Disaster Assessments as of September 13, 2017
Initial disaster assessment teams are deployed throughout the county evaluating and reporting damage. Please be patient as our teams make their way through the affected homes. There are approximately 1,200 homes in the flooded area. We have no definitive numbers related to total damage, as assessments are ongoing.
Clay County is asking residents to call 904-284-7703 or send photo(s) of trees obstructing roadways and property damage with their name and location/address of the location of the damage pictured to Emergency.Management@claycountygov.com. Know that your submission may or may not get an immediate response.
For Residents: Residents who sustained losses in Clay County can apply for assistance by registering online at www.DisasterAssistance.gov.
For Businesses: The Florida Virtual Business Emergency Operations Center business damage assessment surveying tool has been activated for businesses to report damages resulting from Hurricane Irma. Businesses are encouraged to visit http://flvbeoc.org/index.php . Click on Hurricane Irma.
Disaster Assistance Insurance Helpline:1-800-22-STORM
To read|download the PSA, please click here: PSA #15