PO Box 101 ~ 300 Memorial Drive, South Bend, WA 98586
(360) 875-9340 Office ~ (360) 875-9341 EOC ~ (360) 875-9342 Fax

Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Winter Storm Damage Reporting - Deadline Extended

South Bend, Washington – Residents who experienced damage to their homes or businesses in Pacific County due to the winter storm beginning January 13, 2012 are encouraged to report damage to the Pacific County Emergency Management Agency.  This information assists in an overall damage assessment and is used to justify a request for federal assistance programs to support disaster recovery.  Damage reports may be made by telephone between 10:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m., through 3:00 p.m. February 7, 2012, to one of the following numbers: 

(360) 875-9340            (360) 642-9340                  (360) 484-7340               (360) 267-8340
(360) 875-9338            (360) 642-9338                  (360) 484-7338               (360) 267-8338

When calling, residential reporters must be prepared to provide answers to the following questions: 

1.     Street address and zip code
2.     Fair market value of the primary residence structure (vacation homes and land excluded,  not applicable to renters)
3.     Best guess of structural losses in whole dollars (do not wait for a contractor; outbuildings, landscaping, and fences excluded, renters excluded)
4.     Best estimate of personal property loss in whole dollars
5.     Homeowners/renters insurance deductible
6.     Are you living in your home (yes/no)
7.     If leaving a message, include your telephone number

Business owners must be prepared to answer the following questions:

1.     Street address and zip code
2.     Fair market value of the business
3.     Best guess of structural losses in whole dollars
4.     Estimated business furnishings/inventory loss in whole dollars
5.     Was the business closed – if so how many days
6.     Do you have business continuity insurance
7.     If leaving a message, include your telephone number

This information will be entered into a database for inclusion in a statewide assessment and does not qualify residents for emergency assistance. 

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Updated January 31, 2012

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