Flood Recovery Center – July 8 Storm
Arlington County is helping residents and businesses affected by the July flood navigate recovery resources and apply for financial aid.
For those affected by the July 8 flood who need to repair or replace damaged property, Arlington County is providing a facilitator to help with the permitting process.
Permit Arlington staff will be available to answer specific questions related to flood-damaged property and to ensure you get the permits you need to complete your work in a timely fashion. Through Sep. 23, 2019, if you need this assistance, please contact DamageRepair@arlingtonva.us.
The Small Business Administration (SBA) has made low-interest loans available to residents and businesses affected by the flood. Visit the SBA's Disaster Loan Assistance page for more information.
The County is providing services, resources and information to residents and business, including assistance from:
Property damaged by the severe weather and flooding on July 8? You may need a County inspection and/or permit to make repairs to your home or business.
Follow the County's guidelines for properly preparing debris for collection. The County is working to clean up debris from parks and other public facilities that sustained damage.
Residents and businesses can take steps to reduce their risk from future flooding events. The County is also assessing the storm sewer system and is working on system improvements.
Arlington County continues to support residents and businesses recovering from extreme flooding on July 8, 2019.
Here you'll find information about the Disaster Loan Outreach Center, as well as the County's Local Recovery Center.
Use this page to connect to available resources and information, or call Virginia 2-1-1.
Page last updated August 26, 2019.