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The original item was published from 9/15/2017 1:16:51 PM to 9/15/2017 1:18:12 PM.
Posted on: September 15, 2017
[ARCHIVED] CITY OF KINGSLAND LAUNCHES MOBILE UNITS TO ASSIST RESIDENTS WITH GEMA DAMAGE ASSESSMENT FORM SUBMISS
The City of Kingsland is launching mobile units to assist local residents effected by Hurricane Irma in submitting their online GEMA Damage Assessment form. The mobile unit will be dispatched to those neighborhoods most heavily impacted by the storm damage. Teams will be going door-to-door to assist residents with completing the form. The mobile unit will be equipped will all the resources necessary for residents to immediately submit the GEMA damage assessment online form.
Completion of the GEMA damage assessment forms is critical in getting federal & state emergency assistance for Camden County & those individuals in our community who have immediate need. Anyone who has storm damage to your home or commercial building, should immediately report the damage to GEMA. This information can be used by GEMA in order to visualize and summarize damage assessments as they are collected by the public. The information submitted through this form will be used to determine if the natural disaster exceeds State or Federal declaration thresholds.
A link to the online GEMA Engaged Citizens Damage Assessment GeoForm can be found on the City of Kingsland’s website at www.KingslandGeorgia.com