logoWASHINGTON, Sept. 15 2017 —To support the ongoing disaster recovery, the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s (FEMA) National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) is enhancing the flood insurance claims process, and extending the grace period for paying policy renewal premiums for insured survivors affected by Hurricane Irma.

Updates announced for Homosassa road project

Traffic signThe Florida Department of Transportation has announced the latest traffic updates for the Homosassa construction.

Below is a list of current updates.

  • Aquaduct Street is closed at US 19 in Homosassa Springs

W. Aquaduct Street is closed beginning September 19, between US 19 and S. Pittsburgh Avenue, for underground utility installation work. It is expected to reopen the morning of September 22.

TOP VIDEO: Hurricane Irma Effects

Citrus County Emergency Operations Director Dave DeCarlo briefs county commissioners about the effects of Hurricane Irma and the approaching surge of water on the Withlacoochee River (September 19, 2017)

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