Assessment teams travel to neighborhoods in Dearborn to gather information on flood damage
DEARBORN, Mich. – Teams of city workers are door-to-door in the east and southeast of Dearborn on Sunday to get an initial estimate of the number of homes that have suffered flood damage.
Teams will ask very brief questions as part of the process and will not go inside the houses.
This preliminary data will be used when the city initially seeks assistance from the Federal Emergency Management Agency, and is not meant to be a comprehensive damage assessment or claims process for individual homeowners.
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This is an important step in securing more resources for the community.
The City continues to help residents affected by the power outages. He offers free dry ice to the Ford Community and Performing Arts Center at 15801 Michigan Avenue in Dearborn. Dry ice will be available until 5 p.m. Sunday at the theater’s loading dock.
You can go up and bring a cooler for safe transport of dry ice.
Residents who may still need an emergency shelter or cooling center can also visit the location.
No one needed the service on Saturdays. If this is the case again, the shelter will close at 5 p.m. Sunday.
Those affected by flooding who are not visited by a preliminary assessment team on Sunday are reminded that they can report their situation by calling 313-943-3030 or by filling out this form on the city website.
Due to severe flooding, municipal parks adjacent to the river and all swimming pools are closed. All activities organized by the city have been canceled, including the performance of the Motor City Brass Band scheduled for Sunday.
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