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September 30, 2022
The St. Augustine Planning and Building Department is conducting door-to-door assessments to catalogue property damage to homes and businesses as a necessary first step in securing state and federal disaster relief funds in the wake of Hurricane Ian.
This initial assessment and inventory are also necessary for individual property owners to determine their eligibility for FEMA disaster relief funding now and in the future.
Teams of volunteers, directed by city employees, are currently going through each city neighborhood and business district and will be in the field until this critical task is completed.
The assessment is not an inspection of structures, but rather an overview of the extent of damage and to identify the location of visibly damaged structures.
As the city continues with the process, it is important for property owners to take action as soon as possible. Here are five first steps:
For questions about the building assessment process contact Richard “Buddy” Schauland at 904.209.4327 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject “Hurricane Ian Assessment.”
Visit the Hurricane Ian webpage for additional information and recovery resources.
For a printable version of the flyer below, click here.