FEMA Declared Disaster Area Kentucky

Update: On April 13, FEMA declared additional counties eligible for public assistance.

The following counties were declared eligible for public assistance:

Adair County and Bath County

For an updated  listing of the zip codes located in the affected areas, please click here:
Zip Code List for FEMA Declared Disaster Area Kentucky

Update: On March 22, FEMA declared additional counties eligible for public assistance.

The following counties were declared eligible for public assistance:

Ballard, Johnson, Kenton, Larue, Pendleton, Trimble and Wolfe

For an updated  listing of the zip codes located in the affected areas, please click here:
Zip Code List for FEMA Declared Disaster Area Kentucky

Update: On March 19, FEMA declared seven counties eligible for public assistance.

The following counties were declared eligible for public assistance:

Grant, Laurel, Lawrence, Magoffin, Martin, Menifee and Morgan

For an updated  listing of the zip codes located in the affected areas, please click here:
Zip Code List for FEMA Declared Disaster Area Kentucky

Update: On March 13, FEMA declared  additional counties eligible for individual assistance.

The following counties were declared eligible for individual assistance:

Grayson County, Larue County, Ohio County and Trimble County

For an updated  listing of the zip codes located in the affected areas, please click here:
Zip Code List for FEMA Declared Disaster Area Kentucky

Update: On March 10, FEMA declared nine additional counties eligible for individual assistance.

The following counties were declared eligible for individual assistance:

Bath County, Campbell County, Carroll County, Grant County, Magoffin County, Martin County, Montgomery County, Rowan County and Wolfe County

For an updated  listing of the zip codes located in the affected areas, please click here:
Zip Code List for FEMA Declared Disaster Area Kentucky

As previously released: On March 6, FEMA issued a Presidential Disaster Declaration for areas in Kentucky.

The following counties were declared eligible for individual assistance:

Johnson County, Kenton County, Laurel County, Lawrence County, Menifee County, Morgan County, and Pendleton County.

No counties have been declared eligible for public assistance.

Please click on the following link to read the FEMA release: 
President Declares Major Disaster For Kentucky

For a complete list of your properties located in the declared disaster areas, please click on:     
Safeguard Properties FEMA Declared Disaster List  

Please note, you will need to be logged on to our web site for access via the above link.

For a listing of the zip codes located in the affected areas, please click here: 
Zip Code List for FEMA Declared Disaster List Kentucky

For a direct link to the FEMA web site, please click on http://www.fema.gov/.

To review HUD's Declared Disaster Area Moratorium on Foreclosure, please click on HUD Moratorium on Foreclosure.

For information about VA's recommendations for forbearance, please click on the VA's Policy Regarding Natural Disasters.

For information about Freddie Mac's instructions, please see Freddie Mac Disaster Relief Policies.

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